Let us redefine our relationship with clothes

LAW Design Studio is a size inclusive made to order conscious fashion label designed and manufactured by Gillian McNeill in Glasgow, Scotland. 

The brand mission is to change our relationship with clothes and adapt to a more thoughtful approach curating our wardrobes. 

Gillian spent the first decade of her career working for the fast fashion industry as a designer for the U.S and U.K Market. The constant fast trend chasing and throw-away wasteful approach to the industry made her fall increasingly out of love with the industry she always dreamt of working in. After bringing her 2 daughters into the world she wanted to help create and change the fashion model to a much more environmentally and ethically conscious way of working to help build a positive future for her two girls. 

Let us redefine our relationship with clothes.

Gillian mcneill

The LAW Design Studio business model works on a made to order basis which avoids impulse buying and the ability for customers to specify leg lengths and hems to bespoke sizes thus creating an emotional attachment to the garment when it arrives on your doorstep. 

Once a customer has purchased from LAW Design Studio, the LAW Circular project invites customers to sell back their old LAW Styles which are then re-processed and sold on as pre-loved goods. This creates a closed loop cycle within the selling process. 

All waste from the production is saved and converted into baby clothes or used as quilting and padding so nothing goes to waste. With ensuring a zero waste approach to design as well as timeless, classic styles using low impact materials, the brand is on a mission to change our approach to buying clothes. 

Image credit: Otago Street Collective

LAW DESIGN STUDIO features in the November issue. View the issue; HERE

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