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Namnlöst-1 kopieraFashion round-up is a weekly overview of sustainable fashion news and initiatives worth highlighting. Enjoy!

Simple Shoes re-launch
The re-launch of the ethical footwear brand Simple Shoes will see the light of day this fall – it’s their first collection in five years. Here.

Digital fabric printer
The launch of Epson’s SureColor F7170 – a line of digital printed textiles – were a hot topic at New York Fashion Week. Read more here.

Some vintage tips
Actor Henry Lloyd-Hughes talks about his interest in clothes in general and vintage clothes in particular. Read about his vintage hunt tips over here.

Debute at NYFW15
Nadaam, a knitwear brand working with responsibly sourced cashmere, debuted at the latest edition of New York Fashion Week where Aveda created the look.

Plakinger
Plakinger – a Berlin based fashion brand recently getting attention as one of five sustainable fashion brands to watch – have made a limited edition collection produced in Germany. Here.

Words by Hanna Karlsson


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