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Benu Berlin – Make Love not Fashion SS15

“Make Love Not Fashion” is the spring/summer 2015 collection by Karen Jessen, Anna Bach and Luis C. Zuniga from eco-brand Benu Berlin and that it has been nominated for the BUNTE New Faces Award FASHION 2014. The designers re-use old military uniforms that converge in flowing forms; single linear leather pieces manifest themselves in vivid structures. “With […]

Original sustainable accessories

Seven years have passed since the bag “I’m not a plastic bag” by the designer Anya Hindmarch became famous worldwide. It was the evidence that the fashion industry (and consumers) needed to pay more attention to the sustainable market. Luckily, today many designers are dedicated to this sector, multiplying the number of available eco friendly […]

Greate Eco-Jewelers

In recent years it has triggered a boom related to the environment, trends such as “eco-friendly” have been taken by designers who embody the eco soul in furniture, product and jewelry. In this case we show five designers or brands that appropriate the eco-jewelry at its best. Ágústa Sveinsdóttir  This Icelandic designer works in her […]

Kuyichi + Jordi Cruz

The Dutch sustainable fashion brand Kuyichi brings us this interview with Jordi Cruz, the young Catalan chef with three Michelin stars as part of its “Cool & Conscious People” series. Kuyichi was founded in 2001 and since then they promote with their products fashion without “preservatives or dyes.” No chemicals or labor exploitation. Kuyichi founders […]

Benu Berlin-”8 Acts of Rebellion”

Decomposing  350 T-shirts, 60 Jeans and 4 leather sofas, the young German brand Benu Berlin has created an interesting eco friendly collection, transforming old and ordinary materials “into expressive textures to demonstrate respect for their production and sources they are made of”. The most produced garments in the world such as t-shirts and jeans, are also the most […]

“Good for you, Zara”

After running a  strong campaign the last nine days, Greenpeace has finally made Zara  commit to go toxic-free. The commitment to produce without hazardous waste includes Zara and the seven other brands in the Inditex group: Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe. H&M, Nike or Adidas had already commit to stop throwing toxic to the Asian […]

Revisited New Collection

Straight out of Brooklyn, Revisited gives us their latest update on their ongoing series of unique products, like this one-of-a-kind hand-dyed/painted fisherman cable cardigan or these necklaces made from quartz, fabric and rope necklaces. Check out the complete collection here! … Directo desde Brooklyn, Revisited nos presenta su última serie de productos únicos, como puede ser […]

Circles of Hope by People Tree

Continuing with the ‘Olympic theme’, here are some nice designs inspired by the London games of 2012. The brand People Tree is promoting these new designs made by customers and friends from around the world. I personally love the Japanese version by artist Keeda Oikawa. People Tree is an eco-fashion and Fair Trade label that have […]

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