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A collection reborn: Light on the Land 2.0 is out! (c) ISKO
Light on the Land 2.0
01.12.2020

A collection reborn: Light on the Land 2.0 is out!

  • Miles Johnson and ISKO’s Creative Room present the new responsible collection.

The second edition of this partnership tells the story of a unique combination of creativity and expertise brought to the table by ISKO’s style and design center, Creative Room Italy, and the innovative designer Miles Johnson, resulting in a collection featuring responsible R-TWO™ fabrics and a selection of sustainable accessories and details.

An act of care for the planet and its people, Light on the Land 2.0 is the new capsule designed by Miles Johnson and ISKO. Former Design Director at Levi Strauss & Co. and Senior Creative Director of Product Design and Development at Patagonia, Inc., Miles joined forces with Creative Room and Iskoteca, ISKO’s Italian style and washing research hubs, to develop a collection that brings responsibility in the fashion industry to the next level.

  • Miles Johnson and ISKO’s Creative Room present the new responsible collection.

The second edition of this partnership tells the story of a unique combination of creativity and expertise brought to the table by ISKO’s style and design center, Creative Room Italy, and the innovative designer Miles Johnson, resulting in a collection featuring responsible R-TWO™ fabrics and a selection of sustainable accessories and details.

An act of care for the planet and its people, Light on the Land 2.0 is the new capsule designed by Miles Johnson and ISKO. Former Design Director at Levi Strauss & Co. and Senior Creative Director of Product Design and Development at Patagonia, Inc., Miles joined forces with Creative Room and Iskoteca, ISKO’s Italian style and washing research hubs, to develop a collection that brings responsibility in the fashion industry to the next level.

The project includes 32 unique pieces, each of them realized with seasonless designs and sustainably-minded details. All the fabrics used in the collection were carefully selected from ISKO’s R-TWO™ platform. Using a mixture of reused cotton and recycled fibers, the technique embeds material circularity into the production processes, designing waste out of the system and minimizing impact at scale. Certified to Textile Exchange environmental credentials according to the percentage of materials contained, R-TWO™ ensures better use of raw materials and resource efficiency. ISKO’s Environmental Product Declarations (EPD®s), available for all its +25,000 products, offer a unique opportunity to measure the impact of R-TWO™’s savings in the Lifecycle Assessments (LCAs) framework, where resource savings can be seen in carbon impact, water-use reductions and many other impact KPIs.

Light on the Land 2.0 incorporates responsible design principles such as Cadica’s new and innovative trims, made of vegan apple “leather”, and has been developed using ecoconscious finishing techniques. The collection also features many additional sustainable facets such as efficient low-waste pattern cutting and design, efficient sewing methods, removeable rivets for end-of-life and biodegradable thread which can be removed at high heats.

“When we first started working on this project, we knew it was going to be amazing,” explained Massimo Munari, Manager and Art director Creative Room, ISKO. “To design a collection like this, you need to begin with the right mindset and of course, the right materials. R-TWO was the perfect ingredient, thanks to the re-used and re-cycled content. We then aimed to minimize impact at all stages: incorporating sustainable design ideas, washing processes and trims. We are proud to have created such an inspiring, and sustainable collection, and to bring our collective vision to light.”

Due to the unprecedented challenges of this time, the collection was entirely developed through remote working and creative solutions to ensure the safety and health of all parties involved. To this end, everyone was kept safe thanks to ISKO Vital™+ reusable and eco-friendly face covers, created with organic cotton to cater for comfort and sustainability.

Bemberg™: Nilufer Bracco launches niLuu collection (c) Bemberg™
Women’s Sand kimono, matching sleep mask and pillowcase made of Bemberg™
27.10.2020

Bemberg™: Nilufer Bracco launches niLuu collection

  • The stunning niLuu collection by former professional volleyball player Nilufer Bracco features smart Bemberg™ fabrics by Ipeker
  • Wonderful kimonos for women and men, sleep and face masks are the key pieces of the PETA certified and cruelty-free collection, 100% Bemberg™ and vegan

Former professional volleyball player Nilufer Bracco recently launched niLuu, a PETA approved cruelty-free loungewear brand using 100% Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei that combines the iconic elegance of traditional silk with a socially and environmentally ethical production process.

  • The stunning niLuu collection by former professional volleyball player Nilufer Bracco features smart Bemberg™ fabrics by Ipeker
  • Wonderful kimonos for women and men, sleep and face masks are the key pieces of the PETA certified and cruelty-free collection, 100% Bemberg™ and vegan

Former professional volleyball player Nilufer Bracco recently launched niLuu, a PETA approved cruelty-free loungewear brand using 100% Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei that combines the iconic elegance of traditional silk with a socially and environmentally ethical production process.

Bemberg™ is a fiber made from the smart-tech transformation of cotton linters bio-utility materials that are converted through a traceable and transparent closed loop process; the Bemberg™ Ipeker Textile  fabric’s uniqueness comes from the exceptional quality characteristics achieved in design. The end result is a luxurious fabric so soft and smooth that it is almost like a second skin, breathes like cotton, drapes beautifully like silk, and reflects the cultural tradition of luxury textiles from founder Nilufer Bracco’s native country, Turkey. The first collection released by Miami based niLuu features premium quality kimono robes, sleep masks, face masks, and pillowcases that are available in a variety of deep and vibrant colors, and with a soft-brushed finish typical of premium sand-washed silk.

Designed to not only feel and look amazing but the entire niLuu collection is sustainable, biodegradable and 100% vegan.  Ipeker Textile, one of the major Bemberg™ fabric producers in Europe, proudly holds the title as the first vegan fabric producer in the world, receiving Vegan V-Label certificate on around 150 different products that adhere to the guidelines of the European Vegetarian Label, most of them developed with Bemberg™ yarn.

niLuu’s innovative Bemberg™ collection is hypoallergenic, antistatic, easy to care for, and it is also known to have several benefits for the skin. The breathability of the fabric helps to maintain body temperature; excellent moisture control means the fabric doesn’t dry out the skin or hair in the ways that cotton would and minimal friction against the skin means it is also known to have anti-aging benefits.  Speaking of niLuu’s high-quality Bemberg™ fabric, Founder, Nilufer Bracco adds, “Our innovative Bemberg™ vegan silk delivers the best of both worlds. Not only does our luxury fabric feel amazing when you use it, but you can also feel good knowing that it caused minimum harm to the planet when it was produced and that it will leave only the slightest trace when it reaches the end of its lifecycle.”

The luxury textiles brand has also shown its commitment to responsible practices, by partnering with 1% for the Planet pledging to donate 1% of their annual revenue to environmental organizations that work hard to protect our planet.

TINTEX @ Performance Days: 3 cutting-edge eco-performing innovations on show (c) TINTEX
Co.Lab collections: C.L.A.S.S., TINTEX, Becri, Confetil, Pedrosa & Rodrigues
05.11.2019

TINTEX @ Performance Days: 3 cutting-edge eco-performing innovations on show

  • A naturally advanced collection, a cutting-edge coloration technology, and a brand-new collaborative business model.
  • TINTEX stands out at PERFORMANCE DAYS, the functional fabric fair for the sourcing in sports, work and corporate wear.
  • Performance Days, Munich, November 13th -14th, 2019 –booth C08 / hall C1

The leading jersey manufacturer brings a new holistic and sustainable approach spun from the company’s DNA and woven in the mission to create Naturally Advanced fabrics.

The WEME collection - A/W 20/21
The new statement collection goes beyond intellectual and spiritual individual needs to embrace a communal vision blurring ‘we’ and ‘me’, ‘conscious’ and unconscious’, responsible innovation and creativity. Developed around the concept sub-collections ID, Superego and EGO, the range comes in electric and active tones and combines smart ingredients and processes to drive innovation by harnessing the company’s unique dyeing and finishing expertise.

  • A naturally advanced collection, a cutting-edge coloration technology, and a brand-new collaborative business model.
  • TINTEX stands out at PERFORMANCE DAYS, the functional fabric fair for the sourcing in sports, work and corporate wear.
  • Performance Days, Munich, November 13th -14th, 2019 –booth C08 / hall C1

The leading jersey manufacturer brings a new holistic and sustainable approach spun from the company’s DNA and woven in the mission to create Naturally Advanced fabrics.

The WEME collection - A/W 20/21
The new statement collection goes beyond intellectual and spiritual individual needs to embrace a communal vision blurring ‘we’ and ‘me’, ‘conscious’ and unconscious’, responsible innovation and creativity. Developed around the concept sub-collections ID, Superego and EGO, the range comes in electric and active tones and combines smart ingredients and processes to drive innovation by harnessing the company’s unique dyeing and finishing expertise.

The new fabrics are made from a mix of new generation fibers that enhance free movement such as REFIBRA™ by Lenzing, Q-NOVA® by Fulgar and the unique GRS certified premium stretch ROICA™ EF.  The smartcel™ powered ID sub-collection is defined by striped structures that simulate flaws on initially smooth and perfected surfaces and provides soothing, anti-inflammatory effects thanks to the inclusion of zinc oxide, provides soothing, anti-inflammatory effects. The “EGO” selection comes in rich purples, calm lilacs and feminine yellows and features natural fibers such as organic wool. The “Superego” is available in unique styles and colours, achieved thanks to Colorzen® and the Naturally Clean® finishing. Together these enhance the natural beauty of cotton and cellulosics eliminating harsh treatments and optimizing clean surfaces with vivid colors, and an exquisitely smooth hand feel. Transformed materials take such as ECOTEC® by Marchi&Fildi take the lead saving up to 77.9% in water compared with regular cottons.

COLORAU®
TINTEX’ cutting edge color technology which received the Sustainable Solution award in the May 2019 edition of Techtextil debuts in Munich. COLORAU®  was created with a Portuguese consortium constituted by premium realities and gives life to responsibly colored fabrics with antimicrobial properties, using natural dyes extracted from different types of natural plants resources that do not use salt in the production.

COLORAU® uses only compounds of natural origin such as thyme, boldo, peppermint, chestnut and gambier in the production of functional and sustainable textiles in a variety of fibers such as cotton, lyocell and wool. An eco-efficient and low temperature surface treatment improves the affinity between the textile substrate and these natural compounds. The technology features a selection of “performing” extracts for appropriate color fastness to light and washing as well as color durability and antimicrobial functionality.

CO.LAB

TINTEX is proud to announce CO.LAB, a smart and collaborative business model and a totally new supply chain developed in coordination and with the support of C.L.A.S.S.. The first sustainable and PETA-Approved collections are 100% traceable without compromising on quality and style. As co-leader and founding actor, TINTEX has invited Becri, Confetil and Pedrosa & Rodrigues, 3 leading companies, each producing specialized garment styles. The new collections are:

  1. The ECOPERFORMER by TINTEX with Confetil collection meets the values of millennials and generation Z consumers. Sustainable, multitasking, gender neutral and designed to fit contemporary urban lifestyle. The collection comprises modern soft sports garment with fully transparent innovation values. The range flexes its muscles with the best sustainable and high-performative materials for comfort, ease and style. All selected fabrics are PeTA APPROVED VEGAN. Designed to win.
  2. ‘LEGACY H20’ by TINTEX with Becri is 100% traceable and focuses on responsible water-management.
  3. ‘SENSING SMARTS’ by TINTEX with Pedrosa & Rodrigues, a next-to-skin soft and sensual range of materials enhancing wellbeing and comfort while harnessing an innovative and responsible way of using chemical products for a greener and safest future.
Source:

GB Network Marketing & Communication

Final report Heimtextil 2019 (c) Messe Frankfurt
11.01.2019

Heimtextil 2019: A lively start to the new furnishing season gives hope for a good business year ahead

The international home textiles industry has enjoyed a promising start at Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main, which finished Friday, 11 January. The challenging economic situation and uncertainty in the retail sector were countered by a positive and confident mood at the world’s leading trade fair.

The international home textiles industry has enjoyed a promising start at Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main, which finished Friday, 11 January. The challenging economic situation and uncertainty in the retail sector were countered by a positive and confident mood at the world’s leading trade fair.

3025 exhibitors from 65 countries* took the international trade fair for home and contract textiles to a 15-year high: ‘Exhibitors and visitors accepted the new trade fair concept with great enthusiasm and confirmed the trade fair’s position as the world’s most important meeting place for the industry. The quality of the decision-makers impressed the exhibitors, as did the number of new business contacts from 156 countries, especially international ones – thus enabling Heimtextil to set a new benchmark’, says Detlef Braun, Member of the Board of Management of Messe Frankfurt. ‘Around 67,500 visitors* ensured that there was a busy atmosphere in the halls, despite a slight decline due to various reasons, such as difficult travel conditions on account of the storms in the alpine region and airport strikes in Germany’. [*For comparison, 2018: 2,975 exhibitors from 64 countries; 68,584 visitors from 135 countries, FKM-tested)]

3025 exhibitors from 65 countries* took the international trade fair for home and contract textiles to a 15-year high: ‘Exhibitors and visitors accepted the new trade fair concept with great enthusiasm and confirmed the trade fair’s position as the world’s most important meeting place for the industry. The quality of the decision-makers impressed the exhibitors, as did the number of new business contacts from 156 countries, especially international ones – thus enabling Heimtextil to set a new benchmark’, says Detlef Braun, Member of the Board of Management of Messe Frankfurt. ‘Around 67,500 visitors* ensured that there was a busy atmosphere in the halls, despite a slight decline due to various reasons, such as difficult travel conditions on account of the storms in the alpine region and airport strikes in Germany’.

One topic that occupied both exhibitors and visitors was the current and future economic situation. A further challenge is the increasingly evident changes that are happening in trade. Increasing revenues and revenue shares in online retailing stand in the way of the efforts made by the stationary retail trade to maintain their inner-city businesses. ‘The small business specialist trade, but also department stores and multibrand stores, and thus the heart of our visitor target groups, are under pressure from the constantly increasing levels of e-commerce. With Heimtextil and our consumer goods fairs in general, we offer these retailers in particular clear perspectives and diverse inspiration in an ambiguous world’, continues Braun.

Heimtextil made it easier for its visitors to access valuable inspiration and business momentum thanks to an optimised trade fair concept and the associated new hall structure. ‘The new concept brought more visitors to the stand’, was the feedback from Andreas Klenk, Managing Director of Saum & Viebahn from Kulmbach in Franconia about hall 8.0 which offered textiles editeurs and manufacturers of curtain and sun protection systems a common platform for the first time. ‘It was the right decision to merge the different segments. We had high quality discussions with respect to both export and domestic business, and are satisfied with the trade fair’.

As part of the new concept, Heimtextil expanded its unique product range across the entire exhibition site and also included the new hall 12, which has been an additional architectural highlight on the Frankfurt exhibition grounds since September.

Top international companies from the Bed & Bath Fashion segment presented their wares here. For the company Curt Bauer from Aue in Saxony, the première of the new hall was a successful one. ‘We're very enthusiastic about the new hall 12. The product range there was very well received. We are very satisfied with the quality of visitors to our stand. In addition to a good frequency of German visitors, we are particularly pleased about growth from China and Russia’, says Managing Director Michael Bauer.

Natural materials, PET and ocean plastics 
Heimtextil set a standard in terms of sustainability: after the first global climate protection agreement for the textile industry was signed by 40 leading fashion companies, organisations and associations at the World Climate Conference in Katowice last December, the focus in Frankfurt was also on environmental progress in the textile industry. Numerous exhibitors presented progressive solutions, for example in the recycling of PET bottles and ocean plastic as well as in the use of certified natural materials. ‘Sustainability was the theme for us at this year’s Heimtextil. Major media players visited us and the 'Green Tour’ guided tour stopped by. We presented many things, including our first vegan duvet and fair silk products, all 100 per cent produced in Austria’, says Denise Hartmann, Marketing Manager at Hefel Textil. The topics of water consumption in the textile industry and microplastics also increasingly came to the fore. The exhibitor directory ‘Green Directory’ alone contained around 150 progressive companies listing sustainably produced textiles. The offer was supplemented by its own lecture series as well as theme-specific tours, which provided valuable impetus and
underpinned the pioneering green position of the trade fair.

Sleep becomes new lifestyle theme
Heimtextil also focused on sleep as one of the upcoming lifestyle trends. While a balanced diet and sufficient exercise are now a natural part of a healthy lifestyle, restorative sleep is still neglected* although it is one of the most important building blocks for long-term physical and mental well-being. At Heimtextil, a number of new products and aspects came to the fore that help people become sensitised to and analyse their sleep behaviour and promote healthy sleep. Around the redesigned hall 11.0 and in the adjoining lecture area ‘Sleep! The Future Forum’, representatives from the national and international bed industry enjoyed attractive product presentations and superb speeches on the topics of sustainability, hospitality, sport and digital.

In addition to the renowned trend show, the trade fair also focused on contract business, particularly in the hotel and hospitality sector, as well as decorative and upholstery fabrics, digital printing solutions and wallpapers.

The next Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main – its 50th edition – will take place from 7 to 10 January 2020.

*According to a forsa investigation commissioned by the Techniker Krankenkasse

More information:
Heimtextil
Source:

Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH

PETAs „Vegan Fashion Award 2018“ © Myrka studios
Beste Newcomer beim „Vegan Fashion Award 2018“: die Myrka studios aus Berlin
27.09.2018

PETAs „Vegan Fashion Award 2018“

  • Prominente Jury prämiert 10 Modedesigns ohne Tierleid

Stuttgart – Vegane Mode boomt. Immer mehr junge Designer und etablierte Labels setzen auf tierfreundliche Mode. Um diese Entwicklung zu fördern, verleiht PETA zum sechsten Mal den „Vegan Fashion Award“. Mit dem Preis zeichnet die Tierrechtsorganisation stylishe und vegane Designs aus. Die kreativen Gewinner beweisen, dass es möglich ist, trendige Must-haves herzustellen, ohne tierische Materialien zu verarbeiten. In diesem Jahr hat PETAs Jury Produkte aus zehn Kategorien im Hinblick auf Stil, innovative Materialien, Nachhaltigkeit und Tierfreundlichkeit des Labels bewertet. Ihr Votum haben die Juroren und Jurorinnen Ariane Sommer, Kai Schumann, Caro Cult und Manfred Baumann dieses Mal auch in den zwei neuen Kategorien „Bestes Designer Piece“ und „Bestes Fashion Piece Kids“ abgegeben.
 

  • Prominente Jury prämiert 10 Modedesigns ohne Tierleid

Stuttgart – Vegane Mode boomt. Immer mehr junge Designer und etablierte Labels setzen auf tierfreundliche Mode. Um diese Entwicklung zu fördern, verleiht PETA zum sechsten Mal den „Vegan Fashion Award“. Mit dem Preis zeichnet die Tierrechtsorganisation stylishe und vegane Designs aus. Die kreativen Gewinner beweisen, dass es möglich ist, trendige Must-haves herzustellen, ohne tierische Materialien zu verarbeiten. In diesem Jahr hat PETAs Jury Produkte aus zehn Kategorien im Hinblick auf Stil, innovative Materialien, Nachhaltigkeit und Tierfreundlichkeit des Labels bewertet. Ihr Votum haben die Juroren und Jurorinnen Ariane Sommer, Kai Schumann, Caro Cult und Manfred Baumann dieses Mal auch in den zwei neuen Kategorien „Bestes Designer Piece“ und „Bestes Fashion Piece Kids“ abgegeben.
 
„Vegane Mode wird nahezu täglich vielfältiger und innovativer. Die Menschen wollen nicht nur gut aussehen, sie wollen sich auch gut fühlen: in Kleidung, für die kein Tier leiden muss. Junge Designer und auch etablierte Labels haben das längst erkannt“, so Harald Ullmann, 2. Vorsitzender von PETA Deutschland. „Die Gewinner des ‚Vegan Fashion Award 2018‘ beeindrucken mit ihren Ideen, die Modewelt nicht nur tierfreundlich, sondern auch umwelt- und ressourcenschonend zu gestalten. Wir danken ihnen für ihre zukunftsweisende Arbeit.“
 
Die Gewinner des „Vegan Fashion Award 2018“:

  • Bestes Designer Piece (neu): Blumenkleid „Bernadette“ von ManduTrap
     
  • Bestes Fashion Piece Damen: „Maxikleid“ von SinWeaver
     
  • Bestes Fashion Piece Herren: „Sörlandet" von brainshirt 
     
  • Bestes Accessoire Damen: happy genie „Apple Bag“ 
     
  • Bestes Accessoire Herren: „Tablet Case" von People Wear Organic by MICHALSKY 
     
  • Beste Schuhe Damen: Dogo „Chelsea Boots - I Like Winter" 
     
  • Beste Schuhe Herren: „Sneaker Fungi" von nat-2? 
     
  • Beste Sportswear: Puma Sneaker „Shantell Martin Muse Maia“ 
     
  • Beste vegane Kollektion Newcomer: Myrka studios 
     
  • Bestes Fashion Piece Kids (neu): Infantium Victoria „Warrior Princess Dress"

 
Raffinierte Schnitte und moderne Designs machen aus den prämierten Stücken echte Hingucker. Die verarbeiteten Materialien lassen mindestens ebenso staunen: Mit Leder aus Äpfeln und Pilzen, Microfaser-Velours aus recycelten PET-Flaschen, Kork und Biobaumwolle setzen die Modeschaffenden ein Statement Richtung Nachhaltigkeit. Die komplette B-Kollektion der als beste Newcomer ausgezeichneten Myrka studios ist sogar so konzeptioniert, dass jedes Kleidungsstück am Ende seines Lebenszyklus wieder zurück in den Textilkreislauf geführt werden kann.

Mode und tierleidfreier Lifestyle sind auch die Leidenschaften der diesjährigen Vegan-Fashion-Award-Jury. „Das moderne Fashion-Statement steht für die Tiere, für die Umwelt und für soziale Gerechtigkeit. Die wahren Fashionistas von heute sind Fashion-Visionäre und nicht Fashion Victims: Sie gestalten neben ihrem eigenen Look durch ihre Produktwahl auch aktiv die Welt, in der wir alle leben. Das ist echte Fashion-Power“, so Autorin und Kolumnistin Ariane Sommer. Schauspieler Kai Schumann findet: „Ich bin immer wieder fasziniert, welche Vielfalt mittlerweile auf dem veganen Fashionmarkt existiert. Die Ideen der Designer, besonders bei der Entwicklung von veganen Materialien, scheinen schier unerschöpflich. Wenn diese dann noch nachhaltig, fair und bio sind, bin ich restlos überzeugt. Vegan ist fashionable!“ „Die heutige Mode setzt auf Trends, die nicht von Tieren abstammen. Auch auf den Runways der großen Designer finden sich viele Stücke, die vegan und gleichzeitig High Fashion sind. Das ist ein toller Lifestyle, den ich gern unterstütze“, so Starfotograf Manfred Baumann. Für Schauspielerin Caro Cult ist vegane Mode ein Appell an das Mitgefühl: „Vegane Mode schätze ich so, weil es ein schöner Beweis dafür ist, dass Fashion nicht gleich Oberflächlichkeit und Ignoranz bedeuten muss. Ich freue mich wahnsinnig über Designer, die sich für tierfreie Materialien entscheiden, weil das ein Statement an die Modebranche und ihre Konsumenten ist.“
 
Der „Vegan Fashion Award 2018“ wird in Kooperation mit „enorm“ verliehen. Das Magazin für den gesellschaftlichen Wandel will Mut machen und unter dem Claim „Zukunft fängt bei Dir an“ zeigen, mit welchen kleinen Veränderungen jeder Einzelne einen Beitrag leisten kann. Dazu stellt „enorm“ inspirierende Macher und ihre Ideen sowie Unternehmen und Projekte vor, die das Leben und Arbeiten zukunftsfähiger und nachhaltiger gestalten. Konstruktiv, intelligent und lösungsorientiert.
 
PETAs Motto lautet in Teilen, dass Tiere nicht dazu da sind, dass wir sie anziehen.

More information:
PETA Vegan Fashion Award Vegan
Source:

PETA Deutschland e.V.

BETWEEN THE LINES BY INYATI (c)INYATI
22.08.2018

BETWEEN THE LINES BY INYATI

  • INYATI ist ein veganes premium fashion label.
  • Ende August 2018 kommt die capsule collection „Between the Lines” auf den Markt.
  • Die Übergangskollektion „Between the lines“ präsentiert zeitlos elegante Taschen.

Die begehrten Modelle sind vielseitig tragbar, im Winter mit faux fur-Henkeln und im Sommer haben sie einen cleanen, modernen Look wenn man den faux fur abnimmt, dieser ist nämlich einfach nur über den Henkel gestülpt. Von glatten, eleganten Modellen bis hin zu immer schickem Croco-Print. Die Taschen sind vielfältig kombinierbar, egal zu welcher Jahreszeit. Ob Statement Piece, everyday Shopper, belt bag, oder evening bag. “Between the lines“-Taschen sind wunderbar wandelbar. Die Trendteile sind in den Preislagen ab 34,95 Euro bis hin zu maximal 89,95 Euro erhältlich.

Alle Kollektionen sind komplett vegan, das Fell ist ausschließlich faux fur! INYATI ist Cruelty-free mit Stil!

  • INYATI ist ein veganes premium fashion label.
  • Ende August 2018 kommt die capsule collection „Between the Lines” auf den Markt.
  • Die Übergangskollektion „Between the lines“ präsentiert zeitlos elegante Taschen.

Die begehrten Modelle sind vielseitig tragbar, im Winter mit faux fur-Henkeln und im Sommer haben sie einen cleanen, modernen Look wenn man den faux fur abnimmt, dieser ist nämlich einfach nur über den Henkel gestülpt. Von glatten, eleganten Modellen bis hin zu immer schickem Croco-Print. Die Taschen sind vielfältig kombinierbar, egal zu welcher Jahreszeit. Ob Statement Piece, everyday Shopper, belt bag, oder evening bag. “Between the lines“-Taschen sind wunderbar wandelbar. Die Trendteile sind in den Preislagen ab 34,95 Euro bis hin zu maximal 89,95 Euro erhältlich.

Alle Kollektionen sind komplett vegan, das Fell ist ausschließlich faux fur! INYATI ist Cruelty-free mit Stil!

INYATI verkörpert stylische, urbane Frauen, die die Welt erobern möchten. Der Anspruch: die neuesten Modetrends in tragbare Accessoires verwandeln, die zeitlos sind und nichts mit Fast-Fashion zu tun haben. Im Januar 2018 wurde die erste Kollektion vorgestellt, mittlerweile sind die Produkte bei P&C, OTTO, Zalando, Asos, Engelhorn, Dielmann, Karstner&Öhler und vielen Anderen zu finden. Die Taschen liegen im VK zwischen 34,95€ und 99.95€. Von Shoppern, über Crossbody bags, Belt bags bis hin zu Tophandle bags ist für jeden Geschmack etwas dabei.

INYATI ist PETA-Approved. Das PETA-Zertifikat bedeutet, dass die Marke tierprodukt- und tierversuchsfrei ist.

 

PETA verleiht den „Vegan Fashion Award 2017“ ©TOM TAILOR
Beste Schuhe Herren: Schnürstiefel von TOM TAILOR
25.09.2017

PETA verleiht den „Vegan Fashion Award 2017“

  • Ananasleder und pflanzliche Seide
  • Tierrechtsorganisation zeichnet Labels für tierfreundliche Mode aus

Stuttgart – Glamouröse Stilettos, lässige Parkas und stylishe Taschen Vegane Mode kann alles und ist im Trend. Weil Verbraucher aus ethischen Gründen zunehmend zu Kleidung und Accessoires ohne Leder, Wolle und Co. greifen, setzen sowohl Newcomer als auch die ganz großen Marken verstärkt auf tierfreie Materialien. Um diese Entwicklung zu unterstützen, verleiht PETA bereits seit fünf Jahren den „Vegan Fashion Award“. Mit dem begehrten Preis zeichnet die Tierrechtsorganisation besonders bemerkenswerte vegane Designs aus. Auch in diesem Jahr hat PETA Produkte aus acht Kategorien im Hinblick auf Stil, innovative Materialien, Nachhaltigkeit und Tierfreundlichkeit des Labels bewertet. Das Ergebnis war beeindruckend.

  • Ananasleder und pflanzliche Seide
  • Tierrechtsorganisation zeichnet Labels für tierfreundliche Mode aus

Stuttgart – Glamouröse Stilettos, lässige Parkas und stylishe Taschen Vegane Mode kann alles und ist im Trend. Weil Verbraucher aus ethischen Gründen zunehmend zu Kleidung und Accessoires ohne Leder, Wolle und Co. greifen, setzen sowohl Newcomer als auch die ganz großen Marken verstärkt auf tierfreie Materialien. Um diese Entwicklung zu unterstützen, verleiht PETA bereits seit fünf Jahren den „Vegan Fashion Award“. Mit dem begehrten Preis zeichnet die Tierrechtsorganisation besonders bemerkenswerte vegane Designs aus. Auch in diesem Jahr hat PETA Produkte aus acht Kategorien im Hinblick auf Stil, innovative Materialien, Nachhaltigkeit und Tierfreundlichkeit des Labels bewertet. Das Ergebnis war beeindruckend.

„Nie war es so einfach wie heute, vegane Mode zu finden. Junge Designer und etablierte Labels haben erkannt, dass ein Umdenken in der Gesellschaft stattfindet: Mit Kleidung, für die Tiere leiden müssen, fühlt man sich nicht mehr wohl“, so Harald Ullmann, 2. Vorsitzender von PETA Deutschland. „Die Gewinner des ‚Vegan Fashion Award 2017‘ zeigen, wie vielfältig und kreativ tierfreie Materialien einsetzbar sind. Wir danken ihnen für ihre zukunftsweisende Arbeit.“

Die Preisträger des „Vegan Fashion Award 2017“:

  • Beste Outerwear Damen: Jacke „Shire“ von Closed
  • Beste Outerwear Herren: Parka „Merat“ von HUGO
  • Beste Schuhe Damen: Silberner High Heel von even&odd
  • Beste Schuhe Herren: Schnürstiefel von TOM TAILOR
  • Bestes Accessoire Damen: Shopper von Esprit
  • Bestes Accessoire Herren: Uhr von LIAN & MÉZ
  • Beste vegane Kollektion: studio JUX
  • Veganer Newcomer: Paplebag

Auch in diesem Jahr hat der „Vegan Fashion Award“ mit Kai Schumann, Ariane Sommer und Armin Morbach prominente Paten mit einer Leidenschaft für Mode und tierleidfreien Lifestyle. „Für mich und viele andere Menschen kommt Kleidung, für die Tiere leiden und sterben müssen, schon lange nicht mehr infrage“, so Schauspieler Kai Schumann. „Ich finde es großartig, dass sich immer mehr Designer dessen bewusst werden und tierfreie Materialien verwenden. PETAs ‚Vegan Fashion Award‘ belohnt sie dafür und treibt die Entwicklung voran.“

Autorin und Kolumnistin Ariane Sommer findet: „Heutzutage gibt es so tolle und hochwertige Produkte aus tierfreien Materialien, dass wirklich keine Wünsche offen bleiben. Die aktuelle vegane Mode macht Spaß, ist stylish und überzeugt, was Qualität und Vielfalt angeht – das zeigen die Gewinner des ‚Vegan Fashion Award 2017‘.“

„Mich begeistern Modemacher, die sich an Neues wagen, experimentieren und eingefahrene Wege verlassen“, sagt Fotograf und Stylist Armin Morbach. „Die innovativen Materialien und Designs der ‚Vegan Fashion Award‘-Gewinner finde ich spannend. So sieht die Mode der Zukunft aus: kreativ und vor allem ohne Tierleid.“

Um Kunden das vegane Shopping zu erleichtern, vergibt PETA das „PETA-Approved Vegan“-Logo, mit dem Kleidung und Accessoires als „tierfrei“ gekennzeichnet werden. Das Logo können Unternehmen nach Abschluss eines kostenfreien Lizenzvertrages zur Auszeichnung veganer Produkte nutzen. Menschen, die das Leiden der Tiere für Pelz, Leder, Wolle und Daunen nicht unterstützen wollen, sollten sich für vegane Kleidung entscheiden. Weitere Informationen und Tipps gibt es in PETAs Shopping-Guide.

Thermore THERMORE®
Thermore
17.07.2017

Thermore® brings you FREEDOM and is now PeTA Approved Vegan.

In recent times, there has been a shift in the mentality of what outerwear is supposed to do. The consumers have plenty of jackets that keep them warm- what they desire now is something more functional- a more specialized garment that keeps them comfortable. According to the English dictionary, “comfort” is defined as “a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint”. So, what is more comfortable than a garment that continuously moves and adapts around your body?


Imagine if you could be warm wearing something as comfy as those stretch jeans or yoga pants that adapt to your body and the activity at hand?
Thermore now introduces Thermore® Freedom, a new type of synthetic thermal insulation designed for what consumers expect from their outerwear in modern times. A product that will stretch and move as much as they need it to (up to 40%!). Four different levels of performance guarantee that you're ready for anything.

In recent times, there has been a shift in the mentality of what outerwear is supposed to do. The consumers have plenty of jackets that keep them warm- what they desire now is something more functional- a more specialized garment that keeps them comfortable. According to the English dictionary, “comfort” is defined as “a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint”. So, what is more comfortable than a garment that continuously moves and adapts around your body?


Imagine if you could be warm wearing something as comfy as those stretch jeans or yoga pants that adapt to your body and the activity at hand?
Thermore now introduces Thermore® Freedom, a new type of synthetic thermal insulation designed for what consumers expect from their outerwear in modern times. A product that will stretch and move as much as they need it to (up to 40%!). Four different levels of performance guarantee that you're ready for anything.

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