Mother Barbara and daughter Sofia Geier design and manufacture Dungarees, denim jackets, jumpers, oversize shirts, shirt dresses as well as rucksacks, shoulder bags & Co. for their label Bad Seeds Italia in Neumarkt in South Tyrol. And from hemp.Continue reading
With his extra high demands on sustainability, wunderwerk founder Heiko Wunder does not always have it easy. It’s not about “easy” either. He wants to optimize what can be optimized and therefore for his brand, founded in 2013, consistently refrains from anything that harms people, animals or nature. The result? Sustainable style that easily plays in the big leagues.Continue reading
170 years ago the city of Nîmes supplied the first denim to the USA – for the famous Levi Strauss jeans. The target group at that time were the gold prospectors in California. That is why the fabric is still called denim today – “from Nîmes”. Today it is impossible to imagine our wardrobes without jeans. Unfortunately, jeans production is anything but harmless. For the environment and for us. The manufacture of a single pair of pants consumes up to 8,000 liters of water.Continue reading
Working with waste materials is an artistic technique. And against the background of ever scarcer resources, it is more a necessity than a fad. Dior has also discovered this for itself.Continue reading
Jeans on ice? Not only does this sound fun, but it is also revolutionary. Because instead of using environmentally harmful finishing methods for denim, the start-up DD Garment Solutions from Gmund uses the environmentally conscious and sustainable method developed in its own laboratory since 2018.Continue reading
After long preparation, Susanne Delling opened her denim design studio, ONE-OFFsue, in Kaarst at the beginning of 2019. She has been setting a stylish example against fast-moving trends with her unique denim pieces (named after beautiful islands) in all imaginable styles.Continue reading
Fashion has somehow always interested Dietrich Weigel. That’s why he did an apprenticeship as a tailor in haute couture and has worked his way through various stations in the fashion business. Today, he produces eco-fair denim styles from slim to flared and cropped to high waist for his label Goodsociety. Originally founded in the USA in 2007, Dietrich Weigel took over the label five years later and expanded it according to his own ideas. For Dietrich Weigl, sustainability does not stop at organic; it only begins there. Fair working conditions, no use of harmful chemicals and CO2-neutral work are self-evident with his eco-brand.
Spinning, weaving, dyeing and finishing yarns – Goodsociety has its production in Italy. Of course Dietrich Weigel knows all his suppliers personally. After all, this is all about transparency. This is why his cotton-growing partner farms in India, Pakistan and Turkey are inspected by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). His trousers are Peta Approved Vegan, the typical trouser back patch is not made of leather but of Alcantara. Buttons and rivets are 100 percent, the copper parts are 85 percent recycled metal.
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That sustainable lifestyle and social responsibility in connection with fashion work well was recognized early on at Goodsociety. This is why the eco-denim label donates around 25 percent of its profits to selected projects worldwide that protect nature and promote social development and individual freedom.
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What is when three visionaries meet with the urgent desire to do something better is unimaginable. In this case, a denim brand that produces in Saigon in fully fair and sustainable conditions. Fashionable styles with unique details.Continue reading