In an effort to promote sustainable clothing, HUGO BOSS has introduced a new line of suits that are made of Italian linen rather than traditional wool. The brand also claims that the manufacturing process of the suit doesn’t involve any animal-based materials.
The suits themselves feature a more relaxed silhouette with soft rounded shoulder pads, notched lapels and relaxed-to-slim fit trousers. The suits are available in grey and white colour options that are a staple in menswear wardrobes.
This comes after the brand dropped a line of casual sneakers made out of Pinatex; a sustainable alternative to leather that is processed from pineapples.
Both of these product ranges make them vegan-friendly and the suits are recognised by the global animal welfare group PETA as vegan-approved with the ‘PETA-approved’ logo on them.
HUGO BOSS stated that the brand is known for their premium product offerings and are inspired by the rise of vegan products in fashion. The suits are available on their ecommerce websites as well as select stores worldwide.