- Now online: Levi's starts resale service on secondhand.levi.com
- *** MCM launches the first sustainable sneakers for the fall / winter season 20/21 *** Veja tests store for repairs and recycling *** Munich Fabric Start becomes FabricDays (1-3.8.2020) *** The Berlin label Maison Hēroïne now uses recycled leather *** Second-hand online marketplace Rebelle publishes first re-sale report *** Emma Watson becomes chair of the “Sustainability Committee” of the supervisory board at Kering *** Wolford expands sustainable commitment *** TOMS works with CO2 -negative material *** *** QVC launches its own seal QVC Clean Beauty *** More visibility for poor women through new Head of Wholesale Greta Meyza ***
- Out now: a compostable capsule collection by Viktor & Rolf x Calida ***
At the Munich exhibition center we will celebrate Fashion together with exciting brands for five days from November 29th until Dezember 3rd.
Fashion that causes as little harm to the environment as possible.
Fashion that treats people along the supply chain with respect.
And above all fashion, which, despite all its sustainability, no longer has to hide behind conventional collections.
There will be delicious coffee from Vitaboni. Look forward to fashion, beauty and accessories from, among others 8000 Kicks, Angels Ambition, Another Brand, Aurhen, Combbags, Ever & Anon, Frijda Juni, Kranz, Kushel, Lama Living, Make Somebody Happy, manaomea, Myjama, Nat-2, Nou.Niss, Ringana, Softclox, Thies, Tinku, Viktoria&Viktor und Wellicious.
Partner of GREENSTYLE @ Heim+Handwerk
Only bad news are good news? nope There’s definitely enough bad news out there already. GREENSTYLE munich is all about good news. from the sustainable fashion scene. After all, we want to change something. And that only works if we look ahead. Anyone who is mentioned here does it better, so here is news from the GREENSTYLE Eco Brands, from the sustainable (blogger) community and from activists. Enjoy!
100% sustainable – 110% stylish. More than 160 #zeitgeist eco brands represent all facets of sustainable fashion: re- and upcycling, organic cotton, zero waste, closed cycles, local production and innovative materials such as pineapple, apple, coffee and rose viscose. Clever alternatives to classic consumption and shopping concepts such as second hand, rental and exchange models are also part of the sustainable GREENSTYLE portfolio. Discover now.
At the GREENSTYLE conferences, we discuss and define sustainable fashion from all sides. Where are we standing? Where do we want to go? How is change possible? What can politics do? What is the responsibility of the consumer? What has to change in the textile industry?
One thing is certain: the change must come from all directions. We talk to experts about this.