Marseille soap cooked to the cauldron

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Fer à Cheval redesigns its iconic cube into sliced soaps: made by traditional standards in a cauldron, it is extra pure, hypoallergenic, without adding fragrances, colourings or preservatives. Luxury detail, both faces of each slice are stamped.

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Autonomous clock, that charges through temperature fluctuations

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Jaeger Lecoultre reissues the Atmos clock, that charges autonomously through temperature fluctuations. The energy consumption of a 15-watt electric light bulb is equivalent to the needs of sixty million near-perpetual clocks.

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90-bespoke pieces sold by Canada Goose for the benefit of Inuit communities

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Canada Goose launches a capsule collection of 90 hand-crafted parkas, drawn and manufactured by Inuit fashion designers and craftsmen. Garments are dedicated to be worn in extreme latitude. Proceeds from the sales are donated to support Inuit communities all over Canada.

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Luxury accessories of yesterday and of today exhibited in London from April 25th, 2020

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The V&A Museum features luxury handbags, purses and trunk, some of which date from the 16th century. Design and making process of yesterday and of today, everywhere in the world, complement the exhibition, which opens to the future by exploring new material, including recycled plastic.

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Weston recycles its luxury shoes, that are no longer worn

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Weston assesses, repurchases, repairs and resells its luxury shoes; models are restored at the brand's Limoges factory.

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Creative furniture made from upcycled pieces of aircraft

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As part of the recovery of the industrial heritage of Airbus, a team of 11 designers has manufactured furniture and lights from pieces of aircraft, that have been discarded after thousands of flight hours. 

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Ephemeral organic winery on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower

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Until April 2020, an ephemeral organic winery is set up on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower where will be vinified the grapes from a wine estate located in the Paris region. The partnership with the Winerie Parisienne aims to revive Paris as the wine capital of the world.

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