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2010 Designer Pavilion Directory

Designer Pavilion 2010

In 2010, following popular demand, the Ethical Fashion Forum launched a Designer Pavilion as part of the Expo.

The following designers took part in the Designer Pavilion at the Expo 2010. Please scroll down for childrenswear.

Ada Zanditon

Ada Zanditon uses a 360 degree approach to sustainability, combining recycling, fair trade, organic and natural locally and ethically fabrics. Manufacturing with zero waste geometric cutting.

Website: www.adazanditon.com

Email: [email protected]

Ada Zanditon

Ciel

Ciel produces designer womenswear collections using organic natural fibres, alpaca, bamboo, cotton, hemp-silk, 100% Azo free dyes and fabrics certified by ‘Oekotex’, ‘Confidence in Textiles’, Skaal, JAL and EKO.

Sarah Ratty, the designer behind Ciel, was one of the first fashion designers to actively address sustainability.

Website: www.ciel.ltd.uk

Email: [email protected]

Ciel

Emma Ware

Emma Ware uses reclaimed materials- in particular rubber- in her accessories range.

Website: www.emmaware.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

Emma Ware

Eva Cammarata

Eva Cammarata uses sustainable materials including biotechnological yarn such as the milk yarn, that has the quality to moisturize the skin as well as being anti-bacterial.

Website: www.evacammarata.com

Email: [email protected]

Eva Cammarata

JosyFlo

Josy Flo designs leather belts that are handmade in Bhopal Rehabilitation, a Fair Trade registered NGO that was set up to help rehabilitate people affected by the Union Carbide chemical disaster.

Website: www.josyflo.com

Email: [email protected]

JosyFlo

Knock on the Door

Knock on the Door head hunts the latest design talent and combine their skill with their substantial knowledge of ethical fabrics to offer fashion forward, eco friendly clothing.

Website: www.knockonthedooronline.com

Email: [email protected]

Knock on the Door

Nara Guichon Studio

Nara Guichon employs traditional weaving techniques combined with reclaimed materials such as old nylon fishing nets. The studio, based in Brazil, maintains strict environmental standards and contributes to the improvement of life in small communities through employment opportunities.

Website: www.naraguichon.com

Email: [email protected]

Nara Guichon Studio

Pants to Poverty

Pants to Poverty is a leading British Fairtrade and Organic underwear brand established in 2005.
Through the Pants brand, we demonstrate a unique method of engaging the value chain fairly, from the farmers through to garment workers and ending with you the consumer.

Website: www.pantstopoverty.com

Email: [email protected]

Pants to Poverty

Reet Aus

Reet Aus is committed to upcycling industrial waste, by redesigning used clothes and reusing worn materials & sustainable organic garments. All products are designed & made in Estonia.

Website: www.reetaus.com

Email: [email protected]

Reet Aus

Worn Again

Worn Again transforms waste and manufacturing patterns by intercepting textile waste and materials to create new design-led products for large brands. Worn Again is currently creating a national model for closed loop upcycling.

Website: www.wornagain.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

Worn Again

ZANAA

ZANAA designs are hand made by artisans in Uganda, Ethiopia and South Africa, helping to grow their communities, earning them a respectable living and showcasing their beautiful craftsmanship.

Website: www.zanaa.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

ZANAA

Childrenswear-Animal Tails

A range of childrenswear, the founding principle of Animal Tails was to trade ethically, to protect lives and improve livelihoods. All Animal Tails clothing is certified against the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

Website: www.animaltails.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

Childrenswear-Animal Tails

Childrenswear-SUPERNATURAL and Babyblack

SUPERNATURAL kids clothing
Nature and technology work brilliantly together to produce a SUPER natural fabric mix of soft organic cotton and Modal for this range of children’s clothing. Made ethically and sustainably by contacts made through the Ethical Fashion Forum.

Babyblack
Soft organic cotton baby playsuits in groovy black – a refreshing change to the traditional pinks and blues. Made ethically and sustainably by contacts made through the Ethical Fashion Forum.

Website: www.supernaturalkidsclothing.co.uk and
Website: www.babyblack.co.uk

*Email: [email protected]

Childrenswear-SUPERNATURAL and Babyblack