Winner of 2010 Ethical Fashion Forum Innovation Award and The 2010 Fairtrade Cotton Award
Winner of Ethical Fashion Source Expo Award 2010
Winner of the Fair Trade cotton category, Ada Zanditon works closely with the Fairtrade Foundation to produce her collections. The collection is manufactured using zero waste geometric cutting and combines recycled, fair trade and organic fabrics.
Winner of 2010 Ethical Fashion Forum Innovation Awards showcased at Pure
Feng Ho’s garments translate flawlessly from day to night and are produced by the ethical factory Eden Studio. They work with Zameen Organic and Alok Industries who are certified Fairtrade and Organic, and have produced screen printed fabrics using natural dyes and inks with Moral Fibre.
Winner of the Ethical Fashion Forum Innovation Award showcased at Pure
Olga Olsson works with women and young artisans in Rio de Janeiro to create luxury, handpainted swimwear. The manufacturing chain is researched in depth to find the most sustainable option from weaving to printing to construction.
Winner of 2010 Ethical Fashion Forum Innovation Award showcased at Esthetica
Ahilya creates beautiful handmade creations using the traditional techniques and methods of Kashmir. Working with local weavers, Ahilya helps to modernise their techniques and creativly updates traditional designs to bring them in competition with the rest of the world. Their S/S 2011 collection was exhibited as part of Esthetica at London Fashion Week.
Winner of Ethical Fashion Award showcased at Esthetica
Lu Flux works closely with recycling centres in East London to create upcycled garments using complex techniques. Usine simple shapes they create wearable clothing with an effortless elegance. Lu FLux were showcased at Esthetica as part of London Fashion Week with their S/S 2011 collections.