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Christiane Strobel

Christiane Strobel – constant clothing

With her label of the same name, Christiane Strobel relies on timeless, high-quality designs that will become long-term companions. With her sophisticated blouses, pants, dresses and jackets – designed in Cologne, eco-fair and socially produced in Marrakech – she wants to democratize quality and make sustainable design accessible to more people.

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ALICIA VICTORIA – less waste leather

Alicia Linz wants to stop wasting raw leather. How it works? For the timeless, classic bags of her label ALICIA VICTORIA, she uses leather with natural “flaws”. Instead of sorting out this unique raw material, it is used consistently. Vegetable tanned, produced transparently and (hopefully at some point) declared a design classic.

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NIKIN – TreeWear for a greener planet

Giving something back to nature with sustainable and fair streetwear was the founding idea of the Swiss brand NIKIN, which plants a tree for every sold product. With well over a million trees, Nikin has made his contribution to the reforestation of the earth.

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Naditum – timeless luxury bags

Malin Bernreuther worked as a womenswear designer in the luxury segment for over a decade before she launched her high-end bag label Naditum. Her motivation? Personal curiosity, the conviction that the market lacked a sustainable brand that could keep up with the luxury segment and the expansion of women’s networks.

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WEITER UNITED – High end bags

Anna Bermes gained several years of experience as a design assistant for the Karl Lagerfeld brand in Frankfurt before she spontaneously decided to stop looking for the perfect business bag and found her own brand for luxury business bags. Welcome, WEITER UNITED.

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Fair Couture

Fair Couture – Bags & Backpacks

Actually, Ben Bracher wanted to found a fair fashion label. Instead of bringing another brand onto the market, the Munich-based maker has been running his online shop Fair Couture since 2016, with which he gives exciting bag and backpack brands more visibility.

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Montreet – sustainable Outerwear

Nadine Schratzberger from Vienna has managed with Montreet (until the end of 2019: Nasch Sportswear) to develop a unisex jacket that not only meets the functional requirements of three sports, but is also at the forefront in terms of sustainability. The eye-catcher factor of your recyclable collections is provided by the Viennese artist BOICUT.

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Alexandra Svendsen


The ALEXANDRA SVENDSEN label was created in 2016 from her passion for handbags and the long-cherished wish to found her own company. What is behind the name? A handbag and wallet collection that is as minimalist as it is colorful, made from certified natural leather. Made 100 percent in Germany.

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ZAMT – good leather goods

Conscious, contemporary, but nonetheless timeless are the three adjectives that best describe the Berlin leather label ZAMT by Zisan Buga and Max Reinhardt. The two – the viewer will not be surprised – have a background in fashion and architecture. In their label, they have combined their love of detail with their love of nature.

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BETTIBAG – vintage bags with a wow factor

In addition to all the other loud and casual statement (upcycling) bags, there is now the limited BETTIBAG x GREENSTYLE Collection with the iconic GMUC Monstera and revolutionary claims. Because: Revolution, Act Now and Change are the order of the day. Shop now: Available now via GREENSTYLE selected

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Nata Y Limón

Nata Y Limón – social business

Marlene Walter and Anne Schneider worked for various NGOs in Guatemala and Costa Rica before founding their social business, Nata Y Limón. Their goal is to provide long-term support to indigenous women in Guatemala.

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