There’s nothing better than being cozy over the holidays — with a sustainable twist.
Pangaia, a material science company creating sustainable clothing that splashed onto the scene when celebrities like Bella Hadid, Kourtney Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Justin Bieber reached for its luxe loungewear, uses dyes made from fruit, wildflowers to stuff puffer coats and peppermint to control odor.
“In 2020, we were making sustainable tracksuits, which of course were perfect work-from-home gear. It was a time when people were spending a lot of time online and direct-to-consumer was growing,” Dr. Amanda Parkes, fashion scientist and chief innovation officer of Pangaia, tells PEOPLE.
“If you contextualize how incredible nature is, in a beautiful fashion object that it’s inspiring, it will inspire people to learn more.”
Inclusivity and sustainability are stitched into Pangaia’s DNA. Pan means “all,” and Gaia is the goddess of the …