The sustainability superheroes over at Save the Duck just revealed a new collaboration following the brand’s successful link up with British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn. This time around, the animal-free label partners with DYNE and its illustrious founder and streetwear heavyweight Christopher Bevans.
For this genderless FW18 collection, Save the Duck and DYNE focus on jackets, sweats, and t-shirts, combining both brand’s signature aesthetics and penchant for functionality. Save the Duck’s sustainability efforts perfectly compliment DYNE’s progressive approach to apparel as both brands channel their desire for a better world.
Created with innovative high-performance fabrics intended for leisure and urban environments, the collaborative effort saw both brands take every precaution to make sure the design and manufacturing process was sustainable and animal free.
Globally recognized design talent Bevans has a history of high profile affiliation with brands such as Nike and Billionaire Boys Club, as well as celebrities including Kanye West, Prince, Jay Z, John Legend and LeBron James. His streetwear credentials, in fact, date back to his time spent at Sean John and Rocawear. After launching DYNE in 2015, Bevans was recently awarded the International Woolmark Prize and made a finalist for the CFDA Vogue Award, both in 2017; his new project with Save the Duck is the latest in a string of recent accolades.
As with previous collections, the Dyne for Save the Duck by Christopher Bevans capsule will be distributed in the top 100 luxury stores worldwide thanks to a partnership with Tomorrow. For more information, visit Save the Duck and DYNE online.
By Aaron Howes