James&Co has been working really hard over recent years to be the supplier of always-popular leather look outerwear that is both vegan and sustainable. For retailers who currently stock and sell faux/vegan leather outerwear we can help you achieve your Sustainability Goals of sourcing sustainable raw materials and ensuring you are purchasing sustainable products.
Can we work together to achieve sustainability goals - to accelerate the work to achieve any of the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030? For example, with the break in brands and retailers being able to source raw materials and products, can we work together to achieve goals of reducing/diminishing reliance on raw materials that are harmful and replacing them with sustainable ones when the factories re-open?
James&Co Is The Leading Apparel Brand To Ditch Toxic Faux Leather. Join Us In The Campaign To Further The Sustainable Industry Change.
James&Co is running a crowdfunding campaign starting 17 January 2020. This will become live at Its objective is to raise funds for a marketing campaign - to promote the James&Co brand leadership in ending use of toxic faux leather for its outerwear and tailoring in sustainable eco leather. Read why traditional faux leather harms the environment and how supporting the James&Co crowdfunding campaign will be a contribution by you to making a difference.
The purchase of a James&Co sustainable eco vegan leather jacket at sale price in our Sustainability Sale can make a difference to reducing fashion industry pollution of 97% of textiles being sent to landfill and make a difference to achieving UN Sustainability Development Goals of reduce, reuse, recycle.
In light of concerns expressed about the lack of sustainability of the Matt & Nat PU/PVC products in particular, and in respect of all vegan leather/faux leather jackets made from PU or PVC, it is clear that products ticking the box for cruelty-free and vegan are not de facto ticking the box for sustainable. Armed with that information consumers have the ability to choose. Choosing and rewarding responsible fashion brands that do good, over the ones that don’t, can drive the whole industry to become more sustainable and fair.