This season should be wetter than last year and so in preparation I’ve found some really excellent designs and eco-friendly to boot.
Loving the deep blue of Terra’s PVC-free raincoat made from biodegradable thermoplastic polyurethane, which breaks down in a landfill after 15 years of nonuse.
Want more coverage? The Cleverhood’s high performance rain cape is just the thing. Manufactured in the Northeast from waterproof yet breathable seam-sealed microfiber.
Made from recycled polyester, Karma’s anarok is so stylish with the ruched pillar collar and ruffles on each cuff.
Loving the multi-pocket and polka dot design in Christopher Raeburn’s polyethylene mid-length jacket.
Domestically constructed by American Apparel this parka is lined with flannel and treated with a special wax that makes it warmer and more resistant against the elements.
Norwegian Rain’s beautiful coat is made from 100 percent recycled fibers with a water-resistant outer and inner shell.
Stutterheim’s expensive but gorgeous coat is handmade in one of Sweden’s few remaining textile factories. A modern and finely crafted version of the traditional raincoat worn by generations of Swedish fishermen.
Raincatch is a garment which acts as a coat and as a water gathering, purification, storage system that allows the wearer to take a drink whenever they’re thirsty. Amazing no?