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#The Brands of GREENSTYLE the store

We opnened the GREENSTYLE pop up store @ Rathaus München. With thirteen (!) Fantastic GREENSTYLE brands that represent as many facets of sustainable fashion as possible. Come and visit us

From Saturday you will find smart and colorful recycling and upcycling collections in our pop up store in downtown Munich as well as innovative materials (keyword: rose viscose, eucalyptus) and zero or less waste approaches á la AA Gold and Alicia Victoria. What do all brands have in common? Forward-looking concepts, fair production and really great collections that show that sustainable fashion can be a lot of fun.

And that’s why we’re introducing you to these 15 fantastic labels. If you want to discover the collections in person: On Saturday we will be there for you in our pop up store from 11 a.m. You can find us in the Munich City Hall on Dienerstraße (across from house number 19/20).

We look forward to seeing you.
*mirjam & Florens

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Another Brand – fair statement pieces

Natural materials, high-quality workmanship, perfectly relaxed fit and casual-loud statements that hit the nerve of moment – that is the Munich fair fashion label another brand. Designed in Munich and produced in small family businesses in Portugal and Inner Mongolia, where the high-quality, hand-combed cashmere comes from.

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BETTIBAG x GREENSTYLE Collection – revolutionary upcycling

In addition to many other colorful statement bags, our pop up store now has 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. The materials of the clutches, shoppers, crossover and beach bags? The fabrics come from flea markets, theater stocks, costume rentals …

Bleed – Street- and Outdoorwear (vegan & fair!)

From (GOTS certified) organic cotton, cork and bast fibers to recycling and upcycling to materials such as kapok, Econyl and Tencel, (skateboarder) Michael Spitzbarth and his sports-loving team use the entire range of sustainable materials for their innovative, functional and extraordinary products . The result: Franconian denim in the form of organic jeans, the world’s first climate-neutral, fully recycled outdoor jacket …

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Christiane Strobel – constant clothing

The future of fashion? Fairly produced fashion with an appealing, timeless design and high quality made from natural materials. Christiane Strobel is convinced of this and therefore relies on sustainability and transparency with her minimalist, refined blouses, trousers, dresses and jackets from the design to the dispatch. Designed in Cologne, eco-fair and socially produced in Marrakech. Yes, this is what long-time companions look like.

Coa Goa – we upcycle sails

As mothers and travelers, the COA GOA (COmes Around GOes Around) founders Ines Häfner and Ursula Piber know how to make a bag that is prepared for all weathers in life. In their factory in Palma de Mallorca, they make upcycling models for all situations from discarded main sails with a love of functional details.

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CORA – feel the nature

With the founding of CORA (2014), Elisabeth Tocca was not only a pioneer in the field of eco-fair fashion. It has closed a gap in the market in Italy where there was no eco-fair children’s fashion label to date. Her idea of working with mothers was also extremely innovative. GOOD news: There are now great CORA parts made of innovative materials for them.


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DAWN denim – fairness meets style

The German denim label with its own factory in Saigon / Vietnam proves that darling denim can also be produced fairly. But fair was just the beginning. The stylish Dawnies have been Peta certified and a member of the Fair Wear Foundation since 2018. Since 2019 with the Fair Wear Leader Status and 100 out of 100 points in the performance check. That’s never happened before.


Frijda Juni – designed in Munich. made in Bavaria.

Claudia Marie Jünemann fulfilled her wish for her own fair fashion label in 2020. Since then she has been producing her wonderfully timeless blouses, Marlene trousers, trench coats & Co. from natural materials such as (organic cotton, Tencel, corozo etc.) and deadstock as ethically and ecologically as possible. From the first draft to shipping. And thanks to the care instructions on their website …

Like a Bird

Like a Bird

Rosenviskose, Ingwerfaser, Kaffeekarbon – Tanja Kliewe-Meyer experimentiert für ihre Kollektionen gerne mit innovativen Materialien und ist dafür bereits mit dem Green Produkt Award 2020 ausgezeichnet worden. Aber Tanja arbeitet auch mit tierischen (Alpaka- und Merinowalle) Fasern sowie pflanzlichen Materialien wie Hanf und Leinen für ihre herrlich schwingenden Kleider und Blusen oder mit Bio-Baumwolle für ihre meist limitierten T-Shirt-Kollektionen.

Meerblau,Waldgrün – Remade in Germany.

Bianca and Saskia Bunsas have been making crop shirts, tops & accessories from worn clothing in Leipzig and Munich since 2020. To do this, sift through, check and wash (with ecological detergent!) the old clothes, then dismantle them and put them together in a resource-saving and fair way, like pieces of a puzzle to make new cuts. In this way, they reduce textile waste with their unique items and give it a new life. From Preloved Pieces to New Flames.

Nina Rein – Businesswear

After working for well-known fashion labels, Julia Ickert realized that with her knowledge and expertise she could also found a label to suit her taste. Wonderfully feminine, of maximum quality, with sophisticated cuts, timelessly elegant, always something special and, above all, sustainable. Because conventional production cannot and does not want to support them any longer.

Nata Y Limón – Women Empowerment though social business

Marlene Walter and Anne Schneider worked for various NGOs before they founded Nata Y Limón in 2017. Their goal? To support indigenous women in the long term by making their crafts a sustainable source of income. With fair hourly wages, paid vacation and guaranteed acceptance of the handmade fabric designs for interior accessories and fashion.

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 TreeWear piece sold. With well over a million trees, Nicholas Hänny and Robin Gnehm have been contributing to the reforestation of the earth since 2016. Tree by Tree.

Seads Espandrilles – made by Oceanplastic

With her colorful unisex espandrilles, Agnes Wagter not only ensures relaxed, elegant summer vibes. With her circular shoe label, she helps to reduce and recycle marine and packaging waste and, by the way, to draw attention to one of our biggest environmental problems, plastic waste. Garbage – treasure – new product. Again, again and again …


Shipsheip – aethetics meet ethics

Puristic cuts, high quality and sophisticated design – this is what the Cologne label stands for, which combines sustainability and stylish aesthetics in its collections. It is produced from certified fabrics under fair conditions in Portugal (ready-to-wear). The made-to-wear segment is custom-made by a tailor in the label’s Cologne studio.

ZURÜCK – zero waste shop

With her zero waste concept, product designer Anna Diermeier saves resources and supports a waste-free circular economy. That means: Away from single-use products (napkins) and towards reuse through upcycling. That is why she uses decommissioned but high-quality fabrics from hotel linen, advertising banners and pre-consumer waste for her Made in Germany napkins, dishes, towels and accessories.


To say good-bye: These brands were in the store

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AA Gold – zero waste high fashion

In the manufacture of garments, up to 20 percent of resources are lost as scrap material. With AA Gold, Arnold Gevers proves that textiles can also be produced without waste. He starts at the beginning of the value chain and designs cutting patterns without waste. The result? Favorite pieces suitable for VOGUE and runway.

Angels Ambition – fairly manufactured in Germany

Instead of producing disposable fashion, fashion expert Karin Schönbuchner has been relying on durable, organic and pollutant-free textiles (GOTS; OEKO-TEX) that work 24/7 since 2016. Instead of producing in low-wage countries at the expense of others, one thing is clear to them: their fashion is Made in Germany. In this way it excludes unsafe sources of production and unfair working conditions..

ANOTHER • ME – each part is unique

Individual, authentic, fair and natural – these are the criteria that Bianca Löhr has defined for her products since 2017. Since then she has been producing her leather bags, (home) accessories and #handmade knitwear (hmmm, alpaca) from natural, eco-certified resources and real colors. Bianca works with natural aniline leather, recycled glass, GOTS-certified cotton …

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akjumii – 3IN1 style + Add-ons

With akjumii, the two akjumii designers Anna Karsch and Michaela Wunderl-Strojny have been focusing on sustainable high fashion with an avant-garde touch since 2012. With the 3IN1COAT, the visionaries have now developed the ultimate sustainable garment. The clever masterpiece can be worn in three (!) ways: as a coat, as a vest and as a jacket. Not to mention the add-ons …

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Alicia Victoria – less leather-waste

Alicia Linz wants to stop wasting raw leather. How it works? For her timeless, classic bags, she only uses leather with natural “flaws” (read: scars, bumps, etc.). Instead of this unique raw material, which is sorted out by the fashion industry and turned into a garbage product, it is consistently used at Alicia Victoria. Vegetable tanned, produced transparently .


Anmila Sportswear – recycling deluxe

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 her search for suitable sportswear and founded her label anmila sportswear, for which she produces shirts, leggings and tank tops made from recycled polyester.



Constanze Becker Design

In her high-visibility clothing products, Constanze Becker wants to combine form, functionality, sustainability and aesthetics and enable the design to be upgraded. The “Bumble Bee” shopper is produced in small series by retired master tailors in Germany, who use this activity to supplement their pension.


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I want you naked – organic beauty made in munich

Natural soaps, peelings, aromatic baths – at I WANT YOU NAKED everything is made by hand in Munich. But why naked? Because nothing goes into the pots and pans of Aline Werrs natural cosmetics brand with the distinctive name that has no place there. This is about nature. And pure. Absolutely test: Return & Recycle

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Like a Bird – innovative Materials

With Like a Bird, Tanja Kliewe-Meyer was the first company in Germany to use rose viscose for her delicately flowing dresses, tunics and blouses (delicately scented!). The compostable and thus recyclable collection has been awarded the Green Product Award 2020. Also available: shirts made of coffee carbon and ginger fiber, blouses made of Seaquel (plastic from the Mediterranean), cozy knitwear made of alpaca wool. ..


Luna’mi – sleep & dream fashion

Slumber dresses, hugging jackets and morning coats – Cordula Kappus made a dream come true with her Munich label in 2018. The dream of sustainably produced day and night clothes. Small editions instead of mass production and the renouncement of seasons prevent overproduction. Fairly produced by women for women in Germany and Poland. Because we are worth it.

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Montreet – outer- & sportswear

Nadine Schratzberger from Vienna combines sustainability, functionality and trendy, unusual designs by local artists in her outdoor jackets & leggings with Montreet. Recyclability and zero waste are a matter of course for the trained fashion designer. Good to know: you can also rent your functional unisex jackets.

Nina Rein – Businesswear

After working for well-known fashion labels, Julia Ickert realized that with her knowledge and expertise she could also found a label to suit her taste. Wonderfully feminine, of maximum quality, with sophisticated cuts, timelessly elegant, always something special and, above all, sustainable. Because conventional production cannot and does not want to support them any longer.

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Stefanie Pietsch collection – long-lasting declaration of love

Artist Stefanie Pietsch has realized her love for caftan dresses (“a caftan is not a dress, but an attitude towards life”) in her own fashion label. She has been designing flowing, light kaftan dresses with their expressive prints since 2018. Sustainable materials such as Tencel are used for the limited collections, while digital printing is carried out in Germany to save resources.


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Verena von Eschenbach – responsible fine fashion

Since 2014, the designer has been producing minimalist sweaters, cardigans, shawls and scarves as well as cozy blankets for her living collection with the utmost respect for nature, animals and the hard work of the nomads. The wool comes from cashmere goats, yak cattle and camels that roam freely in herds in Mongolia and live with the nomads.