L’Avant-garde: Weisheng Paris

Last week, Wei-Sheng himself showed us Weisheng Paris’s beautiful new collection at Paris Fashion Week. The reflection of light and expert tailoring were the main standouts of this designer’s latest collection. This comes after a long journey full of dreams. Who is Weisheng Paris? Wei-Sheng Wang went to Parsons in New York city in 2015…

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Organic cotton. How is it different? What are its benefits?

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The other week we talked about how nature-based solutions are greatly beneficial for biodiversity and for reducing pollution and hazards on the environment. Because we like to talk about sustainable materials on fashion, we are going to apply this terms to the agriculture of organic cotton. Cotton has been historically fashion’s most used fiber. When…

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Nature-based solutions for agriculture

How can nature-based solutions help with sustainability? Today we are going to talk about something that may seem fairly technical, but it’s something of great importance for our daily nutrition and clothing. Nature-based solutions for agriculture! Nature-based solutions for agriculture involve using natural systems to support agricultural productivity. That’s instead of relying on chemical pesticides…

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Ethical sportswear selection to start your 2023

For a fact, It’s not easy at all to find activewear that is fully sustainable. I’ve spent quite a long time slowly transforming my wardrobe into a more responsible place: trousers, shirts, jumpers, coats… but when it came to sportswear, I was suddenly lost. Which materials can be ethical, yet assure good comfort and performance…

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Keep warm this winter with these ethical wool beanies

As the winter season approaches, it’s important to stay warm and cozy. One way to do this is by choosing clothing and accessories made from wool. But not all wool is created equal. To get the most out of your woolen clothing, it’s important to choose beanies made from ethical wool. This latest weeks of…

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Paris becomes a cycling city

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Paris, once one of Europe’s most polluted and car-centric cities, is now leading the charge in sustainable transport initiatives. From 2017 to 2022, the city has undergone an incredible transformation, with the city council announcing plans to make Paris completely cyclable by 2026. This includes massive investments in the creation of 180 kilometers of cycling…

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Fashion photography before WWII: the history of an art form

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Fashion photography is an important tool for fashion brands, but it’s also an art form in its own right. Let us explore the history and evolution of fashion photography in the 20th century until World War II with the most important visual artists of the time.The images we choose in the fashion industry have a…

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Clère Paris: The Parisian woman’s bag

In 2020, Pauline had finished her studies in communication and graphic design. Just one year later, she was already designing the prototype of her first bag. From communication and graphic design to creating a new line of accessories. From freelance to business woman. Get to know the full story behind the brand Clere Paris and…

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The end of lab-made trends

Colours and materials dictated by certain groups years before collections is getting over soon. Going to tradeshows, overanalysing society´s behaviors, dictating what is considered right or wrong… New generations are rejecting this idea. Some rich person, disjointed from society, in his hotel room, will decide what they will have to wear next year. Our society…

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