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2011 Designer Pavilion Directory

2011 Designer Pavilion Directory

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

The following designers were chosen to exhibit at the Designer Pavilion 2011.

Carmen Rion

Carmen Rion is a contemporary 100% Mexican organic fashion brand that works closely with indigenous groups in the state of Chiapas, Mexico, in particular with the Mayan Women of Jovel (Las Mujeres Mayan de Jovel). Carmen works hard to respect and apply the traditional weaving techniques used in Mexico, combining her contemporary design with age-old tradition.

Website: http://carmenrion.com/

E-mail: [email protected]

Carmen Rion

CeeBee

CeeBee uses recycled materials – like paper, plastic, rubber and textiles to create ‘one of a kind’ accessories in limited editions.

Website: www.ceebee.it

E-mail: [email protected]

CeeBee

Campeche

Campeche was born in 2010 as the result of long studies on vegetable dyeing processes by Clerici, an Italian dyeing company founded in 1887.

All Campeche production is dyed with certified GOTS vegetable dyes extracted from plants, roots,seeds, flowers. All materials come from renewable sources and are highly biodegradable. Campeche use organic silk and cotton and other natural fibres such as wild silk, wool and linen.

Website: www.mycampeche.it

E-mail: [email protected]

Campeche

EOS

EOS is a brand that links respect for the environment with Italian artisanal skills. EOS produce mens and womenswear solely from eco fabrics: organic cotton, organic linen, hemp and bamboo – with all accessories made of natural mother-of-pearl. Every single garment has been designed and produced in Italy, with respect to the environment and human rights.

EOS is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: http://eosfashion.blogspot.com/

E-mail: [email protected]

EOS

Eternal Creation

Eternal Creation’s beautiful range of fair trade babies, childrens, womens and menswear is lovingly crafted and ethically produced in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas at the Himalaya Tailoring Centre. It is located in Dharamsala in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, which is the political and spiritual capital for
Tibetan refugees, and home to the Dalai Lama.

Website: http://www.eternalcreation.com/

E-mail: [email protected]

Eternal Creation

Eva Cammarata

Eva Cammarata is an ethical brand producing haute couture and prêt-a-porter.The Eva Cammarata collections are pure ethical luxury, totally fair trade, organic sustainable and mostly realized at 0 carbon emissions.

Website: http://www.evacammarata.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Eva Cammarata

Haikure

Haikure is a truly sustainable and traceable denim brand, conceived for a demanding and conscious consumer.

Traceable by means of the QR code placed on the label, which enables each garment to be directly tracked down, and its eco-sustainability traced through every step of its production.

Haikure is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: www.haikure.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Haikure

In Bloom

In bloom carefully designs inspiring lingerie pieces which celebrate femininity and protect nature.

In their collections, In bloom use organic cotton & tencel. All of In bloom’s products are made with expertise and care in France.

Website: www.inbloomlondon.co.uk

E-mail: [email protected]

In Bloom

Lavuk

Lavuk is an eco-friendly fashion business that produces locally and plants a tree for every garment sold. 80% of fabrics that Lavuk uses (mainly organic cotton) are knitted in Los Angeles. Lavuk garments are custom dyed locally with low impact dyes, and sometimes hand dyed. Lavuk handprint garments with their original artwork.

Website: www.mylavuk.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Lavuk

Makki

British and Italian designed handbags made with the world’s finest by-product exotic skins.

Makki’s designs feature bespoke screen printed faux suede lining and discrete eel skin leather logo, ensuring they are as beautiful on the inside as on the outside.

Website: www.makki.co.uk

E-mail: [email protected]

Makki

MIA

MIA by Mia Nisbet is an up-cycled clothing label with a social and environmental conscience. MIA combines recycled materials with traditional Malawian textiles to produce a collection that merges the richness of African textiles with western styling.

Website: www.fashionbymia.com

E-mail: [email protected]

MIA

Nurmi

Nurmi is a sustainable clothing label that wants to bring back the times when both the quality and the design of clothes were meant to last. Nurmi aims to produce less, to a higher quality, and to do all this ethically and ecologically.

Website: www.anniinanurmi.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Nurmi

NVK

Based on a Slow design philosophy, NVK Daydoll® is Made in Italy and uses sustainably sourced and eco fabrics. NVK garments can be worn, fastened and taken off in one simple move and are suitable for all sizes.

NVK is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: www.nvkdesign.it

E-mail: [email protected]

NVK

Reale Slow-Fashion

Reale Slow-Fashion is an innovative Italian brand based around the concept of Slow Fashion.

Reale aims to create everlasting items and limit waste. Reale also uses nickel free metal details and natural dyes, as well as a tireless commitment to research for natural innovative fabrics such as seacell, organic plush, bamboo fibre, nettle and also cotton, silk and cashmere.

Reale Slow-Fashion is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: www.reale-slowfashion.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Reale Slow-Fashion

Riciclabo'

Riciclabo’ is an Italian brand of upcycled ladieswear, created from second-hand clothes and textile production rejects.

The collection incorporates refined tailoring and eco-sustainable clothes, which look at the trends but overcome seasonal fashion, to become the expression of personal style and social awareness.

Riciclabo is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: http://riciclabo.jimdo.com/

E-mail: [email protected]

Riciclabo'

Stefania Masotto Biomoda

Stefania Masotto Biomoda believes in Bio-fashion: fashion that is refined, healthy, soft, respectful of the environment and its inhabitants, but especially of a woman’s health. This is why only eco and organic materials are used, all certified ICEA and GOTS. Stefania Masotto’s production is entirely based in Italy, thanks to the hands of local artisans.

Stefania Masotto Biomoda is a part of the REWARDROBE Collective.

Website: www.stefaniamasotto.it

E-mail: [email protected]

Stefania Masotto Biomoda

The Nud

The Nud is an online shop hosting innovative designers defending H.E.D. values: Human rights and fair trade, Ecology and Development. H.E.D. is the Nud’s aim for the future of fashion they are building today.

Website: www.thenud.com

E-mail: [email protected]

The Nud

Ultra

Winner of EFF Innovation in Design and Sourcing Award

Ultra think about application as well as material awareness. Rather than staying with the ‘two seasons a year format’ they explore innovations such as ‘ULTRA 10’ a ten piece modular-interchangeable wardrobe designed to dress a woman for a year. Based in Malaysia, they are currently working with UNHCR to give refugees production opportunities.

Website: www.theultraultra.com

E-mail: [email protected]

Ultra