Emerging apparel brand Arvin Goods joins forces with streetwear mainstay Anwar Carrots to release a collection of sustainable accessories. The Seattle-based label specializes in creating versatile basics crafted from recycled fabric scraps. Arvin Goods is one of the few brands in the market utilizing discarded fabrics for its garments.
The collection blends Arvin Goods' sustainable materials with Anwar Carrot's bold color palette. Crafted with no harsh dyes and only organic materials, the sustainable crew socks also feature a padded footbed. A two-pack option features the L.A. brands’ signature green and orange color palette accompanied with the iconic Carrot insignia placed at the ankles. In contrast, the pack of four adds black and white pairs styled with Carrots’ typography going down the side.
Additionally, the Premium Collection crew socks feature a cream and black color palette with both Carrot insignia and typography positioned on the side. For the crew socks, Arvin Goods had sustainable material outsourced from a family-run factory in Awaji Island, Japan. Rounding out the collection is the Arvin Goods and Carrots ribbed beanie in orange and green.
Arvin Goods and Anwar Carrots collection ranges from $28.00 USD to $50.00 USD and will be available to purchase through arvingoods.com.
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