Save the World with Your Underwear: Yves Behar Launches PACT

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It’s a testament to the importance of eco-fashion to the world when big design names get involved. That’s why we’re so excited that sustainable apparel brand PACT has teamed up with celebrity designer Yves Béhar—who’s famous for his unforgettable Jawbone headset and Herman Miller LEAF Lamp—to bring us three premium collections of organic cotton underwear for men and women. The uber-cute line of unmentionables features panties, boxers and briefs that are made out of sustainable materials in special edition prints that PACT has tapped world-renowned artists and designers to come up with.

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In addition to being manufactured in a way that meets all of the most stringent environmental standards, PACT undies give back! The company has devoted itself to supporting nonprofits that create social and environmental solutions, focusing each of the three collections on one of these causes. While many eco-clothing brands donate money to bettering the world, PACT is one of the only ones that give a startling 10 percent of each sale to charities like 826 National, ForestEthics, and Oceana.

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Although the unmentionables themselves are produced sustainably, what about the packaging? We’re pleased to report that all undies are shipped in compostable bags (as opposed to boxes) and packaged in a reusable cloth bag made from scrap fabrics.

+ PACT Underwear

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  1. [...] when we think design mastermind and Inhabitat favorite Yves Béhar couldn’t possibly come up with a more useful, world-bettering product, he does. Continuing [...]

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