Described as a luxury fashion boutique with an ethical edit, Maison De Mode is a New York based online space that groups together the best of high end sustainable fashion, for the socially conscious consumer.
Designer Hassan Pierre and editor Amanda Hearst wanted to curate and sell stylish, contemporary clothes and accessories that look good and feel good – which means a carefully picked selection oforganic, recycled, made in the US, charitable, artisanal, fair trade or vegan.
Starting with a series of boutiques at major events, the pair have now moved their business online following customer’s requests. Maison-de-mode.com went live just this month, but is already showing huge promise as a Net-A-Porter for sustainable style. With a selection of ethical high fashion labels such as Edun and Maiyet and one of our personal favourite british wool labels Wool & The Gang, ethically designed luxury fashion is finally getting the spotlight it deserves. As Pierre states;
“Ethical fashion has grown from just a superficial marketing tool to a great reality today.”
And there’s certainly no greenwashing here – just a love for clothes that make a statement more than just looking pretty.