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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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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100% organic and wild fishing haute cuisine in Monaco

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Facing the sea and located on the terrace of the Monte-Carlo Beach, the Elsa is the first Michelin starred 100% organic and wild fishing restaurant, certified by Ecocert since 2013; the Chef Manon Fleury will offer a modern and sustainable fine food, while preserving excellence and creativity.

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Self-sufficient catamaran inspired by the manta ray, to clean the oceans

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Founded by Yvan Bourgnon, The Sea Cleaners is a non-profit association(*) dedicated to ocean conservation: his catamaran will collect plastic solid waste, will compact them offshore to produce its own energy and will carry out scientific surveys.

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Upcycled medal, sold for the benefit of the Goodplanet Foundation

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The House of Arthus Bertrand makes medals since 1803. Today, it recycles broken or old-fashioned jewellery in exchange for an engraved and numbered medal, whose benefits will be entirely donated to the Goodplanet Foundation.

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Upcycling workshop set up by Kering, for adults and children, on October 3rd and 4th, 2020

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Kering is sponsoring the upcycling workshop open to all in the frame of the ELLE Green event, on October 3rd and 4th, 2020, at the Goodplanet Foundation. The session for kids allows to make a butterfly and the one for grown-ups teaches how to make a heart-shaped pouch in size XXS, from dead inventory.

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The luxury of upcycling by Hermès

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It is ten years that petit h by Hermès is written in lowercase. Ten years that the materials that other métiers have not used, leather, silk, crystal, porcelain, horsehair or metal are combined, adjusted and assembled by artisans, artists and designers to create useful and singular objects.

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