Australian womenswear brand Ena Pelly have released their Autumn Winter 2020 Collection introducing recycled faux fur into the range putting the brand at the forefront of sustainable fashion innovation.

Using world-leading technology plastic bottles are collected, chipped, melted and spun into soft yarn and turned into the brands best-selling faux fur jackets. Each jacket is made from approximately 60 x 600ml recycled plastic bottles.

The brand’s founders, husband-and-wife duo Dani Pelly and Tim Wilkins are committed to creating environmentally conscious fashion using cutting-edge techniques and mindful manufacturing processes.

Ena Pelly Co-founder and Creative Director, Dani Pelly said, “At Ena Pelly we are extremely committed to doing what we can to protect what matters and know how important it is to reduce waste. We are focused on creating more sustainable and environmentally conscious pieces.”

“Tim and I are extremely proud of the significant changes we have made in the production of our AW20 collection and working with our suppliers to create this sustainable range using cutting-edge technology has been incredibly rewarding. Our loyal customers have always loved our faux fur jackets and we have no doubt they will love our sustainable collection this winter, “Ms Pelly said.

There are 24 styles in the recycled faux-fur collection with prices ranging from $299 to $369.

Source: Ena Pelly