Fashion accessories made from upcycled water bottles and packagings

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Thu Nguyen Merer designs stylish hand bags, jewels, wallet, clutch and totebags by upcycling fruit juice packagings, papers,water bottles and scrap leather: her hand crafted pieces are manufactured by women cooperatives in the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Authentic 18-century French tableware to rent

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Valérie Wolf is passionate about art de la table, and offers to rent her authentic personal porcelain and faience tableware, certain of which dating from the 18th century.

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Street and disability couture for augmented people

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Gwen and Jhon, founders of Fattoyz, design street couture and transform medical prosthesis into fashion accessories: they have created a disability couture brand for augmented people.

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Recyclable and responsible bridalwear

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Lee Klabin creates sustainable bridalwear, intended to be disassembled into chic dresses, throws and jackets. They are designed with longevity in mind in order to avoid them to be cast away in a box collecting dust the day after.

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When Chanel takes inspiration from the masculine wardrobe

Inside_Chanel_chapter26_small.jpgBy reinterpreting the men's garments, Gabrielle Chanel invents a new lifestyle for women, open to confort and freedom of movement which allow the practice of sports, fishing, golf or yachting, and travelling.

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Creative upcycled fashion from vintage garments

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Bridgett Artise had always loved reinterpreting, customising and transforming her own garments. In addition to her own brand, she teaches at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New-York and is the author of several books.

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Upcycled accessories made from rough material collected on a beach

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Onward makes toilet and shoe bags, pouches and shopping bags from plastic bottles, jute sacks or other rough material that have been collected on the beach. Each accessory is unique and 100% upcycled.

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