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THE BLOG OF A MAN WHO TRIES TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY (AMONG OTHERS).

From coffee bags to contemporary and sustainable fashion. Sylvia Calvo shows through her designs her ability to transform jute into wonderful dresses, jackets and waistcoats with a Chanelien/Loewien remembrance.

The Balzac jacket, by Sylvia Calvo.

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Monkee Genes create superior denim and apparel, carefully sourced and made with conscience; providing safe working conditions and a decent living wage. Besides, they work with organic fibre, protecting as well local water systems from pollution.

Monkee Genes, the ultimate denim.

Make your choices sustain our future world.

What you wear matters, your clothes count.

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Knowledge Cotton Apparel and their fine expertise

KnowledgeCotton Apparel origins come from the Danish city Herning, where in 1969 Jorgen Morup along with his father started in the fashion industry, with the idea of working in the sector in a sustainable manner.

A month ago, I was lucky enough and honored to be able to present the second edition of the Post Industrial Fashion Show 2018 (hereinafter PIFS); October the 13th in the Nau Bostik of Barcelona.

Post Industrial Fashion Show 2018

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The X4 and X5 totebags, by Back To Eco

By My Eco are pioneers in upcycling in the Barcelona fashion scene. They have created Back To Eco, a line of handbags and accessories designed from recirculated  jeans, and made with the collaboration of social entities.

In Proof, they always strive to give back to those around, selling high quality products and doing something beneficial for the ones in need. A portion of each purchase goes to a a worthy cause they chose.

Proof Eyewear, the frames that give back.

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The products of Lost In Samsara are handcrafted by skilled artisans who come from underprivileged backgrounds. Their purchase empowers these people to rise above poverty.

Lost In Samsara, the recycled faux leather backpack.

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GrünBAG, reuse of materials for carrying on with a better world.

The products of GrünBAG are handcrafted from waste into beautiful and useful pieces. By their production, the company is eliminating unpurposed materials and improving their environmental impact.

They use first quality materials so that their garments have great durability, and thus reduce the production of waste derived from the low quality in clothing, usual in the fast fashion industry.

GRAPE Menswear: quality, elegance and style, while being sustainable.

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LUSH: Natural quality in every product.

Lush is a pioneer in the production and creation of natural cosmetics. Its self-preservative products are conceived from the beginning with elements from fruits and vegetables of the highest quality.

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