Save the Duck, the Italian brand of animal-free outerwear, has collaborated with Stella Jean on a new capsule collection for autumn/winter 2021/22. The collection includes three quilted jackets and three nonquilted jackets, some of them featuring a kimono style. The style reflects the designer’s multicultural heritage. Jean’s mother is Haitian and her father is Italian. The fashion designer lives and works in Rome. The collection, which is sold on the Save the Duck website, is made from 100 percent recycled materials. The prices range from €300 to €390.