Slow fashion, fair fashion, vegan fashion? Twelve things to do in 2019 to make lasting change, become a better version of yourself — and totally look the part. (Ladies and gentlemen, it’s fun and not hard/ expensive at all!)
I’ve talked about ditching what I call “boring” basics in order to create a minimalist, slow fashion wardrobe you are thrilled to wear any given day. Let me drive the point home once more with 3 outfits and 15 styling tips!
It’s on! The 4th edition of the ADEx invites fashion designers to become part of the growing community of sustainable fashion heroes and to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Green shopping in the middle of the forest? Yes please! – Put this Almtal valley-based site estimated to open the doors in summer 2018 on your slow travel bucket list.
Changing the face of fashion one thread at a time: with ADEx 2017, Ethiopian weavers join Abury’s circle of amazing artisans from different cultures.
Oh fashion so fair! Resuming the ‘Understanding Textile Standards’ series, today we’ll have a look at the eco-fair fashion’s strictest standard: IVN BEST, and some of their certified brands.
A functional, nice looking cup that will save you money – and contribute to saving the environment – is not that hard to find nowadays.
ABURY have just revealed the 2016 ADEx winner’s collection “Windows and Doorways” – it’s marvellous. If you’r a designer, don’t miss the third edition of ADEx for an unforgettable design and travel experience!
Say NO to disposable coffee cups with the brand new “Cup it” series by Kahla – glam porcelain cups & lids to mix’n’match for travel, office, school, and home.
Eat jackfruit and bathe in birch sap. Seaweeds are the new kale, and palm oil can be done right… Food & skincare novelties for vegans, free-from people, green beauties and more!