Marseille soap cooked to the cauldron

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Fer à Cheval redesigns its iconic cube into sliced soaps: made by traditional standards in a cauldron, it is extra pure, hypoallergenic, without adding fragrances, colourings or preservatives. Luxury detail, both faces of each slice are stamped.

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From plant to product by Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney has been pioneer in sustainable fashion. She uses fabrics made from plants and today highlights her suppliers she has partnered with for a long time: focus on three bags of the Spring/Summer 2020 collection.

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Bunches of edible flowers to offer or to cook

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Fleurivore creates eatable bunches of flowers, sold with a recipe and a botanical drawing, detailing the edible part of the plant: the flowers are sourced locally and without chemicals.

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Artisanal French bread and vegan cookies made in Paris, for gourmets

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Rodolphe et Yoshimi Landemaine revisit French traditional bakery, by offering breads, baguettes and cakes, eggs, butter, milk and cream free for vegan gourmets. All components are seasonal and purchased locally.

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Fully natural bamboo charcoal to filter water

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Weetulip sells traditionally made bamboo charcoal, to filter ordinary tap water in a 100% natural way. Completely biodegradable, the piece of charcoal can be composted at the end of its life cycle.

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Chantal Thomass designs a capsule collection of handmade ceramics

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Chantal Thomass expresses her ultra-feminine universe through a capsule collection of ceramics, in partnership with the Rometti manufactory, which makes since 1927, pieces from clay extracted from a local quarry.

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Fashion accessories made from upcycled water bottles and packagings

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Thu Nguyen Merer designs stylish hand bags, jewels, wallet, clutch and totebags by upcycling fruit juice packagings, papers,water bottles and scrap leather: her hand crafted pieces are manufactured by women cooperatives in the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

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