Reformation Debuts Sustainable Alpaca Knitwear Collection

by , 10/01/14   filed under: Eco-Fashion Brands, Eco-Fashion News

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Reformation sources its fiber from small family-owned ranches. Because each alpaca is given an acre of land to graze on, it says, the grassland has time to regenerate. It also helps that the gentle grazers have soft hooves, which limit soil disturbance.

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“Most importantly,” Reformation adds, “they’re sheared only once a year under humane conditions.”

Sounds snuggly.

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One Response to “Reformation Debuts Sustainable Alpaca Knitwear Collection”

  1. zyxomma says:

    Truly a lovely collection. Alpaca is one of my all-time favorite fibers.

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