Sustainable Fashion Story | Moroccan Summer



United for a fashion statement, this fashion story discovers some sustainable brands that are making the difference. Playful, romantic, soft  and more importantly, environmentally and socially aware.


Carla wears top and trousers made of organic cotton by TASSEL TALES. This sustainable brand, led by three sisters, delivers a narrative that empowers both the people behind the production and the women who wear them. From women for women. Slippers, inspired by the typical Moroccan babouche, are made of ethical handloom, raw silk from southern India,  and traded for a fair price in the souks of Marrakech. Slippers by TASSEL TALES too. 


Jewelry by COCII – hand-made with fair-trade certified gemstomes in their studio in Munich. Breezer Top by ZAVI made from breathable organic cotton  no pesticides, herbicides or toxic chemicals. ZAVI makes ethical clothing a strong alternative to fast fashion by ensuring they are desirable & accessible.


Cardigan 100% cashmere by STUDIO 163. These pieces are unique, fresh and classic, and are produced in limited numbers in a small workshop in Ulaanbaartar, Mongolia. The two designers, based in Munich, have next to their graphic design studio a little shop showcasing their finest cashmere garments. Organic cotton top by LOVJOY; and trousers by TAUPO.

Caftan by STEFANIE PIETSCH 100% tencel – made from natural resources. The caftan dresses are designed nearby Munich and are available only in limited editions. The brand designs durable, timeless garments manufactured with responsible use of resources. Soft and silky top by ZAVI 100% proviscose – made of wood cellulose.
Carla wears jumper and scarf by MAISON SUNEVE  from a collection fairly produced in Germany from Merino wool. Silk blouse by ethical, luxury brand AN AN LONDREE – printed by hand-screen printing.

Carla wears a dreamy, wide summer silk dress by AN AN LONDREE  printed by hand-screen printing.


T-shirt by CALIDA made of Tencel – which initial material is wood, processed in a closed-cycle making the shirt 100% compostable. Trousers by JULIA LEIFERT. Hat by SPATZ HUTDESIGN  100% handmade in the shop-studio located in Passau. The hats are available in limited numbers. Mule Slides sandals by NINE TO FIVE. The shoes' outside is cleanly produced, chrome-free tanned eco-leather produced in Europe; the inside is made of vegetable-tanned, chrome- and metal-free, undyed eco-leather; and the soles are made of Toflex rubber. The brand is based in Hamburg with production in Portugal. 


All the labels featured in this Fashion Editorial have a commitment to sustainability and a common desire: to converge ethics and aesthetics in the modern fashion industry.



Photographer GOLDA FRUHMANN 
Hair&Makeup Assistant PETRA SEYWALD
Prop Stylist LISA RUHWALD 
Special Thanks DAS ROSSO