Top 100 Green Initiatives 2015

Tortoise bags, dresses made of crayons and the 100 best green initiatives of the year. 

Tortoise bags
These sustainable awesome-looking tortoise bags from Christopher Raeburn is a must see this week. Here.

Crayons turning into couture
Crayons plus Rebecca Minkoff, Nanette Lepore and Rebecca Taylor equals haute couture dresses made with a lot of creativity. More here.

The unisex trend
We’re totally feeling the gender-blending mood in the fashion industry right now. More here.

The best green initiatives 2015
People Tree was listed as one of the top 20 green projects this year. See the whole Top 100 Green Initiatives 2015 list here.

Tahaanga
We’re curious of this new men’s brand dedicated to producing garments where sustainability aspects are set in focus. Here.

Words by Hanna Karlsson


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