Olistic the Label, the first sustainable French luxury fashion brand, is committed to promoting eco-responsible luxury initiatives. Like Olistic’s minimalist ready-to-wear collections, these products bring together pleasure and sustainability. Discover Olistic the Label’s sustainable shopping selection by following the Olistic woman during her English summer.
Daily Elegance and Sustainability in the English Thrilling Capital City
Before leaving the comfort of her apartment, furnished with designer furniture made from recycled materials and plastics by the eco-responsible French manufacturer Noma, the Olistic woman follows her morning wellness ritual. She offers her skin complete hydration thanks to African Botanics skincare products and oils. The ecoluxury skincare brand matches the benefits of South Africa’s wild flora with innovative active ingredients. Favoring clean and vegan formulas, she opts for a nude makeup complementing her subtle glow offered by Ilia. The anti-pollution highlighter and illuminator stick follow her all day long, delicately stored in her Mashu bag. The British leather goods brand creates contemporary accessories adorned with graphic lines combining wood and vegan leather from recycled materials and plastic bottles.
Always Feminine, the Olistic woman adopts a refined allure bringing together the English spirit of tailoring with cuts and details that reveal her strength of character. Her favorite business look ? A Gabriela Hearst made in Italy trouser-jacket suit which comes in a palette of sober or fanciful colors. The flare pants lengthen her leg while the double-breasted blazer structures her silhouette. For the day she opts for a pair of loafer moccasins, both elegant and comfortable. At Brothers Vellies, she selects shoes and accessories made of vegetable-tanned and recycled leather. The sustainable brand is committed to preserving and promoting traditional African skills. In a playful mood, she succumbs to jewelry adorned with architectural lines and elegant plays of light and cut-outs. JEM‘s Étreintes collection made of Fairmined certified gold answers all her desires in conscience.
Her elegant and sustainable outfit gives her an absolute freedom of movement, she is now ready to ride her visionary Angell electric bicycle, created by Marc Simoncini: a green and practical means of transport that will safely and easily take her from the streets of London to her office.
A London Evening Under the Sign of Femininity and Durability
Connected and sensitive to new eco-responsible initiatives, the Olistic woman chooses to end her day with an event organized by Maiyet, a London collective of sustainable brands and committed designers. Favoring a sustainable wardrobe nurturing positive impact fashion, she decides for this sweet summer evening to wear her Olistic the Label Velum trousers and the Luna top in ahimsa silk satin. She puts on her pair of Brothers Vellies graphic heel sandals that combine sustainable leather with hand-carved wood from Africa. For a touch of sophistication, she chooses luxurious jewelry distinguished by totemic volumes from the ethical jewelry brand Tejen. A Manakaa Project silk scarf, made of GOTS-certified organic Indian silk, underscores her elegance while protecting her from the cool breeze of the night.
For a sensual look with a strong seductive power, she opts for a lipstick chosen with conscience. She fell in love with La Bouche Rouge’s bold garnet color, a French vegan brand with refillable upcycled leather cases. Her essentials are delicately stored in her evening clutch from Ingrid Bruha; the designer sublimates recycled materials such as feathers and fur recycled from vintage clothes to give life to elegant ethical bags and accessories. She then joins her friends gathered in Hackney at the Scout Bar, the specialist in responsible mixology that offers zero waste drinks using local ingredients. From their menu featuring land and water elements, she selects the Open Gallery cocktail combining wild strawberries and citrus leaf distillates.
Returning to her urban nest in the heart of the night, she slips into a sumptuous silk satin set made of organic peace imagined by Ethical Kind.
A Green Weekend Gateway Favoring Relaxation
As the weekend comes, it’s time to disconnect to find ourselves. It is in the English countryside, in Cornwall, that the Olistic woman savors this suspended time. The Scarlet Hotel, an example of eco-architecture perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean, offers a relaxing view complemented by a luxurious Ayurvedic spa.
In this nonchalant atmosphere, she opts for a comfortable and elegant outfit thanks to her Olistic the Label’s Mulberry jumpsuit in white ahimsa silk satin. This casual-chic look will follow her until the evening, carefully accessorized with Nomasei boots produced in Montopoli, Italy. Her elegancy is highlighted by her Caralarga earrings, a brand promoting craftsmanship and circular economy. Hand-woven in Mexico and combined with freshwater pearls, the cotton threads rejected by fashion brands for slight production errors become gorgeous eco-responsible jewelry. For a touch of color and fantasy, she ties in her hair a Hermès silk twilly made in France, whose pattern designed by a Cameroonian artist for the French luxury house evokes glass beads inspired by traditional African knowhow.
Invigorated by the iodized air, she opts for a natural look without makeup and takes advantage of this interlude to offer her skin a deep regeneration. Serum and skincare come from the English brand Haeckels, which composes innovative cosmetics that allow one to taste the benefits of the ocean thanks to eco-friendly vegan formulas based on seaweed.
To face the Atlantic breeze while enjoying a dinner cooked with fresh, seasonal ingredients on the terrace of the hotel’s restaurant, she opts for a comfortable and elegant crochet kimono vest created by Maydi. The sustainable brand native to Buenos Aires offers collections in certified merino wool.
In the evening, in the smell of spearmint and eucalyptus from her scented oil, composed by the skincare and fragrance brand Maison Louis Marie without any toxic ingredients, the Olistic woman lets herself go, fully absorbed by her reading. She enjoys this moment of relaxation nestled in her Norlha blanket made of yak wool, handwoven by the inhabitants of the Tibetan highlands. She fully tastes her precious break in the glow of the flickering flames of her elegant Eldvarm lanterns, a brand designing objects inherited from the hygge Scandinavian philosophy, sublimating natural materials sustainably sourced, such as vegetable-tanned leather. In the comfort of her luxuriously furnished room, she is lulled by the rolling waves of the ocean before abandoning herself to a restful sleep.
As a promise of luxury that is more respectful of our planet, these fashion and lifestyle addresses share Olistic the Label’s vision. Certified organic materials, preservation of artisanal savoir-faire and ethical commitments are common features of the luxurious sustainable French fashion label and these eco-conscious brands. On a daily basis as on special occasions, this luxury and sustainable selection matches pleasure and eco-responsibility.