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ITA-ITO is a brand of luxury knitting ladies’ wear designed in Switzerland and handcrafted by their artisans in Peru. They use their know-how to create up market ladies’ wear of irreproachable quality and modern design. Every product is conceived and elaborated respecting the human being, the animal life and the nature.
kaio swim was founded in March 2019 by two female entrepreneurs, Joanna and Chollada, who shared the same vision of creating a sustainable swimwear collection for women.
Swiss excellence meeting French know-how the brand strives to provide honest and unbiased sustainable clothing, produced by talented French artisans. They ensure extreme rigour in the sourcing process, selecting only the finest ecological, local and traceable materials in order to be radically sustainable.
A high-end sustainable alternative to the every-day luxury accessories with alternative materials and innovative ways to create them. Allure Sauvage strives for a complete transparency of their supply chains and an engagement in discussions and finding solutions to today's challenges in Luxury Goods.
Fanfare is a sustainable British fashion brand that sets out to create powerful, positive change in the fashion industry. Originally launched in 2018 under the name ‘Fabric For Freedom’ by Esther Knight.
Feminine, chic and modern ready-to-wear brand that combines elegance and femininity with a touch of originality. Instead of mass-produced collections, the brand has decided to produce each collection in limited quantities with respect to the environment, with good working standards, fair wages and slow fashion.
The brand empowers people to perform at their best, by bringing them clothes that look amazing, and stay that way all day. Give the same comfort and freedom as sports clothes and are always available ‘Wash like a t-shirt’, ‘Wash.Hang.Wear’, GenerationGO.
To satisfy her desire for durability, novelty and uniqueness, Anne-Sophie Villard creates her own patterns, prototypes and pieces. Her collection is manufactured in an ethical manner with independent seamstresses in Europe. Scraps of fabric from the designs are then reused to create accessories or children's clothing.