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Why to buy:İKİKIZ is a Turkish sustainable resortwear brand that designs effortless timeless looks for conscious-minded people. They believe that each body is unique like the parts of nature. That is why they strive for everyone to embrace their 'uniqueness', accept themselves as they are, and believe that imperfection is the new perfection.
The Austrian company Fulmarix is seller of IKIKIZ in Europe.
What we love: You will find products like yourself rather than trendy ones in İKİKIZ. The brand knows that protecting nature means protecting ourselves. Therefore, their biggest inspiration is to establish their main philosophy by adopting the sustainability movement, ethical and slow fashion understanding.
Blended with natural linen and cotton fibres and woven slowly, the Saks Blue Mini Bustier has a structure that adapts to all sizes.
Why to buy: The Captain Socks is a unique sneakers brand that sets itself apart from the rest by prioritizing sustainable and ethical values in their manufacturing process. They have made a conscious effort to reduce their carbon footprint and minimize environmental impact, while ensuring fair labor practices and worker welfare. The brand is committed to using eco-friendly materials, such as recycled plastics, organic cotton and Appleskin, to produce their high-quality sneakers.
Additionally, The Captain Socks has implemented strict ethical standards across their supply chain, from the sourcing of materials to the production and distribution of their products.
What we love: Designed in Porto and handcrafted in Guimarães, Portugal, the new vegan sneakers from The Captain Socks are PETA Approved and made with innovative materials that are sustainable and eco-friendly. The upper is made of water-resistant Apple Leather, a unique material that uses fibers derived from processing waste from apples to reproduce the texture and characteristics of leather. The laces are made of GOTS organic cotton, and the lining is made from OEKO-Tex microfiber.
As The Captain Socks always produce their sneakers in small quantities to ensure quality and exclusivity, pre-order now to support a small business that is making a significant effort to create a better world.
Price: 169 € | $179 USD
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Why to buy it: Years ago, Perpetummobile discovered a closed warehouse in the centre of Barcelona with damask, floral and striped fabrics that had once been used to cover mattresses and upholster furniture.
The social company used them to make household items and accessories. Now Perpetummobile presents two collections of clothing, using not the original fabrics but printing those that had proved to be best sellers. Their aesthetics, print and colors compose Perpetummobile's universe.
What we love: Perpetummobile is a social company with a business model that seeks an economic benefit to promote the training of people who need a second chance.
This loose-fitting, straight-cut Perpetummobile dress with Japanese motifs can be cinched at the waist with a large bow made of the same fabric. The yoke at the shoulders is ruched to give the dress its drape. It is made with 100% European cotton, woven and printed in Spain. Created in Perpetummobile's social workshop in Bilbao.
Price: 120 € | $128 USD
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Why to Buy: Malo, the historic Florentine Maison specializing in cashmere knitwear, has long been recognized for its unwavering commitment to sustainability. With its latest collection, "The Art of Earth", Malo continues to champion sustainable practices, materials, and projects.
Malo's SS23 collection, "The Art of Earth," is inspired by the transformation and modeling of elements and the patient work of stylistic research on African origins. The collection is a tribute to the creativity, transformation, and life itself that springs from substance.
What we love: "The Art of Earth" features unisex sweaters with grainy knit stitches inspired by the weaves of Masai mats, mirrored motifs such as tribal embroideries, stitches inspired by Congo fishermen's nets, and soft and full cashmere tapes with details of great value. Malo’s new collection also features sustainable choices in materials, methods, and projects, such as the malfilé cotton, made from 24% pre-consumer recycled fibers and is GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified, and hemp, a natural fiber with extraordinary thermal insulating, transpiring, and antibacterial properties.
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