Langerchen was founded in 2013 by Miranda Chen and Philipp Langer, whose combination also gives the brand its name. They built their brand with the three values of fairness, consciousness and sustainability without compromising on functionality and style.
Most of the jackets are vegan, apart from a few styles, which feature mulesing-free Eco-Wool.
Additionally, Langerchen proof, that "Made in China" can be sustainable, environmentally friendly and fair. In 2009 they founded a textile plant where they weave the fabrics and sew the jackets, which also reduces the necessity of transportation and helps them to assure, that the roundabout 100 employees receive fair pay and good working conditions.
That's so impressive, that other global fair fashion players like Armed Angels started to produce their garments in Langerchens textile plant Jiecco.
🇨🇳 Made in China
🌻 Organic Cotton, Organic Linen
🐑 Mulesing-free Wool
♻️ Recycled Nylon
🌳 TENCEL™ (wood pulp from sustainably grown trees - closed loop process)
🧪 PU - Polyurethan for wind and rainproof membranes
The inclusive nude underwear company Proclaim. from Los Angeles follows their goal of empowering and representing all women. Paying attention to even the smallest details, they produce impressively sustainable and ethical garments which are made to last.
Langerchen is the perfect brand if you are looking for sustainable and fashionable coats or jackets for every season. But their not-so-secret superpower might be their bestselling raincoats.
Inspired by fairytales, the Ukrainian designer Yasia Khomenko re-uses second-hand fashion to create fun and environmentally-conscious garments. She is best known for the colourful prints on upcycled shirts.