Sustainability

By HOLLY JACKSON

Soaak Eco-wash bags and sustainable packaging as featured on Lingerie Briefs

 

Everyone hates hand washing lingerie, but I’ve always felt like it’s little better when I get to use Soak. I’ve been a personal fan of this no rinse-free lingerie wash for years: Perfect for busy or lazy people who hate chores (I identify as both). What I didn’t know until I attended Curve NYC in February was how much Soak cares about sustainability and the environment.

Packaging is a huge issue when it comes to lingerie and it’s associated products.… ...Read more


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Chantelle Motif Sustainable Lingerie Collection as featured on Lingerie Briefs

Manufactured with up to 70% recycled fabrics, Chantelle’s new sustainable collection, Motif, is made from fibers produced by purposing unused materials, which limits environmental impact and preserves quality. Materials such as tulle, lace, mesh and elastic are made of recycled polyester yarn that are composed of leftovers from production. This collection is certified by Oeko-Tex® to ensure the best level of quality and safety to our customers. The lace used in this collection comes from a Bluesign® certified lace supplier. Additionally, suppliers are GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certified.… ...Read more


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By ASI EFROS

Rebil group leads on developing replacing plastic with OLEAGO as featured on Lingerie Briefss

The treasure hunt is one of my favorite activities. But instead of deciphering ancient scripts in search of the submerged brigantines I roam the halls of the trade shows around the world looking for hidden gems. The Premiere Vision Expo in New York in January of 2020 presented some of the most exciting discoveries.

REBIL Group debuted a collection of packaging items they created using a groundbreaking material OLEAGO; derived from olive pits, it’s an eco-responsible alternative to plastic....Read more


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Say Yes to This ~ NOO

By ALISON CONNOLLY

NOO, a sustainable brand featured on Lingerie Briefs

NOO is a French brand that specializes in lingerie, swimwear, activewear and ready-to-wear, but for purposes of this Gallery, we’re focusing on the intimate(s) side of their business.

In keeping with the theme of sustainability (a new blog category we recently launched at Lingerie Briefs), sharing the story of NOO is something we had to say YES to!  Co-founded by two young women, Anaïs and Elissa, NOO is a company that has a very clear commitment to sustainable fashion. … ...Read more


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By ELLEN LEWIS

photo by Ellen Lewis for Lingerie BriefsToday, Lingerie Briefs is launching a Sustainability column featuring brands and retailers who get the message and are focusing on finding solutions. Our intent is to recognize efforts being made within the Intimate Apparel industry to confront this cataclysm that threatens our planet. In this pursuit, it is clear education is the key. On a personal level, although I was raised with respect for my environment, I was completely ignorant of the impact of me or my ancestor’s behavior on our futurephoto of whale watching by Ellen Lewis for Lingerie BriefsI have been curating information from a plethora of sources, mostly dedicated to the entire Apparel industry.… ...Read more


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By HOLLY JACKSON

K+1% Period panties as featured on Lingerie Briefs

Period panties are one of those things that don’t come up much when discussing fashionable lingerie – for good reasons! While I love that they exist and am a big believer in the tech behind them, the best you can say about most of them in terms of visual design is that they look like a regular pair of black cotton panties. K + 1% was part of the recent Curve NYC show and has forever changed my mind about what period panties can look and feel like.… ...Read more


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By ELLEN LEWIS

Skin sustainable lingerie as featured on Lingerie BriefsSkin

Much of what we saw at Curve Expo in New York replicates trends shown in Paris. But the dichotomy of emphasis between the USA and Paris shows indicate clear differences in the cultural priorities that guide these markets. However, one emphasis that proved universal is sustainability. Without exception this topic dominated both venues and brands that are taking the cause to heart found traction from buyers. Sustainability has a multi-faceted profile. (More about this topic next week).… ...Read more


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