Chantelle loves women deeply, it’s undeniable. They also love Mother Earth and humanity. It’s hot, really. So evidently, we, women, love them hard in return.
Most recently, Chantelle introduced Chantelle One, the world’s first ever zero-waste, 100% recyclable lingerie. Every single Chantelle One model will have been designed and produced following the principles of circular sustainability, a restorative and regenerative process which, by design, aims to keep products, components, and materials at their highest utility and value at all times.
With Chantelle One (@Chantelle__One on Instagram), Chantelle is promising maximum comfort with minimum impact.
There’s nothing we don’t like about what we just wrote.
Nothing will make us love lingerie more than eco-consciously designed and produced collections by a clearly woke brand. The first Chantelle One bra is now available for pre-order in France via the specialized platform Ulule, sure to expand to the world soon, crossing fingers and toes.
Chantelle is a leader indeed, having spearheaded the body conscious and diversity movement in their industry in France and around the world; a movement which, admittedly, should not be a movement so much as “how things just are naturally”.
But there is still much work to do in awakening the minds.
So Chantelle, once again leading the charge, became a publisher. Their magazine Common Language (@CommonLanguageMag on Instagram) seeks to open up new, broader perspectives, challenge the status quo, and create such a deeply feminine universe we might actually learn a few things about ourselves.
Common Language is about revealing a shared language, one used by bodies to tell a story. The language of art, which connects the most distant cultures, arouses the souls, triggers the dialogue that goes beyond stereotypes. It is out of a desire to share this universal language that this magazine was born.
Issue 004 for this bi-annual magazine will be available soon via @kdpresse.
April 04, 2021