Today Everlane is starting a new tradition for Black Friday. All of today's profits (i.e. 35% of each purchases) will be invested into making the lives of their factory workers better. They're starting small and focusing on one of their factories, Hangzhou, China, where their silks and button downs are made. You can read more on the Black Friday Fund on www.everlane.com/black-friday, their goal is to close the loop between the customer, the brand and the people who make our clothes. The power to push towards more fair and sustainable industrial practices is in our hands.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if all retailers and online stores did the same? Also, is anyone else overwhelmed by the incredible list of discount codes on offer at them moment?
Here are some of the discount codes and sales I have jotted down and scoured:
Shopbop - GOBIG14 at checkout for 15% off $250, 20% off $500+, 25% off $1000
Net-a-Porter US on sale - no code required (my purchase has already been shipped!)
Madewell - GIFTON for 25% off all purchases (I purchased this dress)
Selfridges - SELF14 for 20% all items (inc. Valentino, Saint Laurent, etc!)
Harvey Nichols - SMASHING25 25% off all items (inc. Valentino, Saint Laurent
Browns Fashion - Free shipping with THANKYOU14
Forward by Elyse Walker - sale on (including lots of Isabel Marant)
Saks Fifth Avenue on sale up to 60% off
Moda Operandi - amazing sale up to 50% off
LN-CC - 30% off (love this site!)
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