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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Supportive organic cosmetics made with shea butter of Benin

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Karethic  offers a range of cosmetics made with shea butter, moringa, baobab and argan tree of Benin. The brand is organic and cruelty free certified and has been approved Supportive Business with Social Value(*) in 2016.

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The atoll of the Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives is declared Hope Spot

atoll-laamu-small.jpgThe atoll of Laamu, on which is settled the Six Senses resort has been declared Hope Spot by Mission Blue, founded by the American oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle. The international non-profit organization aims to help to the protection of at least 30% of the surface of the oceans by 2030, whereas it was only 1% in 2009.

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LVMH supports engaged art, committed to preserving coral reefs

LVMH LVMH supports La Fabrique Nomade for a unique collaboration between five creative craftsmen who live in France as refugees and the artist Jérémy Gobé: two jewellers, a ceramist, a crochet craftsman and an embroiderer have created a piece of art that depict a coral.

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To exchange a gently warn coat for a Limited Edition #NoColdShoulder beanie

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Nobis collects gently worn mantels, coats and down jackets and offers a beanie specially designed for the event launched beginning of November: No cold shoulder. The maison commits to dress warmly fifteen thousand people during the winter.

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Upcycling couture made from luxury garment

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Founded in 2018 by Philippe Guilet, the Renaissance Project guides carefully selected remunerated trainees to create an upcycled garment collection, from luxury pieces that are no longer worn.

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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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