Archive for February, 2014

Wellington Designers to Runway at Ecoluxe London | Scoop News

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New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed has announced today that DENISE H & GHOST TRAIN Labels will runway at Ecoluxe London sustainable luxury fashion show – A Grinn Fairy Tale to be held on 17th February 2014, at Kingsway Hall, 66 Great Queen Street, WC2B …

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Da Filobio il guardaroba eco-solidale per i più piccoli

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Da Filobio il guardaroba eco-solidale per i più piccoli L’azienda piemontese produce abiti e accessori in cotone bio prodotto in India, sostenendo i coltivatori del Paese. E sperimenta anche fibre d’eccellenza made in Italy

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A Versace rispondiamo così: basta bugie, vogliamo una moda di cui poter andare fieri!

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La Settimana della Moda di Milano è una vera kermesse di bellezza e stile, il palcoscenico su cui vanno in scena i sogni dell’Alta moda. Quest’anno però il primo evento “fuori” programma era firmato Greenpeace. Con i nostri climber e uno striscione di 100 metri quadri in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele abbiamo svelato l’incubo

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Laser finishing on continuous fabrics | Materials & Production News

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Ecotextile News is the environmental magazine for the global textile industry supply chain. It provides exclusive news, features and in-depth comment together with the latest market analysis on the move towards a more sustainable textiles and clothing sector. It is a must read for responsible retailers, brands and forward-thinking textile companies.

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Greenpeace, il blitz nella Galleria Vittorio Emanuele – Repubblica Tv – la Repubblica.it

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Dieci attivisti di Greenpeace hanno protestato in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele a Milano. Alcuni militanti con indosso una tuta arancione hanno…

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Opening Milan Fashion Week in style – #Greenpeace #detox

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While you are reading this I am joining the thousands of people standing up and taking action on behalf of children everywhere to demand toxic-free fashion.As a parent and a Greenpeace Italy volunteer I am here at the very heart of the fashion industry, Milan, to open the city’s renowned fashion week and send a message, lo

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Greenpeace finds waterway pollutants in luxury fashion brands

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* Report challenges luxury brands on environmental standards* No EU rules on sale of textiles containing chemicalresidues* 20 brands so far signed up to Greenpeace Detox campaignBy Emma ThomassonBERLIN,

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interesting to give a thought: 5 Alarming Facts About the Wool Industry

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Consumer industries, including wool, are vast and driven by profit. The welfare of animals simply doesn’t make the top priority when there are deadlines and jobs at stake. With this list, we have spent some time researching what makes the wool industry function, and scratched at the surface of what’s really going on. We encourage you to read the whole way through, and check out our tips on what you can do at the end of the article. The sheep, goats, rabbits, and other animals deserve a voice and we thank you on their behalf.

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A Little Story about a Fashionable Lie

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A new investigation by Greenpeace International has found a broad range of hazardous chemicals in children’s clothing and footwear produced by eight luxury fashion brands.

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The King is Naked | Le verità nascoste dell’alta moda

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Il re é nudo! Non importa quanto siano preziosi i tessuti, anche i vestiti più costosi per i nostri bambini contengono sostanze pericolose. Unisciti a noi, diamo insieme a questa storia il lieto fine che merita. bit.ly/1oxq9Ta

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