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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Prada launches a high jewellery collection made of 100% certified recycled gold

Prada-Eternal-Gold-small.jpgPrada launches Eternal Gold, a first haute joaillerie collection made of 100% certified recycled gold in respect of sustainable luxury, which combines time-honored artisanal techniques and precious gems and ethical metals.

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Sur-mesure recycled gold jewellery, made from ancient pieces

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Origine Ateliers produces sur-mesure recycled gold jewellery, made from ancient pieces. They can also transform yellow-gold into pink or white-gold.

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Natural jewelry, made by hand in South Africa

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Pichulik creates natural jewellery pieces made of jade, shell, hemp, brass, agate, smooth pebbles or recycled glass, handmade by women crafters to promote job creation in communities around Cape Town (South Africa)

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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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Withdrawn tulle tutus made by a solidarity workshop

fmk-tutu-small.jpgFrédérique Leininger repurchases the unused luxury tulle and has made unique tutus by a solidarity workshop. She also organises "vintage upcycling" classes where she teaches how to tranform every-day clothing into tutus.

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