Allow us to introduce Worn For Good. And their new music edit, featuring these aforementioned icons of Australian music. (And, importantly, their wardrobes.)
Worn For Good is a pre-loved fashion retail hub, conceived to support the move towards a circular economy, and offer a creative solution to waste for the fashion industry, with profits going to charity. It collaborates with brands, designers, retailers and tastemakers who donate pieces from their collections, so that they may be Worn For Good.
The platform's latest initiative - the Worn For Good music collection - brings together Manfredi, Collins, Jack River, Jaguar Jonze, Haiku Hands and Clea and their preloved and vintage pieces.
"Our vision in starting Worn for Good was to provide an ethical and effective solution to help reduce waste in the fashion industry, to promote a circular economy and to raise much needed funds and awareness to support vulnerable communities in need," explains Worn for Good co-founder Sophie Palmer.
“It’s an exciting prospect of being able to utilise Worn for Good as a vehicle to encourage positive conversation and support meaningful change and collaboration across many creative industries - music being one of them. The artists who we’ve partnered with are very much passionate about supporting social and environmental responsibility, and they each have their own unique voice, values and community.”
All profits from sales of the Worn For Good music collection will go to the platforms three partnered charities. Womens' Community Shelters, Greening Australia and Look Good Feel Better.
Find the Worn For Good music edit here.
Images from top left via Worn For Good: Isabella Manfredi; Charlie Collins; Jack River; Clea; Jaguar Jonze and Haiku Hands.