Up until now finding a dress without a silk lining was next to impossible. No more. Made of satin from recycled plastic bottles, Vaute’s gowns are sewn in the garment district in New York City and they are vegan, sustainable, and sewn locally and ethically. The collection is named for 5 women that inspire Vaute founder Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart with their words and insights, from Anais Nin to Pema Chodron.
Leanne has also recently launched her line of vegan Vaute sweaters. Eco, vegan, made in NYC the fisherman unisex sweater is that perfect oversized piece over leggings or shirt dress. Plus there’s also a turtleneck sweater dress version you’ll wear all winter. Designed, developed and made in NYC’s garment district, using recycled cotton leftover from industrial production, these sweaters are the ultimate in ethical luxe: vegan, eco, made locally.
Vaute was prior known as the first vegan coat brand – with a huge selection of lovely vegan coats. Luckily Leanne has moved beyond outerwear with these delicious new pieces!
If you’re in NYC, Foster Dogs are coming to Vaute’s PopUp Shop December 23rd, and the foster pups can’t wait to meet you.
Visit Vaute (250 Mott Street) in SoHo between 3-6 PM to meet several dogs for adoption!
PLUS: There’s currently an in-store SALE: 25% OFF full-priced items, and 15% OFF already reduced sale items. If you’re not in NYC use the code DecemberLove for free shipping on the website.
Shop here: http://vautecouture.com
(Vaute NYC’s pop up shop is open through December 30th.)