In a new profile on Vogue.com, cult-label Reformation founder Yael Aflalo opens up about how the eco-friendly label got its start and grew to become such a huge success. We’ve made it very clear that we’re fans of the line, which was founded on designing new clothes repurposed from flea market and vintage store finds, and we’re in good company—everyone from Taylor Swift to Rihanna has been seen rocking the brands ’70s-tinged pieces. And, according to Aflalo, we’ll have even more reason to lust after the designs next year, given that Karlie Kloss may collaborate with the team on a capsule collection. Kloss, who’s an investor in Reformation, is “very fashion, but … also very ethical and earnest,” explains Aflalo. It’s a match made in fashion heaven, and we can’t wait to see what they come up with!
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