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  • Klippan

    Klippan

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    The beautiful plaids and blankets from Klippan, a fairtrade brand, and are made from 100% natural materials such as organic cotton, eco wool, chenille cotton and bamboo. The natural resilience of wool keeps the plaids in good shape and thanks to the dirt-repellent and bactericidal properties of the material, they are also hypo-allergenic!

    THE MAKER.

    Klippan is a Swedish family business that was founded in 1879. Klippan is known for its high quality plaids in combination with beautiful design from various designers. Production takes place in their our own factories.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Because wool comes from sheep, it is a natural material and hardly harmful to the environment.

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  • Rhumaa

    Rhumaa

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    Everyone has different ideas about “green fashion”. For Rhumaa, a sustainable fashion brand, it means an honest, social and conscious approach to the production of their collections. By using high-quality natural quality fabrics that are comfortable and beautiful, plus respect for people and the environment, Rhumaa tries to contribute to a healthier and holistic world!

    THE MAKER.

    Rhumaa is an honest, social and sustainable fashion label, founded by Daniel Beernink in 2014. During an internship in the townships, he fell in love with South Africa and the creative wealth that the country has to offer. The idea arose to offer talented artists a platform and to translate their cultural and personal stories into fashion design. Rhumaa finds these stories in illustrations by talented artists from South Africa and are subtly incorporated into the collections by the designers of Rhumaa.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Did you know that 5% of every product sold goes to the Rhumaa Foundation? Rhumaa supports talent development programs in South Africa from the Foundation. And another one: did you know that Rhumaa in the South African language Xosa means “a new beginning”?

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  • Esperanza Sieraden

    Esperanza Sieraden

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    Esperanza is a brand that imports fair trade decorations and jewelry products from Latin America. Yet Fair Jewels is the jewelry line of Esperanza. Honest beautiful jewelry developed with their producers in Latin America. A product from Esperanza or a Yet Fair Jewel is more than just an article or silver jewelry. The Esperanza goal is to stimulate the economic independence of their producers. Both through personal and business development. Economic independence leads to self-reliance and a stronger position in society.

    THE MAKER.

    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. Every producer has his own specialty and skill, based on traditions that have been passed on from generation to generation. Esperanza has been working in Latin America for more than 20 years with families who manufacture modern products based on tradition and and traditional craftsmanship. Long-term trade relationships are a key element for Esperanza, which means that, in addition to obtaining a good income, the producer can develop their skills generally. This applies not only on a personal level, but certainly also for business qualities. In this way, a foundation is laid for better opportunities in the future, both for the international market and for local sales.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Yet Fair Jewels is the jewelry line of Esperanza. Honest beautiful jewelry developed with our producers in Latin America.
    A product from Esperanza or a Yet Fair Jewel is more than just an article or silver jewelry. The Esperanza goal is to stimulate the economic independence of our producers. Both through personal and business development. Economic independence leads to self-reliance and a stronger position in society. The product is the means to realize this.

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  • LangerChen

    LangerChen

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    Langerchen is a sustainable fashion brand that makes jackets.Thanks to the specially developed water-repellent softshell materials, the LangerChen women’s and men’s jackets can be worn all year round, whatever the weather. Ideal! This method of dust impregnation is poison-free, unlike most raincoats and outdoor clothing.

    THE MAKER.

    Founders Philipp Langer and Miranda Chen started this German-Chinese company in 2009 in Shanghai. The head office is now in Munich. With their JIECCO plant in Shanghai, LangerChen is one of the pioneers in fair production and working conditions in China.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    All organic materials have been specially developed by LangerChen using their own techniques!

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  • Studio Flash

    Studio Flash

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    Jolien and Joachim from Studio Flash are real self-taught artists who exchanged their career as a sociologist and photographer for a more hands-on maker’s life. Everything just happens in their own house, between the soup, the fries and kids (literally because their desk is also the nursery). With their story of daring and doing they want to inspire others to also experience the manufacturability of the world.

    THE MAKER.

    The Studio Flash letterpress cards are made with age-old letterpress techniques in the garage of a family somewhere in a small town in Flanders. So right from the makers to you. The colors are mixed by hand and everything is printed with a very labor-intensive process, so that each card is a bit different from the rest. Your unique piece of art!

    WIST JE DAT…?

    Did you know that the Studio Flash cards can also be found in Alaska? A nice local shop contacted them via Instagram and since then a packet of letterpress cards has been sent to Alaska.

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  • Komodo

    Komodo

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    Komodo is a sustainable fashion brand who gets its inspiration from Asia. The designers create an eclectic mix between Eastern and Western styles. The women’s collection consists of dresses, knitwear, jackets and coats, trousers and shorts, skirts and jumpsuits. For the men, Komodo makes T-shirts, shirts, knitwear, jackets and coats, trousers and shorts. In addition, Komodo has an accessory line for both men and women with hats, scarves, socks and shoes.

    THE MAKER.

    The Komodo label has its origins in Bali. From the founders love of traveling and having fun, he wanted to produce clothing in an honest way; with attention for the people who assemble the clothing on site and for the environmental effects of the materials used. The Komodo collections are designed in the London studio and manufactured in small factories in Indonesia, Nepal, India and China.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    For every bamboo garment or a pair of shoes that you buy, Komodo is planting a new bamboo tree in Bali.

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  • Invented 4 Kids

    Invented 4 Kids

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    It is something wonderful to shower with your baby. The only tricky thing is the fact that showers are very slippery. For this purpose Invented 4 Kids developed the Baby Shower Glove. As soon as the special cloth gets wet, the glove sticks to your skin and you will have a better grip on your baby!

    THE MAKER.

    Invented 4 Kids was founded by entrepreneur (and father) Guus Welling. His ultimate goal with Invented 4 Kids is to turn the best inventions into the best baby and children’s products.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The Baby Shower Glove won two Baby Innovation Awards in 2015!

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  • Royal Bamboo

    Royal Bamboo

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    Royal Bamboo, a sustainable fashion brand, originated from the slow fashion philosophy. From the beginning, founder Katja Buturlina has based her vision on the balance between ethics and aesthetics. This is about sustainability, social responsibility and love for what you do and make. Royal Bamboo basics are therefore made to love.

    THE MAKER.

    Royal Bamboo basics are easy, timeless and feminine & made from bamboo! This makes them extremely soft and therefore your little daily pampering moment. Because they are made of bamboo, the basics are also sustainable and that is very good for the environment. Bamboo grows without the use of pesticides and has enough rainfall. This collection is timeless and is designed in such a way that it is not limited to a season or trend.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The basics of Royal Bamboo retain their color even after 10 years! And you can wash them less often than cotton shirts. In this way you are double sustainable!

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  • Fair Forward

    Fair Forward

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    Since January 1th 2018 FairForward has joined forces with Eco Collection, tuyu and Tilingo Nepra. The unique new organisation will be focusing on fair trade home decoration and gift products. The combined experience and knowledge of the four organizations offers a wide range of trendy fair trade and sustainable produced gifts & living products. They offer opportunities for development to it’s producers in Africa, Asia and Latin-America. Their working methods are the result of decades of experience in working with promising producers as well as having consumers who are looking for a beautiful product with a story to it. It’s their specialty to bring these two worlds together.

    THE MAKER.

    In production the producers will have had each product in their hands. For instance the basket weavers in Bangladesh who work at home and deliver their orders once a week. Or the employees of a ceramic factory in Thailand where the working conditions are fully alright. And the glass blowers in Bolivia who are happy to work at a factory where it’s safe and comfortable to work. The ways the producers work together is as diverse as the products they produce. The similarity is they all live and work in a developing country in Africa, Asia or Latin-America, fall within a disadvantaged position and the fact they are organized to improve their situation. Separately they have no or hardly any access to the (international) market for their products: cooperating increases their chances.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    all players in the trading chain endeavour to minimize the environmental impact of production and trade by the responsible use of natural resources and the responsible management of waste.

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  • Retulp

    Retulp

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    The drinking bottles of the Dutch brand Retulp are made from partially recycled stainless steel. Retulp was established in 2014.

    THE MAKER.

    The plastic soup pollutes our oceans and needs to be tackled at the source and thus the use of plastic bottles should be reduced. Reusable drinking bottles are a great alternative. Make a reusable drinking bottle that is attractive will abandon the consumers habit of purchasing disposable bottles. Retulp was established in 2014 to carry out this mission. By using Retulp water bottles, thermo cups or bio water bottles you ensure that the enormous pile of plastic waste does not get bigger.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    When purchasing a Retulp bottle you are making sure that someone else is able to drink water elsewhere in the world. In 2017, Retulp ensured that 12 million liters of clean drinking water was donated to people in Africa and Indonesia. In 2018 no less than 14 million liters and in 2019 we will go for the 19 million liters of water. The donations are invested under the control of Aqua for All in water projects carried out by: Amref Flying Doctors, The Red Cross, Simavi and World Vision.

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  • V@T Amsterdam

    V@T Amsterdam

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    The unique pillows from V @ T Amsterdam, a sustainable interior brand, are made from European fabrics (micro-velvet), with an eye on sustainability and fair working conditions. The cushions are hair, dirt and moisture resistant. That is why they are, in addition to being wonderfully soft and beautiful, also super practical!

    THE MAKER.

    V @ T Amsterdam was founded in 2014 by Veronika Utasi. She is inspired by her love for craftsmanship, authenticity and sustainability. The cushions are made by a group of enthusiastic women who have fewer opportunities on the labor market due to a disability or their age.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    It takes about four hours to make one pillow!

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  • Toms

    Toms

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    TOMS, a sustainable shoe brand, originally started as a shoe company but has since its creation grown to a company that not just sells shoes but also eyewear, bags and even coffee. They work with a One for One business model. While traveling in Argentina in 2006, TOMS Founder Blake Mycoskie witnessed the hardships faced by children growing up without shoes. Wanting to help, he created TOMS Shoes, a company that would match every pair of shoes purchased with a new pair of shoes for a child in need. What began as a simple idea has evolved into a powerful business model that helps address needs and advances health, education and economic opportunity for children and their communities around the world. TOMS Eyewear was launched in 2011, and has helped restore sight to over 400,000 people in need. They give sight in 13 countries, providing prescription glasses, medical treatment and/or sight-saving surgery with each purchase of eyewear. So with every Tom’s purchase, you stand with them on an issues that matters.

    THE MAKER.

    They offer shoes with sustainable and vegan materials and are working to expand these offerings. These shoes include natural hemp, organic cotton, and/or recycled polyester. All of their shoe boxes are made from 80% recycled post-consumer waste and are printed with soy ink. Their commercial manufacturing base, which consists of third-party contractors, is located mostly in China and Vietnam. TOMS takes seriously the global efforts to end all kinds of forced labor, whether in the form of prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor, human trafficking or otherwise. At TOMS, they believe they have a responsibility to conduct their business in an ethical way. They expect the same from their business partners, and focus on working with long-term, strategic suppliers that demonstrate a commitment to engaging with their workers and ensuring safe working conditions and environmental responsibility.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    TOMS has impacted over 94,000,000 lives through their shoe, sight and water giving business model.

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