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.
The careful use of resources is a particularly important topic at Lounge Cherie. This is why the Austrian label works with natural fibers and sustainable, resource-saving and skin-friendly materials for its cozy and stylish yoga, loungewear and nightwear
Resource-saving, fair and produced in Germany – these were (and are) the demands that Angela Mittelbach has on contemporary fitness clothing. She has given up looking for suitable parts and founded her label anmila sportswear, for which she produces shirts, leggings and tank tops made from recycled polyester.
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.
The two most important topics at Swedish Fall? Stop overproduction and encourage recycling of old clothes from customers ”. That means: closing the loop. The corresponding goals are ambitious, because the company is determined to become a fashion pioneer in a circular economy.
At Salewa we love and respect nature. The South Tyroleans master the balancing act of sustainability and function, which represents a great challenge for the outdoor industry, with flying colors and develop exciting material innovations that have their source in nature. Instead of synthetic fillings, Salewa therefore relies on Tyrolean wool, which, in combination with ground minerals (TirolWool® Responsive), has smart, positive functions and uses materials that are as old as they are tried and tested, such as hemp.
With her yoga label BESSONNEN, Annett Borg designs long-lasting fashion that is intended to reduce the pile of textile waste in the fast fashion industry. The trained fashion designer and founding member of Fashion Revolution Germany expresses her circular approach in her circular capsule collection.
Through her collection, Giulia Becker shows that sportswear can not only be functional, but also sustainable and sexy. The leggings made of recycled PET are colorful and dynamic. The collection is produced under the fairest conditions and the hand-painted prints make you want to do an intense workout.