Canada Goose parkas now come in recycled form

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Canada Goose presents its new "Humanature" capsule collection.

Luxury can indeed go hand in hand with sustainability, it seems. While the commitments of some major labels, like the Stella McCartney fashion house, have long been established, other fashion brands are now working on ways to reduce their environmental footprint. One such brand is Canada Goose, which is innovating with a whole collection of coats, down jackets and parkas made from recycled fabrics.

The Canada Goose brand continues to bolster its commitment to sustainability, which really got going one year ago with the now-famous Standard Expedition parka. Now comes a whole collection of coats, down jackets and parkas made from more environmentally friendly materials, including a fully recycled version of the brand's exclusive Feather-Light Ripstop fabric, preserving the technical qualities of these outerwear items.

In detail, the four models in the "Humanature" capsule are made of recycled nylon, with cashmere touchpoints and 100% responsibly sourced down. These choices allow the brand to combine luxury, performance and sustainability, and to obtain certification from the Responsible Down Standard, in turn focusing on animal welfare.

With this new collection, Canada Goose is one of the brands that's strengthening its commitment to responsible fashion each year. The brand has also committed to achieving the much-desired goal of zero carbon emissions by 2025, and to transition 90% of its materials to more sustainable and responsible fibers.

The new collection can be found in select Canada Goose stores around the world, as well as in the brand's e-store.

Christelle Pellissier

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