Never has it been more important to focus on making your wardrobe as conscious as possible. Obviously, the first and biggest step of this is simply buying fewer clothes and making sure the ones that you do buy last for a long time.

Past that, there’s a range of things to look out for in the pieces you do buy. One quick way to know you’re on the right track is by checking out Luisaviaroma’s LVRSUSTAINABLE range.

LVRSUSTAINABLE is the part of the Italian retailer dedicated to the best conscious brands and items. Organic, vegan, ethical trade, eco-friendly, women’s empowerment, community engagement, and recycling & upcycling are all contributors to whether a product or brand makes it into the category.

Below, we’ve rounded up 10 products from the LVRSUSTAINABLE category which have secured a spot in our spring/summer wardrobe. Ranging from Casablanca to Marine Serre, our roundup is proof that all the brands you need can slot into an eco-friendly wardrobe.

Keep scrolling to shop the best of LVRSUSTAINABLE.

Casablanca Tennis Club T-Shirt

Tennis Club T-Shirt

Tennis Club T-Shirt

$183

Casablanca

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If we were asked to pick one brand to dress us for the whole of spring/summer, Casablanca would definitely be in contention for top spot.

EASTPAK x Telfar Shopper Bag

Telfar Shopper Bag

Telfar Shopper Bag

$164

EASTPAK

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Telfar really changed the game when it comes to bags. Offering luxury handbags for a fraction of the regular price, the brand built the kind of hype that most labels can only dream of. This collaboration sees the new-age icon connect with EASTPAK, a bastion of the old guard.

CAMPERLAB Traktori Boots

Traktori Boots

Traktori Boots

$367

CAMPERLAB

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CAMPERLAB, under the direction of Achilles Ion Gabriel, has become one of the most exciting footwear brands of the moment. The Traktori Boots epitomize the industrial aesthetic.

Alighieri St. Christopher Chain

St. Christopher Long Chain

St. Christopher Long Chain

$270

Alighieri

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Alighieri has one of the most distinctive styles in contemporary jewelry. Inspired by Dante, each piece looks as though it might have just been discovered in an ancient dig site. This long chain features a traditional St. Christopher design to the pendant.

On The Roger Center Court Sneakers

The Roger Center Court Sneakers

The Roger Center Court Sneakers

$262

On

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Roger Federer may well be the GOAT and his work with On is up there with our favorite tennis apparel, too. Whether you're on-court or not, the Center Court Sneakers should be a go-to.

ami Logo Sweater

Logo Sweater

Logo Sweater

$520

ami

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Ami's signature Ami de Coeur logo graces the chest of this beautiful mint-hued sweater. And yes, we do still wear knitwear in the summer.

Nanushka Crochet Bowling Shirt

Crochet Bowling Shirt

Crochet Bowling Shirt

$525

Nanushka

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Nanushka is here to convert all of you who grimaced at the idea of knitwear during summer. This crochet bowling shirt is hard to disagree with.

Marine Serre 21.9cm Moon Print Pants

21.9cm Moon Print Pants

21.9cm Moon Print Pants

$1230

Marine Serre

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Marine Serre's mastery of upcycling and recycling deadstock fabrics is only part of the label's appeal. Combine this conscious mindset with unique styling and you're onto a winner.

Egonlab Rene Pleated Shorts

Rene Pleated Shorts

Rene Pleated Shorts

$380

Egonlab

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Egonlab is definitely one of the brands to watch right now. Classic pieces are subverted and reshaped at the hands of Florentin Glémarec and Kevin Nompeix. This pair of pleated shorts is the perfect example.

KEEN Uneek Sandals

Uneek Sandals

Uneek Sandals

$144

KEEN

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KEEN's Uneek Sandals were a smash hit last year and with iterations like this multi-colored highlight landing for SS22, we've no doubt that the popularity will continue this year.

Kuboraum N3 Double Frame

N3 Double Frame

N3 Double Frame

$460

Kuboraum

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Berlin's Kuboraum has carved out a spot for itself in the eyewear market with a range of punky, rebellious frames. Actually, the N3 Double Frame is fairly safe for the brand but definitely doesn't lack impact.

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