Bags and accessories for those that are trendy AF but who also don’t want the world to blow up. Ahimsa Collective makes luxurious and sustainable products from waste materials such as pineapples (yep, we’re not even joking) and off-cuts from high-end fashion houses.
Incredibly cute dresses made from residual fabrics leftover from major fashion houses. Instead of ending up in landfills, these fabrics are repurposed for Christy Dawn’s gorrrrrrrrrg’ collections.
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Leggings that are made using 25 recycled plastic bottles, anyone? Or maybe a cosy crop top made in a sustainable material that ages just as well as fine wine?
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Lara Intimates work with a UK supplier that buys surplus luxury lingerie fabrics from around the world and brings them back to a warehouse in England. Bras that fit amazingly, are incredibly comfortable and come at reasonable prices? It does exist, and they come straight from Lara Intimates studio in London!
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Stefanija came up with the idea of finding and choosing vintage materials and unusable clothing and making them part of something new, usable, and maybe even decorative. Some of the clothing she now uses to embroider on is second hand. Some is made in Berlin, some in Poland and other countries in EU.
Passionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded Zero Waste Nest, as an attempt to demystify zero waste living. Her retirement plans are to adopt as many stray cats as she’s able to.
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