This London-based premium rainwear brand are bridging the gap between fashion and function. They merge contemporary design, with technical construction and sustainability to create waterproof jackets that are built to last.
The idea came about in 2016 at a particularly rainy Glastonbury festival. Relentless wet weather meant that the co-founders Sara and Hannah spent the event in their waterproof hiking jackets feeling frustrated at the compromise between style and practicality.
Their unique approach to rainwear was to choose their favourite outerwear silhouettes and apply waterproof fabrics and construction to them. The result? Rainwear you love to wear that’s smart enough for the office, stylish enough for dinner after work, and protective enough for a weekend escape to the countryside.
Built by women for women, On Good Authority makes its jackets from recycled waste plastics, using non-toxic water repellency and they are produced in an ethical factory. They are a vegan brand and their products contain no leather, no feathers and no fur.