Before the end of the year, there was still time for the third prize given to Aquafil. As in others occasion, the prize was bestowed for the efforts towards innovation and sustainability of its products. Five were the winners of the 2012 prize “Impresa Ambiente”. The event was promoted by the Italian Ministery of Environment and the Rome Chamber of Commerce. Aquafil won in the “best product” rank with the 100% regenerated ECONYL® caprolactam. This is the third prize for Aquafil since the beginning of 2012. The others were: the “Green Public Procurment and sustainable projects for companies” from the Ministery of Economy and Consip, and the “Business Prize for Innovation” set up by Confindustria. The three prizes reinforce Aquafil to keep going in its path toward sustainability and innovation, also thanks to the ECONYL® brand.
On World Environmental Day, Gucci has launched its new ‘Gucci Equilibrium,’ an initiative and a website to explain their 10-year plan strategy that promises to “balance its creation and marketing of high-end fashion with a radical sustainability agenda.” The website has different sections that talk about raw materials, Gucci’s environmental performance, waste management and circular […]
Last night we were at the CFDA Awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York with a beautiful red carpet made by ege carpets with our ECONYL® regenerated nylon. The carpet was not actually a red one, but rather a customized carpet with black and white stripes. Models, actors and actresses, influencers, designers and editors […]
We interviewed VDM The Label, a team of passionate forward thinkers, who believe in quality, sustainability and ethical trade. VDM The Label are rethinking the way women are approaching the traditional swimsuit – existing to allow women to experience the beauty of wearing designer swimwear, at a fraction of the price. VDM The Label’s first […]
We interviewed Ambra Maddalena, founder of Australian brand Ambra Maddalena. The brand is about falling in love, summer romances, femininity, creativity, expression of your true self. She wants her girls to be conscious consumer without compromising their style aesthetic. My name is Ambra Maddalena, I was raised in Western Australia by an Italian father and […]
We just came back from Clerkenwell Design Week in London. The event this year was especially focused on sustainable design, and we were excited to see how many conferences were dedicated to sustainability, marine litter, plastic, and trash. Many called it the “the Blue Planet effect” referring to the fact that any talk about plastic waste and […]
We interviewed Jyoty Durrant, sustainability officer of Arhnem, an Australian brand with bohemian spirit, deeply committed to leading the movement toward sustainability in fashion. Arnhem is a celebration of striking colors and design, oozing Summer nostalgia, bringing to life the bohemian dream of femininity, effortlessness and playful spirit, and empowering women. Arnhem believes in a […]