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Alice Early

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Alice Early is a London-based designer of contemporary, sustainable clothing for women. With 10 years’ experience of working in the fashion industry, Alice graduated with an MFA in Fashion Design and Society from Parsons, New York, and has worked for brands including Paul Smith, Sophie Hulme and Deborah Milner.

This sustainable brand launched in November 2018 with the aim to create clothes that feel and look great but have a minimal impact on the environment. Alice Early designs pieces which have longevity of wear and style and arse also made from organic/sustainable cotton and durable components. Sustainability practices are at the centre of this label's production, through sourcing organic materials, designing for long term enjoyment, producing garments locally in London and shipping them in recycled packaging.

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Founder: Alice Early
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