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Iris & Ink is on a new journey to becoming sustainable

The Outnet introduces its private label’s journey to becoming a responsible brand of the future...
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We’re one week away from the official beginning of the Fall season, yet we can’t help but browse for new sartorial staples to see us throughout. The Outnet’s private label, Iris & Ink, just relaunched with a new Fall collection that offers the ultimate separates for the season, all whilst being sustainable.

Becoming a responsible brand of the future, Iris & Ink’s new collection is 66% crafted using considered materials, and marks a key step in its journey toward more sustainable and circular products by 2025 – part of the guidelines set by YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP’s Infinity strategy – by using only regenerative, low impact, renewable, or recycled fibres such as organic cotton, merino wool, and organic silks.

Through a new ‘Considered’ commitment beginning with the Fall/Winter 2021 collection, the range features a plethora of seasonal essentials including a chunky ribbed cashmere turtleneck, crew-neck sweater, midi style dresses, pleated dresses, statement shirts in crisp organic cotton and several wardrobe favourites.

The neutral-dominated collection comes with contemporary and timeless options including T-shirts, vests and blouses, whilst on the accessories front, there are loafers, mules, and stacked heel books, perfect for dressing up or down any outfit.

The new Iris & Ink collection is now available on