- Sara Ehlers |
European fashion house HoodLamb just announced it will be expanding to North America. The cruelty-free outerwear and knitwear label aims to provide a more eco-friendly line.
The hemp-based label, which has been established since 1993, is working towards expanding into new markets. With the hemp material, the brand retails water-resistant jackets, as well as other outerwear from sustainable fabrics. The brand balances both stylish design as well as functionality in cold weather situations. In offering products to North America, HoodLamb will include its parkas, backpacks, jackets, and other Amsterdam-rooted designs.
The entire collection is Peta Approved Vegan including annual sales that go towards organizations such as PETA and NGO Sea Shepherd. The brand's contribution is to help further these missions as well as to help inspired the fashion industry by introducing its 100 percent cruelty-free collection. HoodLamb will be available as of Fall/Winter 2017 through the brand's online site as well as specialty stores.