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Save The Duck Pushing Boundaries One Collaboration at a Time

Leading by example, Save The Duck partners with Luisa Via Roma and puts sustainability at the core of their common purpose. LVRSustainable, luxury Italian retailer Luisa Via Roma’s new category offers a curated selection of the best sustainable brands - promotes special collaborations with renowned non-profit organisations and brands - to benefit social and environmental causes. Aiming to build a global sustainable community and promote creativity by supporting conscious fashion and design, LVRSustainable is hosting Save The Duck’s Autumn/Winter 2020-21 release — a collection that meets the needs of a new conscious generation of customers who prioritise sustainability, authenticity and transparency above all.

With this meaningful partnership, Save The Duck ultimately aims to challenge the fashion industry from within by highlighting a range of sustainable designs and capsules that have a positive impact on the environment. Determined to visualise the legacy of outerwear with new eyes, Save the Duck’s Autumn/Winter 2020/21 collection for men and women puts an edgy but minimal twist on archetypal outdoor jackets, and brings them to the next level in terms of sustainable craftsmanship.

The brand’s main collection of outerwear pieces, as well as their special ‘Pro-Tech’ capsules, is crafted from luxurious animal-free materials, sustainably sourced wind-proof and water-resistant fibres, and use recycled quilting exclusively. In this sense, the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2020-21 collection engineers a sustainable philosophy into hybrid outdoor styles that embody the notions of youth culture and craftsmanship directly drawn from the high-tech and hiking universes. Both LuisaViaRoma and Save The Duck are committed to highlighting these sustainable outdoor styles with a meaningful narrative — one that feels very relevant today more than ever. The collection is released today and all styles can be found via LVRSustainable and on the Save The Duck website. 


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