Meet the Designers

Mayya Saliba

Designer with a focus on cir-
cularity. Her objective is to con-
tribute to sustainable develop-
ment and circular economy

Adhesif Clothing

Canadian fashion label that produces handmade garments and accessories with up to 95% vintage & reclaimed materials

Natascha von Hirschhausen

Pure, contemporary design, that flows around the female body, is crafted to perfection of natural and sustainable fibers


Elegant tailored business, evening and casual fashion made of high quality, sustainable, certified materials

SDN Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY based fashion com-
pany committed to sustainability and local production while still maintaining cutting edge style

Miriam Laubner

Living and working in Berlin - experimented with the topics fur and sustainabilty

Camilla Carrara

Currently in Milan working as communication assistant at C.L.A.S.S. and developing the brand Zerobarracento

Remo Polack

Seeking collaboration for the development of sustainable design strategies in the work wear industry

Natacha Aedo Durán

Seeking active collaboration with designers and retailers to develop more sustainable business strategies

Sintija Avotniece

Based in Copenhagen working as an independent designer with various concepts of sustainability and textile design

María José Simian

Chilenian Designer María José Simian works on the develop-
ment of a more sustainable fashion industry for Chile

Alternative Fashion

Eco chic womenswear brand for the modern women. We develop conceptual design to merge nature with technology

Lisa Pearce

German Fashion designer comb-
ining the idea of sustainable fashion with feminine and elegant but comfortable cuts

Galatea Ziss

Contemporary collections for men and women, symbiotically combining clear cuts, perfect craftsmanship and sustainability

Liz Alig

Liz Alig is a boho, effortless look designed from recycled & hand-
woven textiles, sewn by fair trade cooperatives around the world

Stormie Dreams

Los Angeles based womens 
brand working on emphasizing social and environmental responsibility

STILL garments

Slow fashion from berlin: Simple silhouettes, botanical dyes and hand stitched details on zero waste patterns