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Fanmail’s Spring Line of Sustainable Essentials

The latest lookbook from New York eco-friendly brand of basics Fanmail.

Photographer Milan Zrnic
November 22, 2013
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    Fanmail’s Charlie Morris has sustainable minimalism down down to a tee. Literally, the Brooklyn-based clothing label makes some of the finest t-shirts around, while using organic cottons and environmental-friendly practices like cutting and sewing all their products locally in Greenpoint. For spring, Fanmail is extending their basics-done-expertly approach to men’s ready-to-wear. They’ve applied their ethos and clean design to neutral-toned shorts, button-downs, and lightweight jackets. Their signature tees have also received an update, coming in new colors like Yves Klein blue, a muted navy, and the palest pink. Check out the lookbook above and read Fanmail’s profile in the Now Issue.

    Read more about Fanmail in our recent December/January NOW issue.

    Fanmail’s Spring Line of Sustainable Essentials