SDN – sustainable chic

By Kate | Women
Posted Feb 1, 2011

The SDN brand not only addresses style in an innovative way, but also takes care to address world situations by using textiles that are good for the earth, people, and even politics. SDN supports “progressive political causes” and does not utilize sweatshop labor in the creation of their clothing. From the beginning, it was all about the worn, beautiful quality of vintage fabrics. Working at a vintage clothing store in San Francisco in the early 90s, Marcus Hicks developed a penchant for the attractiveness and versatility of these antiquated materials that would later become the foundation for his own clothing line, SDN. In keeping his fabric supply rich and unique, Hicks obtains entirely organic, sustainable, and recycled textiles, and works his designs around the fabrics. Like this Hemp Wool Biker Jacket, made from hemp wool and lined in organic cotton, details include silver metal snaps and a 2-way zipper. $150 USD. Ships everywhere.

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