Ethical knitwear, 100% made from recycled pieces

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Márcia de Carvalho is a French-Brazilian fashion designer and has initially worked for Chloé, Paule Ka, Torrente and Azzaro. In 2008, she launched her own studio, to create garments made from recycled knitwear.

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Sustainable fashion made from hand spun silk yarn

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Silvia Vassão is a Brazilian fashion designer based in New York City who designs silk crochet pieces, handcrafted by artisans in fishing villages in southern Brazil. She is also committed in offering crochet workshops in community of mothers, creating jobs and sustaining the ancient art of crochet.

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Withdrawn tulle tutus made by a solidarity workshop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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Timeless fashion made from organic materials, used alone or mixed together

la-voie-small.jpgIt all begins with the 100% organic materials, grown in a responsible manner: silk, cotton, linen, hemp, wool. They can be used alone or mixed together and are purchased in France, Italy and Japan.

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Timeless fashion in wool and mohair, on an island in the Baltic Sea off Denmark

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Bornholm, Danish island in the Baltic Sea, is the only one in the world to have obtained the label "World and craft city/region" by the World Craft Council(*). This is where Timmi B. Kromann creates timeless original wool garments.

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