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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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  • 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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  • Brixtol

    Brixtol

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    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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  • 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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  • Ecoalf

    Ecoalf

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    The concept of the brand came after the birth of Javier Goyeneche’s son, Alfredo. ECOALF was born in 2009 when Javier was reflecting upon the world thinking about what we would leave to the next generation. With his frustration about the excessive use of the world’s natural resources, his idea was born to create a fashion brand that is truly sustainable. By integrating breakthrough technology ECOALF creates clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials. The brand represents the fabrics for the future generations.

    THE MAKER.

    In 2015, Ecoalf, through its own Foundation as well as the support from the HAP Foundation, embarked on its most ambitious project: Upcycling the Oceans. This is a worldwide adventure that will help remove marine debris from the bottom of the oceans thanks to the support of local fishermen. The revolutionary project aims to be replicated all over the world and its main objective is to recover trash that is destroying the sea, and transform it into top quality yarn to produce garments. This pioneering initiative has three objectives: to remove litter that damages marine ecosystems from our seas, giving a second life to recovered waste with a circular economy view, and raising awareness about the global issue that marine litter presents.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    ECOALF is called after Javier’s son Alfredo.

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  • We Love The Planet

    We Love The Planet

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    At We Love The Planet, an organic deodorant brand, they really love the planet. They insist on choosing the most natural and responsible way for every product they make, every order they pack, and every action they perform.

    THE MAKER.

    Their cream deodorant is made in Noord-Holland by a natural producer. All ingredients are certified and are carefully selected time and time again, and for every production they look for the best natural products. As a result, every product will never be exactly the same. Nature at its finest!

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Despite its small size, the deodorant lasts up to two to three months.

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  • Alchemist

    Alchemist

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    Caroline Mewe is the founder of Alchemist. On Terschelling, where she grew up, nature is not very far away and people live with an eye for their environment. The light of the island, the colors, the skies and the balance between people and the environment: she has taken it all into account in her way of working. Caroline works in Amsterdam and combines the influences of her youth with the inspiration she gets from the city. Her designs carry light, radiate something fragile and at the same time are cool and chic.

    THE MAKER.

    Alchemist makes high-end fashion, beautiful clothing that is made from sustainable fabrics. “Fashion is personal, it shows who you are. Clothing comes very close, of course, you wear it on your skin. Then you don’t want to wear something that has been put together in a bad way? We believe that people are not isolated beings, but are connected to their environment. According to the story, alchemists searched for the formula to make gold. They wanted to turn the ordinary into the most beautiful. By melting loose fabrics together they wanted to make the highest attainable. Alchemist follows this idea and believes that chemistry starts when the different elements come into contact with each other.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    A few years ago, they set themselves the goal of reducing their CO2 emissions. To achieve that, they wanted to return their production to Europe as much as possible in which they highly succeeded. They now produce around 80% in Portugal, 5% in Macedonia and another 15% in Delhi, India.

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  • Wewood

    Wewood

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    WeWOOD is an Italian sustainable brand, founded in 2009 in Florence, a city known for its art, beauty and creativity. WeWOOD combines the Italian ability to design unique objects with the need for more care and attention for our planet.

    THE MAKER.

    WeWOOD makes wooden watches from recycled wood. It was the first watch brand made entirely of wood and completely free of toxic and artificial materials. WeWOOD works together with Trees For The Future to plant trees for every wooden watch that is sold.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

     WeWOOD has planted more than 600,000 trees since 2011 and the goal is to reach 1 million by 2020.

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  • Global Affairs

    Global Affairs

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    In 1998 Annete Klein Bog made her hobby of traveling the world into a day job. She started a fair-trade kids brand by importing lifestyle products, kids toys and home accessories from India and China. Marije Couprie is their in-house designer, who is in charge of developing the Global Affairs collection. This collection mainly consists of cuddle toys (knitted, stitched and woven fabrics), fashion- and hair accessories for children and felt decorations. They collaborate with leading designers such as Christian Borstlap. He developed the concept for Plentimals, which is marketed and produced by Global Affairs. After just having celebrated their 20th anniversary, they are proud to say they now sell their collection to retailers all over the world. This includes small independent boutiques, large warehouses and hotels, but also famous museums such as TATE Britain Modern, Musée Fondation Louis Vuitton, Centre Pompidou, MOMA and Bauhaus.

    THE MAKER.

    Their suppliers are based in China, Peru, Sri Lanka and India. Most of their products are handmade. They work with small scale producers, mostly led by woman, which they visit on a regular basis. This is in order to build and maintain a strong working relationship, but also to assure a production according to their standards: sustainable and a good working environment. They work with certified suppliers only.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    That they also personalize items from their own collection (adjusted design, own logo and packaging).

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  • Modern Druids

    Modern Druids

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    Modern Druids is a vegan beauty brand with a line of deodorants, founded in 2014 in Amsterdam. They produce a cream deodorant made from only pure and organic ingredients. It is super effective and the best thing is that it doesn’t contain any nasty chemicals or aluminum salts. At Modern Druids they strongly believe that you are not only what you eat, but also what you put on your skin.

    THE MAKER.

    Their mission is to make organic, vegan skincare the norm by bringing you pure, simple yet effective products that don’t harm your health, the environment or animals.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Their packaging is made from durable and recycled PET, manufactered in The Netherlands, and can be recycled over and over again.

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  • Frisur

    Frisur

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    The focus of sustainable fashion brand Frisur is on classic designs, quality and carefully selected materials. Each collection consists of a women’s and men’s line, always looking for relevance within the current fashion scene. Every season this label offers an extensive range of clothing, shoes and accessories, each with a unique underlying concept.

    THE MAKER.

    Stephan Sunder-Plasmann and Thies Meyer founded the brand in 2007 in their home port in northern Germany, close to the Danish border. They combine art, design, fashion and lifestyle. Frisur is committed to sustainability and only works with European suppliers. Seasonal collections are designed in Berlin and produced within the European Union, thus guaranteeing human rights and the environment.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Every season Frisur works together with a different European design studio and the designs that they design together form the starting point of the collections!

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  • Raselli

    Raselli

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    Raselli is a brand with organic herbal tea which is produced in the valleys of Valposchiavo in Switzerland. It is a real eyecatcher among tea brands with its funky colors.

    THE MAKER.

    Raselli organic herbal tea is a true delight for every tea lover and shows us the beauty of organically grown plants, flowers, and herbs. The Raselli family farm is located in Valposchiavo, Switserland. The family farm produces a diverse selection of organic herbs and flowers. The plants are harvested mechanically or by hand and dried gently. For years, the farm has been relying on organic quality for herbal and vegetable cultivation. The fields in Le Prese are cultivated with great care and according to strict rules of organic farming in order to guarantee the highest quality.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    Each blend has a unique design with a distinctive color and an animal that is characteristic of the Alpine area where the organic herbs are grown.

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