Zady sources ethical menswear in hopes to change the standards of fashion. Hoping to end questionable fabrication methods in fashion, Zady sources ethical menswear to accompany the brand’s already well-established women’s fashion. After realizing that many men were buying the women’s clothing in larger sizes, Zady confirmed that a demand existed in menswear and has now lounged a full offering. Selections include Button-down oxford shirts starting at US $142, Trousers at US $138, Crew Neck Tees at US $38 as well as jackets, jeans, hats, gloves and more. Los Angeles-based Apolis and their Peruvian Alpaca Crew Neck Sweater with black elbow patches (US $228) Zady is curating locally sourced and ethical fashion without apology. Upon visiting the website a screen immediately pops up that states the core mission: No more fashion that ends in landfills, no more production with questionable roots. FROM FIELD TO GARMENT, WE’RE RE-ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF FASHION. This shearling pea coat by Parisian design duo Cuisse de Grenouille is responsibly sourced and available on Zady.com For Zady, clothing has a rich story from country of origin to materials included to the history of the designers. Featured designers include the Los Angeles-based Apolis and their Peruvian Alpaca Crew Neck Sweater with black elbow patches (US $228), Parisian duo Cuisse de Grenouille and their Shearling Collar Peacoat (US $395) and Portugal’s La Paz alongside the brand’s Sousa Sweater knit from Shetland wool (US $215). The Sousa Sweater by La Paz on Zady.com With Zady, consumers are offered an alternative to fast fashion and can discover the story behind the clothes. This is certainly only the beginning for this start-up as it continues to expand its roster of conscious designers. Here at Vanichi, we’ll be keeping an eye on this exciting brand.