Upcycled accessories made from rough material collected on a beach

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Onward makes toilet and shoe bags, pouches and shopping bags from plastic bottles, jute sacks or other rough material that have been collected on the beach. Each accessory is unique and 100% upcycled.

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Ethical jewellery from ostrich egg shells for men and women

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Based in South-Africa, Mambu Design is a company of artists and craftsmen who makes  jewellery from broken ostrich egg shells. Each piece is unique and highlights the African creativity through the art of upcycling.

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Animal sculptures made of upcycled plastic, collected on the sea shore

gilles-cenazandotti-small.jpgGilles Cenazandotti collects plastic fragments in Corsica since the 90s. He stripped them and makes collages and animal sculptures, that are exposed worldwide.

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Sustainable Haute-Couture made from recycled fabrics

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It is the crunch of pure snow that inspired Adeline Ziliox to create this sensitive and ultra-feminine collection in black and white. The fabrics are recovered, and worked with addition of recycled plastics or reinterpretated parachute canvas.

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Artistic upcycling at the Fondation Cartier until June 16, 2019

surcyclage-fondation-cartier-small.jpgThe Fondation Cartier is exhibiting artworks made by European artists, born after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the redefining of the contours of Europe: unique pieces are made from materials that have been salvaged and transformed.

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Salvatore Ferragamo museum displays sustainable fashion creations on biodegradable mannequins until March 8th, 2020

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The Milan museum is presenting Salvatore Ferragamo's sustainable fashion researches since the 20s . The creations are displayed on 100% biodegradable mannequins.

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Exhibition of monumental sculptures from recycled metal in classified gardens

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Planted according to the initial foundations, basins and sculptures of the French gardens of the 18th Century, the gardens of Eyrignac manor are open to the public, from January 1st to December 31st and propose ephemeral events like the white picnic or a temporary exhibition of recycled metal sculptures.

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