Atelier360 unveils new line

There’s a new partnership in town and it involves eco-luxury fashion boutique Atelier360 of Greenwich and online sustainable fashion retailer Modavanti.

On Feb. 24, Atelier360 of Greenwich began offering an exclusive collection of sustainable luxury fashion on Modavanti.com.

Atelier360 says it has a mission of “fashioning a beautiful world” by curating the ethical and sustainable fashion marketplace to offer “fashion with a positive impact.”

Every Atelier360 product must satisfy at least one of its defining criteria. It must be  either handmade by artisans, organic, repurposed or made in the U.S.A. Atelier360 says it seeks out unique luxury clothing and accessories that support the culture of artisanship, commitment to artistic authenticity, quality of manufacturing and materials, and social and environmental consciousness.

Now Atelier360 founders Veronique Lee and Liz Logie have partnered with Modavanti founder David Dietz and his team to curate a collection of luxury items chosen exclusively with the Modavanti customer in mind.

The Atelier360 Collection on the site will include both clothing and accessories. Designers include organic/sustainable clothing designers such as 2013 Ecco Domani award winner Susan Woo, American designers/manufacturers including Nonoo, Amour Vert, Feral Childe, Goldsign and Heyne Bogut, lines with a component of repurposing including Preloved, Avui-Renew Cashmere, Elvis & Kresse, and Ecoalf and creators of artisan based fashion including Aje, Indigenous, Anna Sammarone, D-Due, Eric Raisina and Tarun Tahiliani.

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