Leda Di Marti's new coats: recycled wool adds warmth to Italian flair

Models for Leda Di Marti

The new luxury coat line from Italian designer Leda Di Marti looks stylish and warm, and its use of recycled wool wins ethical points too.

Standing out is the Baviera coat in a jacquard fabric – made from recycled wool – with modern mid-length sleeves and a flared hem. Each piece is lined in one of Leda Di Marti's prints, inspired by Italy.

You'll see hits of pink across the new autumn range of coats and capes, which the brand says is made in Florence to ensure production is as ethical 'as possible'.

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