Introducing the versatile, sustainable womenswear and accessories by Isabel Manns. Their unique, reversible pieces are designed to encourage you to buy less and love what you do buy for longer.
Every Isabel Manns collection is season-less. Rather than following fashion trends, their clothing seamlessly sees you from winter to spring, summer to autumn. It’s as far away from throwaway fast fashion as you can imagine, with each collection featuring pieces that complement those in previous collections.
Reducing waste in their own design process is a priority for Isabel Manns too. Cleverly designed prints and patterns and savvy cutting by eco-conscious seamstresses keep fabric waste to a minimum.
And if material does end up on the cutting room floor, chances are it’s going to be given a new lease of life anyway. Because all Isabel Manns accessories and face masks are made from their surplus fabric.
The entire Isabel Manns range is made in England, by suppliers who they have strong relationships with. This local supply chain not only keeps their carbon footprint down but is also great for transparency, making it easier to monitor working conditions and ensure tip-top ethical practices.
Isabel Manns also uses their beautiful ethically and sustainably made accessories and clothing to raise money for Maggie’s, a charity that provides free cancer support and information in centres across the UK and online.
100% of profits from their masks and 10% of profits from the sales of clothing help fund Maggie’s work, supporting the physical and emotional wellbeing of people living with cancer and their loved ones – a cause that’s close to founder Isabel’s own heart.
Isabel Manns is a British designer who’s worked with Burberry, Emilia Wickstead and Elle Magazine in London and Naeem Khan and Tanya Taylor in New York.
The idea for reversible clothing as a sustainable fashion solution first came to Isabel while she was studying at the renowned Parsons School of Design in New York.
When she later had a go at making a reversible dress, the finished piece inspired her to launch the Isabel Manns brand, with the aim of being a 100% sustainable, circular fashion label.