Reformation has figured out a way to set trends and be kinder to the planet at the same time. It's all down to the way the LA brand sources leftover fabric and remixes it into new styles, so not only does it create trend-ticking silhouettes, but it also prevents unnecessary landfill waste. The Holland trench coat is a shining example; it's constructed from a deadstock cotton blend with a classic double-breasted front.
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.