Going green never looked so good

Top designers continue commitments to a sustainable fashion future

Mulberry Lily Zero Bag.

The fashion industry is working towards a greener world, with more eco-accessories by Mulberry, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace to build a sustainable wardrobe.

Building on Mulberry's commitments set out in its Made to Last manifesto, Lily Zero is the latest chapter in the transformation to a regenerative and circular model encompassing the entire supply chain, underpinning the brand's ambition to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2035.

Made in Mulberry's carbon neutral Somerset factories, the Lily Zero is crafted in carbon neutral leather from a German tannery, which measures, reduces and offsets its carbon emissions.

Lily Zero is available in a selection of classic and seasonal colours, from timeless black to bright Mulberry pink.

Salvatore Ferragamo uses Econyl, a fibre 100% regenerated from fishing nets and other nylon waste, to make the upper of the new sneakers.

Suede inserts are made by giving a second life to manufacturing scraps resulting from a production process with reduced carbon emissions, while the fussbet and back lining are in leather that is tested and verified to have been produced using a chrome-free tanning process.

Salvatore Ferragamo sustainable sneakers.

In addition, the sewing thread is made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester, and the Strobel felt contains recycled pre-consumer polyester fibres.

One version boasts an iconic rainbow palette on the sole and another with all-over Gancini pattern.

Designed for eco-conscious kids, the Versace Upcycle capsule collection include sneakers, boots and an active bumbag.

Each style is unique due to its construction from recycled materials and a blend of unused production material which would otherwise go to waste.

The responsible approach extends to its packaging, with the accessories delivered in reusable dust bags made from recycled materials.

Salvatore Ferragamo sustainable sneakers.

Versace Upcycle Collection for eco-conscious kids.

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