Save The Duck is an Italian sustainable brand with a strong commitment to create a product respectful of animals, environment and people. “As a B Corp and Benefit Society, we have always believed in the importance of respecting and protecting the ecosystem, setting out to stir the consciences of consumers and companies on environmental issues.” says Nicolas Bargi, CEO of Save The Duck.
For the Fall/Winter 2021-22, the brand builds on its ethos of nature appreciation and innovation with 100% animal-free and 100% cruelty-free garments. The concept behind SAVE THE DUCK FW21/22 Collection is appreciating our natural roots. The inspiration comes from nature’s four elements – water, air, earth, and fire. To bring out the essence of nature, the collection use a range colors reflective of the environment.
Fire not only symbolizes heat and thermal efficiency but also the outerwear line in SAVE THE DUCK FW21/22 Collection. The brand introduces that this product can provide protection even in extreme temperatures. The combination between further textile and hot color including vivid red, orange, and magenta tones perfectly visualize this element. In contrast, cool colors such as blue, lilac, and green symbolize water. This element relates to the signature water-resistant Gore-Tex garments. Air – the emblem of breath and cleansing power, is represented in this creative collection through light and breathable knitwear. Last but not least, the Earth, is the symbol of Save The Duck’s caring about ecology and biodiversity as well as its dedication to protecting the planet.
The most appreciable aspect of SAVE THE DUCK FW21/22 Collection should be the Recycled Line. All garments in this line are made from a recycled textile called “Recy”. Notably, the brand committed that these garments will still be comfortable, durable, protective and actively regarding the effects of production.
In a hyper-consuming world, SAVE THE DUCK FW21/22 Collection is truly a meaningful message to remind the community about individual responsibility for the environment.