Seven For All Mankind has collaborated on a sustainable collection with the British fashion label Marques’Almeida, run by Portuguese designers Marta Marques and Paula Almeida from Central Saint Martins in London.


The collection from Seven For All Mankind and the fashion house Marques’Almeida is making the public’s hearts flutter in recent days because of its uniqueness and especially its environmental protection. The collection is titled ReM’ade, and the items are produced entirely by old stock and excess fabrics. In recent years, the Seven For All Mankind fashion brand has always paid attention to the sustainability of the materials of clothing items. The brand takes sustainability as the top goal for its collections and items in its store chain so that customers realize the specialness of its products. The fashion brand is also committed to ensuring that most of its products are sustainable by 2023. Marques’Almeida said that the collaboration with Seven For All Mankind is a perfect and potential combination when it gives them extremely new opportunities when designing sustainability items.

The most remarkable thing is that these two brands had previously collaborated in 2018 when launching products such as knitted shirts and sweaters. Therefore, this second comeback makes the two brands better understand how to work as well as the nature of their respective brands. And the release of the sustainability collection is more anticipated than ever. With the ReM’ade collection, the items this time are designed to focus on denim materials with patchwork patterns. Denim is Marques Almeida’s strong forte because it is the primary creative use of their brand. And the two brands want to take patchwork motifs to enhance sustainability as well as create accents for the items.


“As the world begins to define a new normal, it is now more important than ever to focus on critical initiatives that will positively impact and help sustain the world,” Suzanne Silverstein, president of Seven For All Mankind (according to WWD). Both brands find a common voice: creativity, novelty, and a positive influence on the community. Besides, they not only want to emphasize creativity, but they also want their collection to be environmentally friendly. This is an environmental protection message that the two brands want to send to buyers as well as spread sustainability in fashion to the fashion world in general.


The collection features patchwork and ’70s-inspired textures to create a meaningful name ReM’ade. The main product lines include Trucker jackets, denim skirts, cropped jeans, shorts. Besides, the collection also includes other product lines such as hoodies, skirts, and T-shirts with bold X motifs representing the collaboration. Products are priced from $98 to $300.

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