By  on November 29, 2018

“Consumerism is not evil, it’s just uninformed,” says Arielle Crawford, the founder of namesake label Arielle, which is designed, developed and produced entirely in New York City. Committed to the use of sustainable textiles, domestic manufacturing, consumer education and zero-waste packaging, Crawford’s “essentialist” approach to designing her women’s wear line of luxurious closet basics “rewrites the modern narrative of cheap, fast and disposable,” she says. “By refining our relationship to our daily essentials, we access our actual values,” Crawford told WWD. Crawford’s collections are plastic-free, and the designer sourced biodegradable, organic and natural fibers for her sumptuous fall collection that includes smart minimalist pieces and an enviable winter white trenchcoat made of organic hemp and wild silk.

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