Hand woven pendant lamps, made from natural materials

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The hand woven pendant lamps are made by refugee artisans in Burkina Faso, from straw, yarn, organic cotton and metal following artisanal skills and techniques in basketry carried out by Tuareg and Fulani Peulh women. Each lamp can take one to two months of manufacture and order are delivered within 3 months.

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Multi-colour vegan make-up line, made from ultra-pure stones

Idun-small.jpgIdun Minerals is a Swedish make-up line, made from ultra-pur gems and not tested on animals.

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Luxury natural water, drawn from the mountain, above Megève

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The clear water spring spurts at an altitude of 1470m, in the Massif du Mont-Blanc (French Alps). It is drawn and bottled on site, exclusively by gravity, without other processing. The water is pH-neutral, sodium free with a stable composition of minerals and oligo-elements.

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Withdrawn tulle tutus made by a solidarity workshop

fmk-tutu-small.jpgFrédérique Leininger repurchases the unused luxury tulle and has made unique tutus by a solidarity workshop. She also organises "vintage upcycling" classes where she teaches how to tranform every-day clothing into tutus.

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Sur-mesure responsible Haute-Cuisine, for ephemeral events

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Céline Pham is a franco-vietnamese Chef who cooks for private parties or sur-mesure events, and adapts herself to the place that welcomes her, in order to meet the expectations of the guests.

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Lamps made from infinite recycling Altuglas® and vintage newspapers

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At first, the 50s and 60s original editions have to be sought out. The front pages must talk about movies, art, fashion and design. The base of the lamp is made from Altuglas®, each piece is unique.

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Repossi responsible ring sold for the benefit of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation

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Repossi unveils the new Berbere Chromatic Ocean ring whose profits will be donated to the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. The brand is certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council, which verifies the whole supply chain.

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