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  • Brixtol

    Brixtol

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    PRODUCTLINE.

    Brixtol Textiles is a sustainable fashion brand that started in a small kitchen in Stockholm, Sweden circa 2011 by two longtime friends Gustav Kjellander and Emil Holmström. The idea of parting with tradition and breaking the convention fuelled the birth of the brand and it manifested in the shape of quality clothing inspired by a combination of British workwear and the 1960’s mod culture. The garments are made of recycled wool. This wool is made out of collected used garments and production waste. The collected wool is then shredded into individual fibers and spun into new yarn. In this way they can save energy, water and decrease chemical pollution by minimizing the production of wool.

    THE MAKER.

    The duo behing Brixtol Textiles set out on a journey that eventually led them to the British Midlands, home of world leading manufacturers in traditional British outerwear. The result of this unconventional relationship is Brixtol – alternative classics for the independent and brave. The concept of exploring one’s individuality, continuous reinvention and rejecting the dull, the timid and the old-fashioned play a central role in the mindset of Brixtol.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The name “Brixtol” is a combination of the south district in London called Brixton and the city of Bristol. Brixton, an area where bands such as The Clash has their roots and the City of Bristol, which is one of the true hangouts for the 1960´s mods.

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  • Tretorn

    Tretorn

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    Tretorn is a sustainable fashion brand and an innovation driven company with high quality, functional and contemporary products in mind — it’s been a part of their DNA since 1891. Their Eco Essential rainwear merges the best from their heritage with new innovative and circular fabrics to create the future of responsible rainwear made for urban exploration. They look at sustainable innovation not only as a process to create new products. In everything they do, sustainability is key. For them, it means creating an organization and business system that provides for quality of life, while being resilient with the environment and its resources. A sustainable company is one that resembles an organic system where all of resources (human, natural and economic) are renewed and in balance for perpetuity.

    THE MAKER.

    Tretorn was founded in Helsingborg, Sweden in 1891, and has come a long way since. Today, you can find this brand in stores all over the world, but they remain committed to their living heritage in Sweden. For them, this means proven expertise in creating products that can withstand Scandinavian weather without getting in the way of everyday life. It also means creating products that are stylish and worn equally by city-dwellers and nature-lovers. Ultimately, Tretorn is about celebrating both style and practicality. In 1896, five years after the start they produced 1 million pairs of galoshes in Helsingborg and in 1900, they produced their first sneakers. Looking back they have pioneered the sneaker, the rubber boot and even the tennis ball for more than 120 years. They have been synonymous with the sport for the century. From their first rubber boots to the world’s first luxurious tennis sneakers.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    They have pioneered the sneaker, the rubber boot and even the tennis ball for more than 120 years.

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  • Thinking Mu

    Thinking Mu

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    This Spanish sustainable fashion brand makes clothing for both men and women. Their t-shirts and sweaters feature colorful prints and humorous texts. For these unique prints, this brand often works with graffiti artists and graphic designers such as Cachete Jack and Cocolia. In addition to clothing, they also make bags, glasses and shoes.

    THE MAKER.

    Thinking Mu was founded in 2010 by four friends in Barcelona. Their motto is: “Life is an attitude.” Positive thinking, respect, sustainability, friendships and attention to the small things that make life so fantastic, that is the message that Thinking Mu wants to spread.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    To protect the almost extinct Xisqueta sheep in the Pyrenees, Thinking MU cooperates with the Obrador Xisqueta foundation.

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  • Klitmøller

    Klitmøller

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    Klitmøller Collective is a lifestyle and sustainable fashion brand that was established in 2013. Their ideas originate from encounters, journeys and casual gatherings from a lifetime of generations, bound together by the sea in and around Klitmøller. They design for people who are drawn to the raw Nordic nature. Their aim is to design and produce things that last – in combination with quality materials and with a sustainable approach to materials, production and look.

    THE MAKER.

    For their collection they use very high quality organic cotton, linen and natural fibres such as merino and lambswool. They currently produce in Portugal and Germany at smaller, mostly family owned, factories, that they visit on a regular basis. The factories have a high standard in workmanship, ethics and the workers earn a fair pay. The regulations for waste materials are also more strict in Europe, than in most other parts of the world. They are on a mission to deliver all our products in recycled paper bags and cartons. They have started this process and aim to pack and deliver in packaging that leave as little impact as possible.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    At their warehouse, office and shop they make sure all packaging is re-used and recycled.

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  • Foundation ZOdIEZiJN

    Foundation ZOdIEZiJN

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    ZOdIEZiJN Foundation is a nationally independent foundation that links design and commerce to daytime activities for people with a (mental) disability. They believe that every person has value for society and should get appreciation for their work. This will help them grow as a person and making meaningful products is the basis for this. The makers behind ZOdIEZijn create original and inspiring must-haves with a-brand status.

    THE MAKER.

    The makers of Zodiezijn have a (mental) disability. The equipment and knowledge of traditional techniques are available for day care in a care institutions. Products are made from sustainable materials such as clay and paper. These Dutch designers have taken up the challenge to develop products to their standard of design under the condition that they can be produced with simple actions. The individual characteristics of the products let you know that it has been created with heart and soul.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The profits from Zodiezijn are used for the development of expertise and investments in daytime care projects.

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  • Snurk

    Snurk

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    Snurk creates beautiful, imaginative prints for bedding and homewear. Made with their own hands, camera and photoshop. Driven to give new meaning to the art of doing nothing. Snurk is a sustainable fashion brand that only uses organic cotton which is sustainably produced in Portugal. By being awake and conscious of their own impact on the environment, they can make others sleep better.

    THE MAKER.

    SNURK is designed in Amsterdam and produced in the Porto area in Portugal. They work closely with a number of fixed, relatively small factories and confection centers in this area. They visit these places 4 times a year. This guarantees the quality of the prints and their business relationships. They print both using screen printing and digital printing.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Did you know that they have a collection for women, men, children and even babies?

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  • P.F. Candle Co

    P.F. Candle Co

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    After losing her publishing job in New York during the recession in 2008, Kristen headed to Texas – a DIY hub with a cheaper cost of living. This is where she met Tom and started an Etsy shop and eventually became business partners.  P.F. Candle Co. is a sustainable and vegan independent fragrance brand from Los Angels, owned and operated by wife-and-husband team Kristen Pumphrey and Thomas Neuberger. Since their founding in 2008, P.F. has grown from a one-woman operation to a team of over 60 people, making candles, reed diffusers, incense, and more. From a studio apartment operation to a globally recognized brand. With no formal business degrees or experience, this company has been built by the spirit of grit, passion, and DIY.

    THE MAKER.

    The entire collection is vegan, cruelty-free, and phthalate-free – always. All of their candles are made with 100% domestically-grown soy wax. While their production methods have improved over the years, something that has not changed is the people behind these products. All of their products are developed, produced, tested, packed, and shipped by their team out of their own warehouse in Los Angels.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Kristen named the business after her DIY blog called Pommes Frites, which is a play to her last name Pumphrey.

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  • hello dai

    hello dai

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    At hello dai all jewelry is made by hand in the studio of Marike & Nicolette in Amsterdam. They use mostly natural and vintage materials to produce their collection. The work only with sterling silver (925, 1st grade) and gold filled material. This material contains 100x more 14k gold than gold plated material, and thus cannot easily wear off. You can therefore enjoy your hello day jewelry for much longer. Because everything is made by hand by the owners, everything goes directly through their hands, whereby they pay a lot of attention to the finishing touches and the smallest detail to ensure the highest quality is delivered.

    THE MAKER.

    Marike & Nicolette find their inspiration for their designs in nature and the world around us. The simple perfection that you see in the Japanese culture is also a great source of inspiration to their collection. The name hello dai also finds its origin in the Japanese culture, meaning to shine and sparkle. With their jewelry line they want to make everyone shine in a subtle way.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Life is already serious enough and therfore you will often find a little statement towards simplicity in their jewelry.

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  • Flawed

    Flawed

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    Flaws make a thing or a person unique. It gives character, making it more interesting and one of a kind. Flawed is a sustainable and fair-trade jewelry brand that makes every piece by hand. One by one. All unique. Your piece of jewelry will always be a little different than your friends’.  Designed with the greatest attention to detail, while still allowing for tiny imperfections. Imperfections that give your ring character and quality. The quality you only get from a true craftsman, doing what he loves most. That is why Flawed makes every item unique, in a world where almost everything comes out of a factory.

    THE MAKER.

    There are no factories involved. The silversmiths have the perfect work life balance and they are a lot happier compared to our individualistic lifestyle! The Balinese learn their craftsmanship – for example silver – from their family and give it through. For example Wayan in the picture; he started making silver from when he was 10 years old. He liked it back than and he still does, with all his heart. Your jewelry is made with love. The Flawed collection has minimalistic, geometric shapes and is basic but classy.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The silversmiths work from their homes, in their gardens and close to their family.

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  • Nudie Jeans

    Nudie Jeans

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    Nudie Jeans is a sustainable fashion brand. Their jeans are not designed to be used a few times and then thrown away. Nudie Jeans cherishes the well-worn and mended. Jeans that become a part of ourselves when worn a long time – a second skin. A pair of dry denim jeans is the materialized version of our values: No extra treatment or washes. Made with 100% organic cotton.

    THE MAKER.

    They work only with suppliers that share their values. Together with Fair Wear Foundation they ensure safe and ethical working conditions across the whole line of production.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    They are using old Nudie Jeans brought in by customers, in different ways.

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  • Lie Gourmet

    Lie Gourmet

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    Lie Gourmet is an organic food brand with Scandinavian roots that has a broad collection of food items with a cool, unique design. The combinations of ingredients come from France and are also tasteful and distinctive. Their products have no artificial additives, a large part of the assortment is gluten-free and all packaging is recyclable and re-usable.

    THE MAKER.

    Many years ago, founder Caroline Lie Korsgaard lost her heart in France. She fell in love with the good quality ingredients, the gastronomy of everyday life, with la vie française. Today, her passion and sense of taste and aesthetics are at the heart of the Danish brand LIE GOURMET, where the inspiration for the exquisite delicacies comes largely from the French cuisine.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    They are without artificial additives and conservatives. There is also a variety of products without gluten and lactose.

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  • Brixtol

    Brixtol

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    PRODUCTLINE.

    Brixtol Textiles is a sustainable fashion brand that started in a small kitchen in Stockholm, Sweden circa 2011 by two longtime friends Gustav Kjellander and Emil Holmström. The idea of parting with tradition and breaking the convention fuelled the birth of the brand and it manifested in the shape of quality clothing inspired by a combination of British workwear and the 1960’s mod culture. The garments are made of recycled wool. This wool is made out of collected used garments and production waste. The collected wool is then shredded into individual fibers and spun into new yarn. In this way they can save energy, water and decrease chemical pollution by minimizing the production of wool.

    THE MAKER.

    The duo behing Brixtol Textiles set out on a journey that eventually led them to the British Midlands, home of world leading manufacturers in traditional British outerwear. The result of this unconventional relationship is Brixtol – alternative classics for the independent and brave. The concept of exploring one’s individuality, continuous reinvention and rejecting the dull, the timid and the old-fashioned play a central role in the mindset of Brixtol.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The name “Brixtol” is a combination of the south district in London called Brixton and the city of Bristol. Brixton, an area where bands such as The Clash has their roots and the City of Bristol, which is one of the true hangouts for the 1960´s mods.

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