Posts tagged organic cotton
Nuage Kids

Nuage means cloud in French. Clouds evoke the carefree days of childhood spent lying in the grass gazing at the sky. Imagination. Simplicity. Freedom. Nuage Kids is a small business based in the suburbs of Paris, France. Born out of a love for design, illustration, animals, nature and of course children. Founded by Jade Rae, an Australian designer/maker who has lived in France since 2010.

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Jackalo

Jackalo was founded by mother, maker and long-time environmentalist Marianna Sachse. Marianna was always happy to receive hand-me-downs for her kids, but noticed that they petered out as her son grew bigger. Kids are notoriously rough on their clothes, their pants don’t last a month, let alone an entire school year, without rips in the knees.

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Rabbit Hole

Katinka and Gabriëlle are an innovative design duo that have been successfully working together in baby and children's fashion for over 10 years. Because of their passion for design and sustainability in combination with their successful way of working together they decided to set up a brand with their own vision. This leap into the deep, their discovery of a circular system and their surprising designs is what Rabbit Hole stands for. With a nod to 'Alice in wonderland' down the rabbit hole; adventure to the unknown!

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TAKK Home

Takk means thank you in Icelandic.  For Dröfn Sigurðardóttir and Olla Gunnlaugsdóttir, the two founders of the Reykjavík-based label TAKK Home, there are many reasons to be grateful for. One of the most important one is to have a home in which one feels safe and full of happy moments. In 2016 they founded TAKK Home, a line of quality products for the home, with focus on simplicity, function, aesthetics and respect for the environment.

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The Rushing Hour

From the very start, The Rushing Hour has committed to innovation and humanity. They believe in creating positive change with minimal impact to the world. They don't believe fashion that gets replaced every season is "Good Design", but rather making quality garments that last season after season, with a sustainable and transparent process and ethical factories that look after the entire circular process from growing to yarn, from production to recycling.

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Fabelab

Fabelab, founded in 2013 by Michaela Weisskirchner-Barfod, is a playful organic Scandinavian children’s interior brand that believes in creating high quality, innovative and responsibly made products for a cosy and creative home. From their Copenhagen studio, they design products that encourage curiosity and imagination. The products are multipurpose and grow with the family, gathering stories and memories along the way.

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Chaykra

Priya and Divya Kukar had a vision of creating a yoga clothing brand combining comfort and style, while paying homage to yoga’s Indian roots and our heritage. Chaykra reflects their ‘Brindian’ identity, infusing classic British elegance with Indian vibrancy and color. All the clothes are made from breathable fabric and are super soft & comfortable to help you relax and have a truly energizing yoga practice.

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MORI

MORI, meaning forest in Japanese, is an innovative company that crafts the world’s softest and highest-quality baby clothes made sustainably. Founded by Akin Onal and Cameron Miller, MORI believes that every moment is worth embracing; from the sleep deprived times to the loving cuddles, every moment is important. That’s why they create products that help to welcome a baby into the world, with a gentle touch from natural materials.

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