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Out of the Green Closet with EFW Cofounder



We recently caught up with Kim Poldner, one of the original founders of Eco Fashion World, as she wrapped up her involvement in a photography project titled Out of the Green Closet, created by photographer Chantal Aimée Ehrhardt.



Beru Kids: Repurposing Materials Into Stylish Children's Clothing



I love all things upcycled and now that I’m a Mom, I’ve been looking more into upcycled children’s clothing.  If you’re like me, you asked for all second hand clothing on your baby registry practically begging people, “It’s okay please don’t buy it new, go to the thrift/consignment store, wash it, and I’ll think you’re even cooler, trust me!”  You want to continue that mindset as your child grows and luckily brands are making it easier for us.

Beru Kids is an ethical children's clothing brand repurposing deadstock materials into original styles for kids. Styles like harem pants, bomber jackets and breezy dresses from soft, durable fabrics in playful prints are designed and crafted locally in a partner factory implementing sustainable practices in downtown Los Angeles.

Creativity Can Care: Cocccon



Leading a rich life means to create value in all our actions and activities, which most times cannot be counted in mere numbers. Although luxury is often linked to high cost, excess and exploitation of resources, there are brands which prove that luxury can be ethical and move to sustainable paths. Through an interesting interview, Mr. Prakash, founder of the Cocccon brand shares his story and vision on how eco-luxury can be redefined and help societies grow ethically in the long term. 


Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016



With over 1,200 participants, the Copenhagen Fashion Summit is undoubtedly one of the world's largest events on sustainability in fashion. It is a nonprofit event organized by Danish Fashion Institute on behalf of Nordic Fashion Association. The Summit was first held in 2009 during the UN Climate Change Conference – COP15 – in Copenhagen, and again in spring 2012 and 2014.

On May 12, 2016, 9am - 6pm, the Fashion Summit will once again gather international key players from the fashion industry, as well as experts, NGOs, opinion makers, media and politicians, at the Copenhagen Concert Hall to discuss the evolution of a successful fashion industry in a world where new business models are required to tackle the growing sustainability challenges facing the planet and our societies.


Awamaki: Weaving a Brighter and Sustainable Future



Delving deeper into the quaint town of Ollantaytambo, Cusco, Peru, we discover Awamaki, a Peruvian and U.S. non-profit organization, which operates as a unique business incubator for the local women. Among other core activities, they promote community development through fair trade artisan cooperatives, sustainable tourism operations, and local community education. Let’s unravel the story of Awamaki, this very special organization which has recorded the mission statement on their «offices» wall and aims to provide a better future for Peruvian women and their families through education.



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