We have been asked so often in the last few months whether there will be another GREENSTYLE in autumn. The answer is no. Because in November there will even be two GREENSTYLEs. In addition to the GREENSTYLE popup @ biolife Bozen (5th to 8th November 2020), we will host a popup event at Heim+Handwerk in Munich at the end of November.
In the fall of 2019, 1.4 million people in Germany took to the streets as part of the global climate strike. Berlin had its own “fashion block out”. What do fashion & climate have in common? Unfortunately, very much. In order to reduce the negative effects, we have to rethink our behavioral patterns and our consumption habits – even in the area of fashion – and change them accordingly.
T-shirts for 50 cents. In casual colors like “How dare you PINK” and “Friday BLACK.” How great is this new shop?! What at first looks like the offer of the year is in fact a campaign. With CRISIS FASHION, Fashion Revolution Germany continues the successful 2 Euro t-shirt campaign.
Since the beginning of the Corona crisis, major fashion brands have cancelled already completed as well as ongoing productions and orders amounting to around 1.5 billion US dollars in more than 1,000 clothing factories in Bangladesh alone. Payments are suspended. The impact on the
underpaid garment manufacturers involved in the process is serious. There is no social safety net.
The fact that NEONYT, the world’s leading trade fair for sustainable fashion (and the only winner of Berlin Fashion Week) is our partner at GREENSTYLE fills us with enormous pride. The fact that we were able to host the second panel at NEONYT – this time in the new location in Hangar 4 in Tempelhof – is absolutely terrific. Our topic? Influencer marketing.