Artistic upcycling made in Kenya sold in French National Museum

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The boutique of the Confluence Museum in Lyon puts up upcycled unique pieces on sale, in the frame of the exhibition Une Afrique en couleurs (Africa in colours) until August 22nd, 2021. The raw material is collected on beaches and art works are made by the social and supporting company OCEAN SOLE AFRICA located in Kenya.

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Exceptional cuvée sold for the benefit of a charity, on November 15th, 2020

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The Hospices Civils de Beaune and the Château de Chambord forged an innovative partnership to sell an exceptional cuvée, on the occasion of the 160th Hospices de Beaune wine auction due to be held on Sunday 15th November 2020, whose benefits will be donated to the hospital workers of France who have fallen victim to Covid-19.

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Upcycled medal, sold for the benefit of the Goodplanet Foundation

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The House of Arthus Bertrand makes medals since 1803. Today, it recycles broken or old-fashioned jewellery in exchange for an engraved and numbered medal, whose benefits will be entirely donated to the Goodplanet Foundation.

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KENZO is launching a capsule collection made from GOTS certified cotton to support WWF

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KENZO designs essential garments from GOTS certified cotton, and will donate ten dollars pear each piece sold to the WWF in the frame of the global objective ''Tx2'', to protect wild tigers whose population has fall down to 3.200 animals in 2010.

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Ethical capsule collection by Marion Cotillard for Chopard

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French Oscar-winning and committed actress, Marion Cotillard, has accomplished her dream to co-create a high jewelry piece together with Eliott Bliss, the artistic director in charge of her styling, and to support the Journey to Sustainable Luxury pursued by Chopard since 2013.

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The luxury of upcycling by Hermès

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It is ten years that petit h by Hermès is written in lowercase. Ten years that the materials that other métiers have not used, leather, silk, crystal, porcelain, horsehair or metal are combined, adjusted and assembled by artisans, artists and designers to create useful and singular objects.

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Responsible make-up in recyclable plastic-free case

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La Bouche Rouge offers a make-up range made in France, whose ingredients are sourced locally. All objects are refillable, fully recyclable and plastic free. The maison is supporting the Eau Vive Internationale association which builds wells in Togo.

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