As a long time champion for environmental issues and sustainable fashion, Ton Goodman – legendary stylist, ex Mode fashion director, at this time Mode Sustainability editors – always my north star about what to buy, where to buy it, when to buy it, and how to use it. It doesn’t hurt that she is one of the most beautiful women I have ever met and I idolize her personal style as I do her work for both Mode and our planet. With Point of View Tonne book came out last year, we think a fun way to talk about the future of fashion is to look back at some of Tonne’s greatest photoshoots Mode and breathe new life into appearance by spending it out sustainable brand. This is a celebration of eternity – good style forever like the basics of a good wardrobe – and we already know that Tonne’s edits will stand the test of time.
“I met Peter again [Lindbergh] for this shoot, with whom I spend a lot of time on Harper’s Bazaar, before coming to Mode. I think of him as a surrogate husband because we spend so much time together traveling and shooting, “Tonne said as we began our weekly call, remembering the photoshoot he and Peter refer to as” Manifest Destiny: Praising Arizona “for Vogue February 2011 edition. “It’s in the Mojave desert. We went to a simple house that has a beautiful angle, which gives a beautiful shadow to the picture. [Model] Arizona [Muse] new at the scene and he brought his son. I remember when Cole [Tonne’s son] born and I have one of Baby Bjorn’s slings, I’m like a kangaroo mother with a kangaroo baby, always tied up. “Like clockwork, I can hear Cole, Tonne’s son in the distance from our Zoom screen. They were quarantined together in New York and the time has just shown at 7 so both of them need a minute to clap together for the healthcare worker. Tonne returned and after seeing the photo again, he commented, “There is nothing as simple and honest as a mother and child, and that is what this photo gives you. This is a very authentic moment.” I was immediately struck by how perfect that sentiment in this matter Mother’s Day weekend. How perfect to celebrate several mothers in one photo this week: Tonne as the mother who helped bring this image to life, Muse as the mother shown, and – through the lens of this sustainable mode – Mother Earth.
The charismatic elements attached to this photo are reinforced by timeless fashion works created by Tonne together to create this look. As Tonne said, “This is really a very classic look, basically a sweater and skirt. Just add flowers and you have attractive clothes for spring, “Emily Holt wrote in the original Mode section in 2011, “As minimalist Revived in fashion, American sportswear – strong, pure, and clean – regained its position of power. “We have talked in this column about how this celebration is American sportswear is The extraordinary structuring power of Tonne and this image only serves to strengthen this point. Perfect cardigan, a flowers are just beautiful skirt. These are the pieces that make spring wardrobe then, now, and forever. Plus, Arizona himself is an environmental champion – he serves on the advisory board for Sustainable Angle, is the face of sustainable products and collaborates on more earth-friendly items with brands, and is now organizing a charity dedicated to helping climate change by capturing carbon through biodiversity farming. We hope this ongoing update on the 2011 display makes him proud.
This ballet-inspired cardigan, from the Reformation, is a classic outfit that is fit to be bought now and worn forever. Reform began with thinking about the planet, using inanimate materials and being revived from the start. This cardigan is specifically approved by bluesign®, which means that the Swiss organization bluesign® has certified that the production and materials used have been audited – from the factory to the final product – to ensure the highest levels of sustainability are adhered to. This bright-spirited flower skirt is made by the sustainable fashion brand AMUR, which is a line that leans toward certified organic products, natural fibers such as linen and flax, and reclamation materials from reuse cotton for respun waste products to textile fibers.
This AGMES bracelet is inspired by Man Ray but we can’t help but be even more fascinated by the inclusion of this little hand Mother’s Day. Handmade in New York utilizes almost everything recycled material, AGMES is one of the favorite jewelry designers that we pay attention to right now. And, speaking of being blown away, this is sweet vintage the charm of Lulu Frost can be the perfect new addition to revive the jewelry you already have. Plus, it would be a great gift for Mom on Sunday.
Children’s clothing that is sustainable feels very appropriate. Providing the next generation of clothing that will serve them and their world going forward is the most important. MORI is a fully organic European children’s product that has a special soft cloth that helps encourage sleep, as this room is suitable for spring. They are also a brand that talks about the life cycle of their clothing sustainable source for a safe and fair factory with fewer packages to minimize the carbon footprint. Hanna Andersson is also a leader in organic and super durable lefty clothing. The Swedish brand has been a leader in sustainable children’s space for 30 years. These booties are very good gifts for new mothers or prospective mothers. Both MORI and Hanna Andersson took the extra step in the design process to make high quality, gender neutral clothing to encourage the use of hands and recycling. The future is highly thought out by these brands.
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