Nordstrom hosts the to the pop-up shop, EILEEN FISHER Renew, the company’s first-of-its-kind clothing recycling program. The circular design concept builds on Eileen Fisher’s pursuit of sustainability, where each garment made is considered through its entire lifecycle. The pop-up shop opened Monday, September 18 and will be there through Sunday, October 1 at five select Nordstrom locations, including the Seattle Flagship store.
The EILEEN FISHER Renew collection is produced in the company’s Tiny Factory in Irvington, NY. This is the company’s first wholly-owned production facility with 100 percent transparency on worker voice, happiness and production strategies—a rarity within the fashion industry. Since 2009, EILEEN FISHER’s apparel take-back program has reclaimed 800,000 garments from customers to be cleaned and resold or turned into entirely new designs. There are two recycling facilities: one in Irvington, NY and one in Seattle, WA.
“We were thrilled to partner with Nordstrom exclusively as both our brands share similar core values—a confluence of sustainability, human rights and empowering women,” says Kate McShane, Director of Brand Marketing at EILEEN FISHER. “For decades, we have each been committed to incomparable customer service and developing a unique relationship with our customers that extends beyond product into innovative storytelling. The Renew collection is the ultimate expression of our circular design come to life. Being able to showcase the full lifecycle of our clothing is a unique opportunity and one that we knew the Nordstrom customer would respond to.”
EILEEN FISHER Renew Collection Pop-Up Shop
When: Through October 1
Where: Nordstrom Locations in Seattle, WA; Palo Alto, CA; Oakbrook, IL; Northpark, TX and Park Meadows, CO.
Image courtesy of Eileen Fisher