British Economist Kate Raworth developed the concept of Doughnut Economics based on principles of social foundation, representing the basic human rights, and our finite planetary bounderies, rather than GDP. The question remains: how do we get there?!
Anita de Wit and the ReBlend team have created a co-creation label promoting fully recycled yarn and textiles from 70% discarded clothing and 30% recycled PET. The material can be used for various applications ranging from interior textiles to fashion and accessories.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was launched in 2010 to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. Since its creation the charity has emerged as a global thought leader, establishing the circular economy on the agenda of decision makers across business, government and academia.
Robert Milder started this in-and outdoor design furniture company and has done an amazing job in only using recycled materials. The entire frame and inside is made of discarded ocean and land plastic and the fabric is from Reblend and Bionic.
Good On You is an app that contains ratings, information, offers and news about ethical and sustainable fashion. They make it easy for you to shop your values by delivering trusted ratings on thousands of fashion brands straight to your mobile device.