Sustainable Brand: SISSEL EDELBO:

The Danish brand SISSEL EDELBO makes stylish, trendy, and ethical clothes for women from vintage saris. The brand started out in 2004 by Jeanne Sissel and Christina Edelbo. They mixed their last names to named SISSEL EDELBO. The core of the brand is up-cycling vintage saris and turning them into beautiful new fashion items. Zero… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: SISSEL EDELBO:

No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Have you ever found yourself missing a sock after putting a pair in the laundry? This is very common. Researchers determined that the average person loses 1.3 socks each month and more than 15 per year. And with the average person living to 81 years of age, that adds up to a whopping 1,264 socks… Continue reading No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Sustainable Shoes For The Summer

When I was searching for a sustainable chunky shoe style I found the Portuguese footwear brand Nae. Nae means No Animal Exploitation. Cruelty-free, fair wages and good quality are very important for the brand. All of the products of Nae are manufacture in certified factories in Portugal, where employees are respected as well as the environment.… Continue reading Sustainable Shoes For The Summer

Sustainable Brand: Röhnisch

Spring is my favorite season to go back to working out regularly. With the sunny weather and the trees blooming everywhere, I find the motivation to get into my sports clothes and out of the door. Recently, I discovered the sustainable Danish brand 'Röhnisch' at the webshop http://www.watmooi.nl The Swedish brand Röhnisch makes stylish, trendy… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Röhnisch

Sustainable Brand: Teym

Scrolling down Instagram I found an Amsterdam based brand that caught my attention: Teym. As soon as I started researching I fell in love with their ethical vision. Sustainability, minimalism, and quality are at the core of Teym. The brand launches only one item per year. The goal is to create One Impeccable Wardrobe; one… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Teym

Sustainable Brand: Thinking Mu

Last summer during my stay in Mallorca I discovered the sustainable Spanish brand Thinking Mu. They sell clothes and accessories for man and woman. For their pieces, they use natural organic fabrics like hemp, cotton, merino wool, cashmere, banana fibers (made from banana leaves) and chrome-free leather. They also use recycled polyester from plastic bottles. By… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Thinking Mu

Sustainable Brand: Halla Halla

Summertime. Who doesn't love it? The perfect time to go to the beach, relax and sunbath. For this, I was looking for a sustainable swimsuit, and I discovered the Finnish swimwear brand Halla Halla. For their pieces, they use a fabric made from recycled plastic bottles and fishing nets found in the oceans. By this, Halla… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Halla Halla

7 Beachwear Brands That Use Recycled Materials

Summer is just around the corner. It's time to go to the beach, relax and sunbath. And of course, it's time to show off your summer body. Whether you prefer a bikini or a swimsuit, let's try to make this coming season a green one. How? By investing in sustainable swimwear brands. I discovered some… Continue reading 7 Beachwear Brands That Use Recycled Materials