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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The future of luxury 2025, by Li Edelkoort

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Li Edelkoort, foundress of the trend forecasting studio Trend Union publishes "The future of luxury - 2025". Pioneer observer of sustainable luxury since the 80s, she decodes the colours, materials and shapes of tomorrow.

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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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Hermès and the Skills Factory for schoolchildren

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The Fondation d’entreprise Hermès is expanding its programme Manufacto at school, dedicated to enhance the world of artisanship(*). This year 1,100 pupils will follow a series of practical, technical workshops involving boards of education in Paris, Créteil, Nice, Lyon and Besançon.

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Street and disability couture for augmented people

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Gwen and Jhon, founders of Fattoyz, design street couture and transform medical prosthesis into fashion accessories: they have created a disability couture brand for augmented people.

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Recyclable and responsible bridalwear

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Lee Klabin creates sustainable bridalwear, intended to be disassembled into chic dresses, throws and jackets. They are designed with longevity in mind in order to avoid them to be cast away in a box collecting dust the day after.

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Creative upcycled fashion from vintage garments

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Bridgett Artise had always loved reinterpreting, customising and transforming her own garments. In addition to her own brand, she teaches at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New-York and is the author of several books.

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