When it comes to fashion, we are all inspired by what we see; whether it be a well-dressed celebrity, a blow-your-mind catwalk presentation or even a super stylish every-day passerby.
As fashion editors, we’re moved by all of the above, and then some. We’re exposed to under-the-radar labels; we get a first-hand look at collections months before they hit stores; we’re tapped into brands with chic-yet-cheap offerings and Túi xách nữ tphcm we shop – a lot.
To share our knowledge, FEMAIL brings you Style Swoon, a weekly series of the latest, greatest and on the verge.
We hope this Friday series will serve as a buying guide and point of inspiration for the clotheshorses and fashion fanatics alike. This week’s edition focuses on industry do-gooders.
Denim for change
Do Good: On Wednesday of this week, J.Crew announced the launc.
The Blue Jeans Go Green program collects worn denim and upcycles it into UltraTouchDenim Insulation, providing a portion to communities in need across the country.
They not only help out fellow Americans, they keep textile waste out of landfills.
Now through the end of 2018, you can bring in a pair of gently-worn jeans to any J.Crew store to get $20 off a new style, and all the old denim will be turned into housing insulation.
Look good: Now through the end of 2018, you can bring in a pair of gently-worn jeans to any J.Crew store to get $20 off a new style, and all the old denim will be turned into housing insulation
Feel good: The Blue Jeans Go Green program helps communities across the country and keeps textile waste out of landfills
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