If there is one thing we love, it’s a brand that’s all about sustainability, and here with their new eco-friendly AW20 collection is SIRPLUS. Founded by Henry Hales, the brand was born from leftover fabric from Jermyn Street’s famous shirtmakers, leading Hales to discover his own knack of turning former pieces into something new. Nearly a decade later, the brand has grown into a wide range of up-cycled underwear, functional wardrobe stapes and outerwear that is sure to keep you cosy all winter long.
With the new season debuting updates of their staple collarless silhouette shirt with new materials and designs, their AW20 collections showcase their versatility as a brand and their drive to push sustainability in fashion. Standout piece in the collection, is their winter-must all-new padded jacket which is made with 22 recycled bottles and offers an extra outer layer for added warmth for those cold breezy days.
But if outerwear is not really your thing and you’re planning on staying in this winter like the rest of us, SIRPLUS offer a luxury loungewear range that’ll have you cosying up on the sofa. Made with Italian surplus wool, the collection boasts soft-to-the-touch robes, cashmere socks and adorable PJs – the perfect go-to for gifts this pending Christmas season.
To find out more information on the brand visit Sirplus.co.uk