The Jessica Shacket

Our designers and buyers are working hard to increase sustainable materials in our collections, addressing each element. We know this will take time and that we’ll face many hurdles in our journey - like the lack of material innovation and because we stand with our existing supply chain partners who are also on their own journey – but this determination remains at the forefront of our design process.

We wanted to shine the spotlight on one of our styles, the shacket (looks like a shirt but layers like a jacket) and give you a breakdown of its sustainable elements:

Woven from recycled polyester and responsibly sourced viscose

Providing the perfect weight and texture for a shacket, the main fabric is crafted from regenerated and renewable fibres. These fibres help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using existing materials that would have otherwise ended up in landfill. They also safeguard the world’s forests from deforestation by using viscose derived from certified renewable wood sources.

Providing the perfect weight and texture for a shacket, the main fabric is crafted from regenerated and renewable fibres. These fibres help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using existing materials that would have otherwise ended up in landfill. They also safeguard the world’s forests from deforestation by using viscose derived from certified renewable wood sources.

100% natural buttons

100% natural buttons

This shacket has 100% natural Corozo buttons. Derived from the seed of a tropical palm tree in Ecuador and made in the UK, they are a similar consistency to hard resin. They also have a unique pattern that means no two buttons are the same.

Recycled polyester lining

For the resilient yet light lining, virgin polyester has been substituted with fabric made from recycled materials, derived from post-consumer waste such as plastic bottles.

For the resilient yet light lining, virgin polyester has been substituted with fabric made from recycled materials, derived from post-consumer waste such as plastic bottles.