Every week we feature a sustainable brand on our blog. This week's featured brand is Litke.
Anointed by Vogue as a 'designer on the rise', Catherine Litke's line of American made womenswear sits at the intersection of crafty and cool. Not surprising when you consider that her friends consider her personal style 'sexy Amish'. From embroidered fabrics to cape-back blouses, the collection is inspired by eclectic sources like Polish crochet and patchwork quilts.
Made from sustainable materials like Japanese organic cotton, linen and virgin wool, the brand is committed to craftsmanship and handmade processes: their sweaters are made at one of the oldest knitting factories in the US near Cape Cod, while some items are made at local quilting circles or individually knit by hand.