Chloé Nama Sneaker

Chloé's latest sneakers are made with recycled materials | Source: Chloé

Chloé’s Consciously Crafted Sneakers

As the luxury fashion industry moves towards more sustainable manufacturing, Chloé has released its “lower impact” Nama sneakers.

Made with 40 per cent recycled materials and 80 per cent less water than its predecessor, the Sonnie sneaker, the latest trainers from Chloé are both stylish and sustainable.

Crafted partially from recycled debris, the Nama sneakers are 39 per cent lighter than the previous model and feature webbings made entirely from recycled nylon.

Defined by a sporty aesthetic, the star of these sneakers is definitely the hand-stitched mesh, which is made with 90 per cent recycled polyester yarns and illustrates Chloé’s craftsmanship.

While the consciously made platform sneakers are certainly a step in the right direction, Chloé has a broader plan to become more environmentally friendly.

Under the guidance of Chloé’s parent company, Richemont, the luxury fashion brand will aim to achieve a 15 per cent reduction of global GHG emissions by-product next year, based on its 2019 emissions. Similarly, it will strive to cut its overall water consumption by 10 per cent to its 2019 figures.

According to its environmental report, Chloé will be launching a pilot project on regenerative agriculture in 2022 as well as using more lower-impact materials across its ready-to-wear lines.

Released last week, the Nama trainers are available for purchase on Chloé and Net-A-Porter.

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