Embassy of Bricks and Logs Jackets Men 5 Items
Embassy of Bricks and Logs Jackets Men
Established in 2015 by Niko Vatheuer, Embassy of Bricks & Logs is an urban outerwear brand Embassy of Bricks and Logs that creates apparel with high aesthetic and ethical standards. The Embassy of Bricks & Logs designs focus on contemporary, utilitarian silhouettes with a functional approach, while the brand only uses hand-selected premium materials to bring a high-quality streetwear approach into the realm of ethical fashion. As a brand, Embassy of Bricks & Logs takes a stand against ususal strategies in today’s fashion industry by creating pieces that are sustainable through outstanding craftsmanship and longevity first. Embassy of Bricks & Logs‘s goul is to make their pieces last, so the brands jackets are engineered to have an extended life-span, making them slow-fashion by definition
All Embassy of Bricks & Logs items are designed in Germany and manufactured by Chinese partners who can guarantee good working conditions for their employees to maintain a friendly, even familiar vibe. To live up to their high ethical standards, Embassy of Bricks & Logs staff is visiting the brand’s partners regularly. Plus, Embassy of Bricks & Logs is a vegan company. For EB&L, sustainability starts and ends with taking a wholesome approach, including every living being along our supply chain – this includes animals and therefore animal-derived products. Embassy of Bricks & Logs is working closely with PETA to make sure the whole collection is PETA-approved vegan.
In 2020, Embassy of Bricks & Logs managed to produce a 100% recycled version of their most used upper fabric but with the same quality, look and feel like the non-recycled version which resulted in a collection that was made of 93-95% recycled and/or sustainable materials – it even surpassed the aims and expectations of the brand for that year. But the company strives for higher goals: In 2023, Embassy of Bricks & Logs wants to introduce a collection that’s made from 100% sustainable materials.