With the outdoor, active, nature-loving people in mind, they create small series and patterns that promote their Slovenian home mountains and culture. Their goal is to make high-quality sustainable products that serve their purpose and look good, by using high-quality Italian performance sport fabrics and Econyl regenerated ocean waste fabric with spectacular technical properties as well as planet-friendly production. This is Montango.
Wildling Shoes are a sustainable shoe company from Germany that produces minimal shoes with an intention to positively impact people and the planet. From wild feet in Israel to the first minimalist shoe. This is their story and message.
MIRET Croatian ecological sneakers – made from 97% natural materials. Driven by our dedication and desire to make things right we’ve combined the strongest natural fibers to craft comfortable sneakers ensuring minimal environmental impact in each tiniest detail.
Neža Žehelj is a Slovenian jewellery brand named by the artist herself – goldsmith and jewellery designer Neža. She designs unique handcrafted contemporary jewellery within intersection of art, fashion and design. Her jewellery pieces interpret lost and found stories conceptually plugged into released jewellery collections and one of a kind wearable pieces of art.
Mila.Vert is a Slovenian brand that makes high quality, beautiful and timeless pieces. All items are made on-demand and can be customised to individual body measurements. They are one of the leading brands in the fair and sustainable fashion industry in Slovenia and I am proud to share this interview with you during this Fashion Revolution Week.
Before the Fashion revolution week starts on 19th of April I´m happy to introduce some amazing sustainable fashion brands in my 5 questions for sustainable brands. This gives customers, as well as other sustainable brands, the chance to learn from each other, maybe even connect and help each other out. Transparency and collaboration. Introducing Slovenian brand Goodwill.
Dogs are the best, let´s start with that. And as dog parents, we have a great honour to pick up their poop, feed them, wash them, pet them, cuddle, …. but we also have a responsibility to take care of the environment and to keep our dog´s paw print as low as possible. And sometimes we need a little help choosing the right and really eco products.
5 questions for sustainable brands is my way to introduce sustainable brands and give them a chance to share their goals, struggles, plans and wins. So customers, as well as other sustainable brands, can learn from each other, maybe even connect and help each other out. Transparency and collaboration. Introducing Montreet.
What is impact or cause marketing and how can it become a core pillar of your brand. Many brands who don’t have an impact marketing strategy have started to develop one. Others who already have one are working on improving them. 2021 is a year to get your company on board, but the right way. Here are some info how you can do that.
Since I am not the right person to ask about skincare products. I asked my Instagram community to help me out. An Oh my! they did. I love to see how many of you are passionate about skin products and clean, natural cosmetics. So here are some of the brands and products you all suggested.
“We’ve all seen recent headlines that paint people seeking safety as an invasion or a threat. In these deeply worrying times, it’s up to all of us to change this narrative. We need to show that our shared humanity is so much stronger than hate; that refugees and asylum seekers are always welcome.“
In a small town of Tržič (Slovenia), an old cotton spinning mill now houses the Shoe Doctor team. A cobbler workshop specializing on repairs of climbing, hiking and mountaineering shoes. We chat with founder Miha Jazbec a third generation cobbler/climber about their mission, care and repair.