Posts tagged Sustainable fashion
FUB

Founded in 2006 by Anne Sofie Olrik and Lotte Bundgaard, FUB makes classic, comfortable and sustainable knitwear for kids and women. Every item is carefully created and produced with a demanding regard for details and craftsmanship. The collections are purely made of OEKO-TEX certified merino wool and GOTS certified organic cotton. For 10 years their production has been limited to a minimum meaning that they only produce for orders – not for stock and not for waste.

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FRISUR

FRISUR is a multidisciplinary design studio and fashion label based in Berlin and was founded by long-time friends  Stephan Sunder-Plassmann and Thies Meyer. The label blends classic German design with Scanidnavian minimalism and focuses on classic, yet current, designs, carefully chosen materials and high quality. FRISUR is committed to sustainability and all garments are designed in Berlin and produced in Germany and Portugal.

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Rakha

Many people are now beginning to realize the negative impact of fashion on people and the environment. Current production processes place economic gains of large companies above environmental and ethical considerations, causing large amount of waste and pollution that threaten people and our planet. Rakha was created with the idea of re-defining classics, considering design for longevity and choosing materials carefully.

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Wigglesteps

Wigglesteps are sustainable fashion socks and stockings for people who are anything but shy.
They emphasize their styling, set fashionable trends and show colors. Maybe a little cheekier, maybe a little more ambitious and maybe a little more unconventional than others. These colourful outside, green-hearted and deliciously designed foot fashions mean you can have a beautifully designed, quality created product while supporting companies with sustainable, eco-friendly manufacturing practices.

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First Base

Living and working in Bondi, Australia, in 2013 designer Alison Cotton hit a cross roads and felt the desire to reconnect and create something that was about getting down and stripping away all of the things in life that seemed unnecessary and getting back to basics. She wanted to take her love of surf and sports culture and build something that was clean, simple and iconic, just like Bondi Beach. That something was First Base. 

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Swearhouse

When Alice Kok and Bart Baekelandt started Swearhouse in 2010 they had a lot of experience in the creative field as designer and illustrator. They wanted to start their own label to be able to sell their own products. They experimented with different media, materials and techniques, but it was not until 2011 that they designed and made their first kids clothes. 

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