Sustainable swim suits made from recycled fishing nets

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Founded in 2012 by Claire and Alix Mougenot, Luz Collections manufactures bathing suits, homewear and active wear from GOTS-certified organic cotton and Econyl.

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Withdrawn tulle tutus made by a solidarity workshop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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Sustainable capsule collection by Emporio Armani

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Emporio Armani launches a casualwear capsule collection of trench coats, blousons, T-shirts, button-down shirts, shorts and pullovers made of sustainable material. The packaging is certified compostable.

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Eco-adhesive, repositionable and long-lasting luxury jewelry tattoos

marbella-small.jpgMarbella Paris® creates eco-adhesive, repositionable and long-lasting luxury jewelry tattos for the skin and the hair.

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Ecoresponsible and solidarity-based upcycled design

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The solidarity-based design studio Les Résilientes allows reintegration through economic activity by using already existing resources, coming from Made.com in the frame of a partnership initiated in January 2020. The brand delivers 2,5 tons of furniture and objects per year, which are no longer in use in its showroom to ensure they will be upcycled

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