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  • ArmedAngels

    ArmedAngels

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    ArmedAngels is a sustainable fashion brand with the largest fair fashion collection on an annual basis for both men and women. In Germany, Armedangels is the market leader in sustainable fashion! With a great team it’s their mission to combine fair working conditions and sustainable, high quality materials with beautiful design. Instead of chasing the latest trends they focus on modern, contemporary collections.

    THE MAKER.

    After Martin Höfeler saw how miserable the textile industry looked behind the scenes, he decided to set up his own brand in 2007 to ensure fair, sustainable clothing. Initially, ArmedAngels started as a T-shirt company, but now this Cologne-based label produces all kinds of clothing.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Did you know that dutch celebrities like Arie Boomsma, Sanne Vogel and Nicolette Kluijver are fans of the casual women’s and men’s clothing of ArmedAngels.

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  • Uitgeverij Snor

    Uitgeverij Snor

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    Snor is one of the few independent publishers in the Netherlands, and is also run by two women: Claudette Halkes and Annemarieke Piers. For twelve years, Snor has been making cheerful, colorful lifestyle and other books that help make modern life more enjoyable. The office has always been in Utrecht and moved from Hooi & Stro next to the Griftpark to the Snorfabriek (a private initiative of Snor) and finally to Vechtclub XL.

    THE MAKER.

    Snor publishers make beautiful and cheerful books that you not only want to keep yourself, but also want to give as a gift. Snor thinks up the concepts for the books and searches for writers, illustrators and designers. Snor works together with Studio Boot, Marijke Buurlage, The Holy Kauw Company, Zilverblauw, Kirsten Jassies and Joyce Nafzger, Maartje Kuiper, Job, Joris & Marieke, Elsbeth Teeling (known from the Facebook group Club van Relaxte Moeders) and many others.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Did you know that in addition to books, they also make chocolate and that we organize the Snor festival twice a year, attracting more than 3000 visitors?

     

     

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  • Esgii

    Esgii

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    In Mongolia they know everything about harsh winters and this is exactly the reason why these sustainable slippers are made there. Esgii was established during a tour through Mongolia in August 2009. Esgii means felt in Mongolian. The founders came into contact with local people who were making felt products. Soon after the idea arose to import these beautiful products to the Netherlands in order to contribute to better living conditions for the Mongolian population. Esgii was officially established in May 2010.

    THE MAKER.

    The slippers from Esgii are made by individual producers, small companies, cooperatives and women’s groups in Mongolia that act according to the principles of Fair Trade.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Felt is used for everything in Mongolia, from shoes to tent cloths, because it has enormous benefits. It insulates and breathes at the same time, keeping you warm and not sweaty. Besides this, felt is dirt and water resistant.

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  • Esperanza

    Esperanza

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    Esperanza is a Fairtrade brand and wholesaler with a wide collection of fair trade articles from Latin America. A product from Esperanza is much more than just a product, there is an entire story behind it. Esperanza’s goal is to stimulate the economic independence of their producers. Both through personal and business development.

    THE MAKER.

    Talented glassblowers work together with Esperanza to combine Western trends with traditional craftsmanship in one product. In addition to glass, Esperanza offers a collection of earthenware sculptures. These are made by an Italian artist. These unique sculptures are only available in Europe via Esperanza. Mexico has a rich history of silver and silversmiths. Esperanza has set up a platform with a number of silver producers. The silver producers can use their knowledge and skills for the collection of Yet Fair Jewels, the jewelry line of Esperanza. Honest beautiful jewelry developed with the most skilled producers in Latin America.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Esperanza has been working in Latin America for more than 20 years on the basis of Fair Trade with families who manufacture modern products based on tradition and craftsmanship.

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  • Matt & Nat Shoes

    Matt & Nat Shoes

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    Matt & Nat is a Canadian vegan-leather bags and shoe brand which originates from Montreal. They do not work with leather, fur, wool, silk or any other product that comes from animals. Their vegan-leather is made from polyurethane, a strong type of plastic, which cannot be distinguished from real leather. Besides this, materials from recycled PET bottles and nylon, cork and rubber are used to produce their collection. For Matt & Nat the well-being of people, animals and the planet is key.

    THE MAKER.

    The name Matt & Nat stands for “Materials and Nature”. Their best quality vegan leather is produced in their factory in China. The mantra of Matt & Nat is: “live beautifully”, which for them means “live with respect for people and nature”.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    On average, 21 plastic bottles are recycled to create one bag. From 2016 up till now, Matt & Nat has recycled more than three million plastic bottles!

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  • Maium

    Maium

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    Maium is a sustainable fashion brand from Amsterdam that produces rainwear. True to the Dutch heritage, Maium merges contemporary fashion with innovative design. Two side zippers transform the jacket into a poncho. They make garments with a unique and timeless design and strive for quality in production and innovation.

    THE MAKER.

    Their rainwear is produced from recycled plastic bottles, does not contain any harmful substances and is manufactured under fair, safe and healthy working conditions.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    Make your day more fun: ring your bicycle bell when you see another Maium!

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  • Funny Paper

    Funny Paper

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    Funny paper is a sustainable brand that makes products for kids. All furniture from Funny Paper is produced with recycled cardboard and can be 100% reused.

    THE MAKER.

    Cheerful and sustainable paper products for children from two years. Easy to assemble and very safe to use. Make your own chair, table or playhouse and place all your dearest books in one of the book stands.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Children can assemble the furniture themselves without using, for example, scissors or glue.

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  • Soap-n-Scent

    Soap-n-Scent

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    Soap-n-Scent is an organic beauty brand that makes beautiful, high-quality and unique care products with the finest ingredients available. Only the purest essential oils are used, which are not only beneficial for the skin, but also help the mind relax (aromatherapy!).

    THE MAKER.

    Soap-n-Scent was founded by Mrs. Pimarn Tovanabootr in Thailand. From her garden, and with the help of local villagers, every unique bar of soap is made and cut by hand. No animal fats are used for the soap but only pure, vegetable oils.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The date stated on these beautiful gifts is the packaging date and NOT the expiry date! The soaps can be used for many years

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  • Dutch Harvest

    Dutch Harvest

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    Esther Molenwijk has been fascinated by the hemp plant. A sustainable crop that you can use for an endless amount of purposes. She decided to commit herself to the rediscovery of this plant. In the summer she works on a farm in Groningen helping with the hemp harvest and processing. Throughout the year she is regularly at the social workplace where the tea is processed and packed. And she also seizes every opportunity she gets to put the story of tea and this special plant all over the world.

    THE MAKER.

    Want to drink a completely different cup of tea? Then try Dutch Harvest hemp tea. This hemp comes from the Groningse fields, is biological and has a mild, pure taste. And no, you don’t get stoned from a cup of Dutch Harvest tea, but the tea does have a relaxing effect on body and mind. Try it pure or in one of the three special blends. They only use herbs, no aromas or other additives. Because nature itself has enough to offer!

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    the Netherlands used to be full of hemp, especially in the time of the VOC a lot of hemp was grown for the ropes and sails of the ships.

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  • LaSalle

    LaSalle

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    LaSalle is a sustainable fashion brand. The LaSalle collection consists of stylish and comfortable clothing for women. Suitable for daily use and of very good quality so that the clothing will last a very long time. The fabrics are specially chosen for their high quality and comfort. “Choose a nice piece of clothing and wear it with a clear conscience!”

    THE MAKER.

    LaSalle was founded in 1992 in the port of Amsterdam. Initially, LaSalle only sold knitwear with wool from Italy and Ireland. Art and Ana owners share their passion for fashion, but also love good food, wine and travel. Their journeys to exotic and foreign destinations have been the inspiration for their work for many years.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    You can not only eat or drink soy, you can also wear it! Take a good look at the LaSalle vests and dresses!

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  • A-dam Underwear

    A-dam Underwear

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    A boxer must sit comfortably. An A-dam Underwear boxer does that like no other. The perfect fit and the soft touch coating are the basis for this. The boxers are made from organic cotton and also have the highest worldwide certification, namely GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard). In addition, the products from A-dam Underwear are made under fair working conditions (BSCI label).

    THE MAKER.

    A-dam was the first man on earth and also invented the first original underwear: the fig leaf, more environmentally friendly is almost impossible. At A-dam, the two Dutch founders want to make the world less serious with humor and self-mockery, because everyone can use a smile.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The gentlemen have an office in Amsterdam-Oost and are often the models themselves for the cool advertisements of A-dam Underwear!

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  • Wooden Amsterdam

    Wooden Amsterdam

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    Wooden Amsterdam, a sustainable brand, integrates design, technology and nature. They offer innovative wooden products that lead to and maintain a sustainable environment. All their brands are selected for superior design and quality.

    THE MAKER.

    In 2016 they founded the brand Wooden Amsterdam with a love for traditional wood craftsmanship and our city of Amsterdam. Their collection ranges from kitchenware to beautifully welded decoration pieces for home or office. They like to use the symbols of Amsterdam in their designs and have an incredible eye for detail. With the focus on sustainably produced wood, they ensure that only the best quality is used for each product. From modern maple wood, charismatic walnut to deep red Padouk from Africa, they are fascinated by the unique properties of each type of wood they use.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    They donate 1% of their total income to Trees for All! Since 2017, they have already donated 349 trees, which is equivalent to absorbing 117 tonnes of CO2 per year.

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