Don’t tell the koalas, but Reformation’s Formosa dress is actually made from eucalyptus trees. Let us explain. You see the stretchy ribbed fabric that’s cut to form the sleeveless figure-caressing silhouette? It’s made from lyocell that’s sourced from the trees in a closed-loop production system, meaning a much higher yield of fibres and less impact on the planet. As for styling, show off the wrap-over front and revealing slit with a pair of barely-there heels.
Long before it became fashionable, Reformation made sustainability cool, with limited collections of dresses, ethically-made in LA with ‘deadstock’ material. They’re still leading change, promising to be climate positive by 2025.