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Green is the New Black

Why Sacrifice Style for Sustainability When You No Longer Have To?

Photography: Trevett McCandliss; styling: Mariah Walker/Art Department; fashion editor: Kathleen O’Reilly; models: Fekes/Supreme Management, Hannah Krum/
Q Model Management; hair and makeup: Clelia Bergonzoli /Ray Brown Represents; photo assistant: Eileen Viglietta.

Aerosoles moto boots featuring leather uppers by Be Green Tannery.

Cactus leather riding boots by O2 Monde.

Twisted X cowboy boots featuing recycled foam footbeds and ecoTWEED recycled plastic linings.

Wildling waterproof hi-tops made from 100 percent virgin wool, 75 percent recycled plastic membranes, and synthetic rubber outsoles containing 15 percent recycled cork.

Responsibly sourced, full-grain leather waterproof riding boots by Ariat.

Opposite page: Green ReActives ankle boots with 100 percent recycled polyester and plastic bottles uppers, EVA midsoles injected with sugarcane, and non-marking rubber outsoles.


Opposite page: snow boots made with biodegradable insulation and RCS certified recycled textiles uppers by Ecco.

Asportuguesas boots feature natural wool knit and recycled nylon uppers with cork/latex outsoles.

Astral hemp and recycled polyester hikers. Chukkas featuring LWG certified leather and water-based glue by Manitobah.

The April/May 2024 Issue

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