Contrary to popular belief, dressing in a sustainable way doesn’t have to mean donning a hessian sack. It’s 2020, and designers across the board are upping their eco credentials. No longer an afterthought, for many future-facing labels, sustainability is at the heart of what they do. Take Melbourne-based brand Aaizel, which produces all its pieces locally, using sustainably sourced fabric and keeping waste to an absolute minimum. The brand’s louche blazer is proof that style and substance can coincide. Layered over an elevated tank top by Goldsign, paired with sustainable denim and finished with a pair of retro-style sneakers, it makes for the perfect hi/lo look. After dark, look to Bite Studios – pioneers in the art of sustainable design and an alumnus of NET-A-PORTER’s Vanguard program. When worn with Casasola’s tapered pants, and sultry sandals courtesy of sustainable trailblazer Stella McCartney, the brand’s silk robe coat makes for an elegant evening option. These needle-pushing designers are bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘feel-good fashion’.