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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Rare, natural and ethic honeys from Madagascar plant species

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Ilanga Nature produces Ecocert-certified honeys in the island of Madagascar. The firm is committed to going with beekeepers and developing long-lasting fair trade partnerships.

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Organic cognac, gin, rhum and whisky with no additives

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Vivant makes cognac, gin, rhum and whisky made of products from organic farming, and produce with no additives and no inputs.(*)

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Affordable jewelry handmade, covered with Fairmined-gold certified

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Manora Bijoux creates affordable jewelry made of brass covered with ethical gold. Five percent of the profits will be donated to the Cancer Ligue (Ligue contre le Cancer).

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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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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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Carbon neutrality for all L'Oréal's sites by 2025

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L'Oréal commits for carbon neutrality of all ist sites by 2025, by switching to the use of 100% renewable energy.  The maison will allocate €150 million to address urgent social and environmental issues.

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