Natural environment finally becomes a serious topic of discussion for fashion brands. Brands work to meet customer expectations for low-impact clothing. Paradis Perdus proudly puts the planet first using fully recycled materials. This brand is a place where fashion meets consciousness.
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Bathed in the Italian sun: Interview with Lungomare
Founders of Lungomare, Gianni Bugli and Roberta Fabbri, proudly represent a belief that quality is always in fashion, just like their timeless, hand-made pieces. The nostalgic take on a summer on the Riviera Romagnola brings classic, comfortable forms that make people want to keep them forever. Fashionable today, tomorrow and...
Humanity needs your individuality: Interview with Escape Karma founder, Eleni Kadigkou
An art of living good. This short sentence summarises the motivations and goals behind Escape Karma, an online lifestyle magazine established by Eleni Kadigkou.
D’ORO: An Israelian Vegan Footwear Brand
An Israeli brand with a mission to provide women with comfortable, stylish footwear that is eco-conscious and sustainable.
Florette The Label: A solution-based brand to achieve instant elegance
A Malaysian brand that specialises in iron free, comfortable, wrinkle free, stretchable wrap dresses and so much more, at the heart of Florette The Label is the modern-day woman.
Meet Taline Postajian: A multifaceted boss lady
Ambitious, work minded and determined, Taline Postajian is the epitome of a lady boss who does it all; she’s an entrepreneur building "In The Posts", a boutique design studio focused on branding and social media management all the while working towards her business MBA. Please introduce yourself. Tell us...
Where The Wild Things Are: Designer interview with Roberta London
One of the most joyous things about fashion is that it demonstrates the beauty and the power of expression. And the connections and ties it builds in our lives. This is especially true with brands like Roberta London.
Alenkie: An Argentinan Eco-Warrior Brand
Focused in making the world a better place by benefitting both people and planet, Alenkie creates unique garments made from recycled ocean bottles as well as fishing nets. Therefore, the brand truly is a sustainable force for change, using 100% organic fabrics and recycled materials all the while creating clothes...
A Family Affair: An Interview with the Designer’s Behind Curse
The name Curse is an oxymoron for the aesthetic of this brand; which can only be described as a fairy-tale meeting between 1970s pop culture and the best of Edwardian high fashion.
Trame di Stile, contributing to the green fashion revolution with natural fabrics
Trame di Stile is a made in Italy brand which follows the philosophy of sustainability by using completely innovative and eco sustainable materials to create their one of a kind, unique, pieces.
CRU LE: The Perfect Capsule Collection
Eco-conscious designer, Letizia Cruciani, designs sophisticated clothes exclusively made in Italy. Created with minimalism and sustainability in mind, CRU LE provides a classic yet contemporary capsule wardrobe for the sophisticated woman.
Aurore Lingerie: A celebration of sensuality and femineity
Exploring the notions of desire and tasteful provocation while maintaining a focus on quality and comfort, Aurore is an empowering brand thar creates ‘feel good lingerie.’
Moda de la Maria: An Interview With Designer Maria Ruseva
Moda de la Maria makes modern classics. Designer Maria Ruseva is an expert at giving timeless styles a modern twist with tailored silhouettes and colourful finishes.
GeeGee Collection: Handcrafted to Perfection
A contemporary British womenswear brand founded in 2019 based on the principles of creating one of a kind luxury outerwear garments, entirely crafted by hand.
Luxe Loungewear: Sofa to Soirée
Rebecca J Miller takes us through her vision for her new loungewear collection – the journey from ‘sofa to soirée’.
Cycling Up and Up: The Story of DZAINO
Imagine a brand, whose material transportation is done by bicycle. For a global perspective this may sound utopic but for a local brand in Berlin, whose products are mostly upcycled from jeans, this is reality.