Sustainable jewelry made of silver or vermeil for women and men

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Theo Jacquet has launched a sensitive sustainable jewellery collection for women and men, where all manufacturing steps are sustainable, from the material sourcing to the packaging through the making located in Paris.

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Overall jackets made from luxury fabrics from dead stocks

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Soubacq reinterprets the overall jacket for women and men, and manufactures it in limited editions in its Parisian workshop, from luxury fabrics from dead stocks.

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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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Universal and certified cosmetics made from 100% organic ingredients

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Sandra Gasmi has launched Demain®, a short range of cosmetics made from 100% organic ingredients, suitable for all skin types and Cosmos Organic certified by Ecocert.

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Sur-mesure handmade globes manufactured from natural materials

globes-Sauter-small.jpgAlain Sauter is a geographer: he manufactures globes made from natural materials in his workshop located in the East of France. Terrestrial, cosmique, celestial or historic, each artwork is entirely handmade.

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Authentic sports hall, for fighting sports or slow-down activities

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The Abdoulaye Fadiga's sports hall, on the left bank of the Seine, respects the authenticity of the brand's codes: aesthetic and light-flooded, coach and high performance machines, warm welcome, a place where it is possible to practise combat sports or pilate and yoga and which has implemented a sustainable development approach.

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Sustainable coffee made by a Best Craftsman of France

lagrange-small.jpgVincent Ballot is coffee roaster and has been awarded the Best Crafstman of France distinction in 2018. He travels the world in search of the best beans and creates blending as if it were a wine. After having worked with coffee roasters for twenty years, he formalized his knowledge at the Coffee Quality Institute, a sustainable expert curriculum of the coffee sector.

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