Tinglingly exciting, the MOOI FESTIVAL is a Sustainable Fashion Festival here in Antwerp in its second edition. As the Fashion industry enters a crucial juncture of tremendous change, facing a pivotal moment of reinvention, the MOOI Festival opens a dialogue… Continue Reading
Simply known as the V&A, the Victoria and Albert Museum space is a purveyor of design and the decorative arts, a place of learning, of emotive revelations, and understanding what is beautiful and grave about our culture looking glass at… Continue Reading
The Behind the clothes exhibition curated by sustainable fashion designer Bruno Pieters is all about working with a sustainable ethos. It is a display of selected pieces of sustainably redesigned garments (“the Clothes”) from Bruno Pieter’s past collection and activism t-shirts on… Continue Reading
People Tree exemplifies a sustainable fashion brand per excellence. And with such a fitting name to boot, who is not a tree person after all. What makes People Tree exciting is that the garments are crafted, hand-made, hand-woven, hand-embroidered, and… Continue Reading
Fashion designer Bruno Pieters makes the most exquisite modern garments within the principles of sustainability. Under his company Honest by, he transformed his practice in 2012 to be the first company in the world to have price transparency and ethical… Continue Reading
Use sustainable and fair fabrics and be part of the fashion avant-garde. The future of fashion is all about sustainability. The first step in practicing sustainability in fashion is fabric choice. Keep it to one fibre as it easier to… Continue Reading
How I wish that ecological and organic products were not so expensive.