If you’ve ever wanted shoes made of recycled plastic, unwanted rubber and second-hand textiles, your dreams have come true. Insecta makes awesome shoes, desert boots, sandals and chelsea boots in a wide range of patterns and materials, all whilst paying a fair wage and closing the waste loop.
Sustainability runs through everything Insecta does – deliveries in Sao Paulo are done by bike, they don’t give out printed materials or plastic/paper bags and you can return your used Insecta shoes to be deconstructed and reused.
Their stores promote workshops in composting, urban gardens, upcycling, zero waste.
Their shoes are agender, meaning that they come in all sizes! Oh and, check out their lookbooks, they’re real art pieces.
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eco-friendly materials, gender-neutral, locally-sourced materials, low waste, recycled, slow fashion, surplus materials, vegan
Everlane prides itself on radical transparency. They source all of their materials from the highest rated factories and list all of them on their website. Never trying to scam you, Everlane lists the cost it takes to produce their products as well as their mark up price, so you know they’re on your side.