Seven for all Mankind & Marques’ Almeida Revealed Sustainable Collection


Seven For All Mankind introduced its second collaboration with Marques’ Almeida, launched by Portuguese designers and Central Saint Martin alums, Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida.

Named ReM’Ade, the collection is made from old stock, excess fabrics, mixed indigo patchwork & unfinished hems. Additionally, ’70s-inspired silhouettes define the collection. Among denim pieces, the collection includes a boxy Trucker jacket, an asymmetrical denim dress, cargo jeans, boot-cut jeans, and denim shorts that are available in sizes XS-XL and priced between $189-$300. The line also includes a T-shirt, hoodie, and T-shirt dress featuring the collaboration’s bold X-shaped logo, which are available in sizes 23-34 and priced between $98-$168

“The whole goal and purpose behind ReM’Ade was to join our creative forces together in the pursuit of a greater good, which is the fight for a more sustainable fashion industry,” said Marques in an exclusive statement. “It’s sometimes so tricky to navigate what you can do as a fashion brand to be more sustainable and using deadstock fabrics was a great way to start.”

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