17/02/2020

REFINERY 29 – Meghan’s Style Game Is Sustainable In Her First Appearance With Harry Since Their Royal Exit

By Sarah Midkiff Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first public appearance since “Megxit” and, senior member of the royal family or not, we are still taking style notes from Meghan. (…) While deplaning, Meghan held onto a small navy and black travel bag from Prada’s Re-Nylon line which, according to Prada’s website, is […]

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17/02/2020

DAILY MAIL – Meghan’s VERY sustainable outfit: Duchess of Sussex carries a $1,790 re-nylon Prada bag created from ocean waste and $125 Rothy’s flats made of yarn generated from plastic bottles as she returns to Canada with Harry

By Frances Mulraney and Rachel Sharp Images obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show the Royal couple together for the first time since Megxit Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted stepping off a commercial flight in Canada on Friday Meghan opted for an eco-friendly outfit for the flight wearing shoes made with recycled plastic water bottles […]

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08/02/2020

LUXIDERS – How Sustainable is Stella McCartney?

ByDanielle Keller Aviram How sustainable is Stella McCartney? One of the first things seen in Stella McCartney’s website just before Christmas 2019 was a statement about the brand’s commitment to creating the first vegan Stan Smith’s sneakers highlighting the uniqueness of this collaboration between the queen of vegetarian luxury brands and the king of the […]

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29/01/2020

DEZEEN – Forbo’s Coral flooring collection is made with regenerated fishing nets and plastic bottles

UK manufacturer Forbo Flooring has created a range of textile entrance flooring from regenerated industrial and post-consumer waste, which can reduce cleaning time for businesses. The Coral collection is made with Econyl, a high-quality yarn derived from carpet waste, fishing nets and other materials that would otherwise have gone to landfill. This yarn is then […]

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08/01/2020

HOME TEXTILES TODAY – Sarawagi adds sustainability to synthetic handknots

by Cecile Corral Partners with Econyl for new line of Nepalese rugs Kathmandu, Nepal – Sarawagi is doing its part to help “overcome exceptionally fast cycles of modern consumers.” The innovative hand-knotted Nepalese rug company has partnered with regenerated nylon brand Econyl to design a new collection made from recycled waste. Created by Italian firm […]

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23/12/2019

WIRED – Feast your eyes on our luxury edit of design and tech in 2019

by Chris Haslam WIRED’s annual Gear of the Year guide goes luxe – featuring the very best in design and luxury tech across 2019 from iconic cameras to high-end hampers It’s not often we get the license to scour the farthest reaches of the globe (and, indeed, the internet) for the luxury design pieces and […]

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07/01/2020

THE RUGGIST – Fruition | Handknotted Nylon Part 5 of 5

By The Ruggist. Feedback, caveats, and the quest to learn more highlight the introduction of ‘Nylon Engulfed.’ To explore the creation of a new product is to take a step away from what has been into the unknown, the perhaps unfathomable, the hitherto unrealized. It requires a degree of modernism and a progressive mindset insomuch […]

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