• 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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  • LangerChen

    LangerChen

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    Thanks to the specially developed water-repellent softshell materials, the LangerChen women’s and men’s jackets can be worn all year round, regardless of the weather conditions. Perfect! This method of dust impregnation is non-toxic, 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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  • Fresk

    Fresk

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    Fresk is a Dutch sustainable brand with special baby products. Fresk’s baby collection is fresh, sweet, stubborn and a bit retro. From pajamas to travel sleeping bags that can be used multifunctionally. Fresk combines Dutch design with a touch of Scandinavian design. The Fresk collection is designed with great care and attention in the Netherlands and produced sustainably in Europe.

    THE MAKER.

    Fresk uses organic cotton for their products. Organic cotton is wonderfully soft for baby skin and ensures a great fit and great wearing comfort. Fresk chooses to make honest products. They believe it is important to deal responsibly with our living environment. That is also why they use organic cotton. Their products have received the GOTS quality mark, a worldwide quality mark that guarantees the production and processing of organic cotton.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Fresk is Scandinavian for fresh. Fresk stands for a fresh breeze, a new beginning.

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  • Wunderwerk

    Wunderwerk

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    Wunderwerk, a sustainable fashion brand, offers a full line of women’s and men’s clothing that is supplemented in the winter season with accessories such as scarves and hats. The style can be described as stylish fashion basics with a luxurious look, combined with more distinct and contemporary silhouettes.

    THE MAKER.

    This German label was founded in 2012 by surf and ocean lovers Tim and Heiko. This is the reason why they do not want to use synthetic materials in their collection. The cool thing about Wunderwerk is that the founders live so consciously that they look for an attractive alternative for everything: for example, all items are delivered in protective covers made of biodegradable paper. This saves a huge amount of plastic on an annual basis!

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    Only 10 liters of water is used to make the Wunderwerk jeans, which can then be returned to nature completely clean!

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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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  • 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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  • Rhumaa

    Rhumaa

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    Everyone has different idea about “green fashion”. For the sustainable fashion brand Rhumaa, it means an honest, social and conscious approach to the production of their collections. By making use of 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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  • People Tree

    People Tree

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    With respect for traditional craftsmanship, sustainable fashion brand People Tree brings you a modern, feminine clothing collection with a wide range of stylish dresses, pants, shirts and sweaters, in delightful fits and with bold ‘all over’ prints. This collection is complemented by a handmade accessory line and sporty basics.

    THE MAKER.

    For more than 25 years, this ethical fashion pioneer, led by founder and inspirational speaker Safia Minney, has been committed to, in addition to designing beautiful collections, the lives and environment of the people in developing countries who have the collections to improve.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The documentary The True Cost about the effects of the clothing industry on people and the environment was partly created by People Tree, a must-see!

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