Invest in Designer Duds Guilt-Free with Nordstrom's New Socially-Conscious Collab
The retailer has partnered with Piece & Co. on an ethically-crafted collection designed by many of their beloved labels.
For fashion addicts, it doesn't take much to encourage a shopping spree. Diane von Furstenberg's iconic wrap dresses, Rebecca Minkoff's downtown-cool handbags, and sophisticated separates from Theory and Joie are all reason enough to splurge. While certain pieces are always worth investing in, Nordstrom's latest collab prevents any symptoms of buyer's remorse: eight of its coveted labels (the aforementioned included) have partnered with Piece & Co. on an exclusive collection of designer duds, all ethically crafted by female artisans abroad.
The non-profit organization works to provide sustainable employment opportunities in developing countries by creating a marketplace—often times through stylish brands looking for factory-produced alternatives. The initiative with Nordstrom alone has created more than 5,000 jobs around the world.
The 32-piece collection also includes Alice + Olivia's A-line silhouettes hand-crafted in Vietnam ($198–$288), The Honest Company's maternity scarves made in India ($60), Tory Burch's sophisticated aesthetic infused with Zambian flair ($295–$495) and Current/Elliott's edgy essentials in custom prints from India ($198–$288).
Shop your favorite designers guilt-free at Nordstrom, and learn more about the inspiring campaign below: