Ich hatte eine tolle Zeit auf der Fashion Week letzte Woche. Tolle Gespräche mit tollen Menschen, beeindruckende Events und aufregende, nachhaltige Designs. Es war wirklich die beste Modewoche, die ich je hatte. Vielleicht liegt es auch daran, dass ich mich fast nur auf dem Green Showroom und der Ethical Fashion Show rumgetrieben habe. Mehr zu meinen Erfahrungen aber morgen. Heute wollte ich euch fünf Fair Fashion Labels vorstellen, die für mich neu waren und die ich genauer auf der Fashion Week begutachten konnte. Mit dabei: Noumenon, esthétique, mila.vert, Jungle Folk und cossac. Viel Spaß mit den Infos und Bildern:
I had a great time at Fashion Week last week. Great conversations with great people, impressive events and exciting, sustainable designs. It was really the best fashion week I’ve ever had. Perhaps this is due to the fact that I’ve almost exclusively visited the Green Showroom and the Ethical Fashion Show. More about my experiences tomorrow. Today I wanted to introduce you to five fair fashion labels that are new to me and which I was able to check out for myself at Fashion Week. Amongst them: Noumenon, esthétique, mila.vert, Jungle Folk and cossac. I hope you enjoy the info about the brands and lots of pictures:
Noumenon – Netherlands, prices: 50 – 380 Euros
design and quality are key. They believe that fashion is even more beautiful when created ethically and cruelty-free. Upcycling and sustainable materials are very important for the brand. In their new collection 50 percent is made from surplus furniture fabrics.
works with handicapped people in a creative and fair way. They produce unique pieces with great, organic, quality. Their values include diversity, respect, and beauty. Every piece is produced in Duisburg, Germany.
is a sustainable fashion label from Slovenia with minimalist and timeless designs. A real eyecatcher was this dress made from Austrian linen!
The swiss sustainable label Jungle Folk
knows how to create versatile pieces that can be combined many different ways. They employ artisans and sewers in Colombia who work in small workshops in the barrios of the city. Mostly they work with women heads of family to help them to sustain their family and kids.
cossac – England, prices: 32 – 163 Euros
Designed in London and made in Europe, COSSAC
promotes the minimalistic concept of Capsule Wardrobes. Sustainably designed and ethically produced, each quality garment is intended to be transeasonal, with the aim of minimising wastefulness and maximising usefulness.