Designers on Catwalk

Prophetik – Jeff Garner

Featured Fashion Designer from USA

Garner’s vivacity and his commitment to creating distinctive, sustainable, eco-friendly fashion is a reflection of his environment

Plus Que Ma Vie – Andrea Lazzari

Designer from Italy

Pret-a-Porter high range to the constant search of new formal solutions, miscellaneous and with
strong expressive character, Plus Que Ma Vie was born in Milan in 2014

Fosca MILANO – Fosca Campagnoli

Designer from Italy

Her mother’s and father’s deft hands; the sound of the sewing machines in the family dressmaking business; threads, fabrics and colours: all of these were a hands-on school for Fosca. Now an artisan-artist, she has channelled this legacy of patience into research and projects in fabric, for both the home and accessories.

MSMAD

Spanish Collective Fashion Show coordinated by MSMAD

The collection of Spanish designers belonging to the sustainable fashion association of Madrid will be inspired by the love to sea
VIP guest designer: Tere Gutiérrez de la Concha
Mattos, Cucubox, Soesto, Upcyclick, Abissi

COCCCON – Georg Andreas Suhr

Designer from Germany

Award holder of the German Federal Ecodesign with a German-Indian brand Cocccon

Dr. Jocelyn H-C Chen

Featured Speaker and Designer from Taiwan

JOCELYN CHEN is an educator and fashion designer based in Taipei, Taiwan. As an Associate Professor at Fu Jen Catholic University, she has dedicated herself to embracing sustainable design practices to express and re-shape the definition of contemporary fashion

Navona – Megla Rózsa

Designer from Hungary

The core of the new NAVONA collection are the bio- and natural-fiber materials such as ramy, silk, cotton and flax. Part of the collection is made with the blue dyeing fabrics, which was included in the UNESCO list of Cultural Heritage

Nevice – Naima Nevice Maneno

Tanzanian Designer from Germany

NEVICE is an African fashion brand from Tanzanian designer Naima Nevice Maneno. Born and raised in Tanzania, today, NEVICE is located in Hannover, Germany

Sylvia Calvo

Designer from Spain

Going by the motto “From waste to value”, the brand is aiming to make sustainability part of the design

Soesto – Tere Gutiérrez de la Concha

Designer and Speaker from Spain

Founder and Director of Claudina Romero D & D Sustainable Fashion and Creative Director of the Soesto brand. Her conference “Growing up despite oil” speaks about inspiration and new business model in sustainable fashion

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Paloma G. López

Designer and Speaker from Spain

President of MSMAD Asociación Moda Sostenible de Madrid, CEO and Founder of The Circular Project

Mayu – Anita Koritke

Designer from Hungary

MAYU is a one-of-a-kind feel-good luxury label built on the values of Responsibility, Sustainability, Empowerment and Craftsmanship yet not compromising on Quality

Designers on Display

Ágnes Krivanics

Designer and Visual Artist from Hungary, Eco Fashion Team of NDL

“Seeing the potential where others may see waste gives me new sense of satisfaction. I investigated second hands garments and discarded fabrics, figuring out new ways to give them new life and second chance by using different sustainable techniques”

“Save the heritage” is the theme of my new collection. Using warn out tablecloth and towels originally created by grandmothers and great grandmothers to create my new embroidery. I use them to build the garbs that today’s elegant woman both needs and desire. Each peace carries in it the artisanal hand work of our ancestors.

 

Slow Fashion Word – Mariel Jumpa

Founder of Slow Fashion Word

“We believe that fast fashion is becoming obsolute slow, steady and ethical is winning the race as a growing community is celebrating quality over quantity”

De Mil Amores Buenos Aires – Mrs. Fabiana Fernandez Lanza

Eco Luxury Brand from Argentina

De Mil Amores Buenos Aires is a chic bohemian elegant female and romantic style truly based on the sustainable knit handmade by Artisans Couture trend with its own identity.

By Maqu – Marisa Fuentes

from Peru and Germany

By Maqu designs classic clothing with a timeless aesthetic. The garments are made with innovative fabrics using sustainable manufacturing methods. All products are handmade

Las polleras de Agus – Griela and Jhasmine Perez

Designers from Peru

Las polleras de Agus is a mix of respect, passion and admiration for Peruvian cultural identity. The brand seek to reclaim the traditional garments which are being lost over time.

Bohetnika – Lizeth Soto Rivas and Alex Behrendt

Designers from Mexico and Germany

Bohetnika is a Berlin based brand with the aim to value the preservation and growth of Mexican artisanal and sustainable design. By carrying these amazing handcrafted garments in Europe, Bohetnika is promoting cultural diversity through design to keep pre-Hispanic Mexican traditions alive.

Anna Fehér

Designer from Hungary

Frida Khalo’s presonality inspired  earrings, made out from rosey stripes, where the mexican and hungarian colours are harmonizing

Francisca Tornero

from Chile

Francisca Tornero is a Chilean author design firm for wedding dresses and haute couture. They seek to capture that Chilean identity in each of their designs.

Nhila – Natalia Esguerra Villegas

Designer from Colombia

Nhila is a textile printing studio bringing together artistic techniques to sustainable fashion. Each textile work (scarf) is designed with its own photograph, thus supporting the conservation and study of Colombian species and printed with inks that do not leave residues in the water or in the air by women in Bogotá.

Religare – Manuela Peña

Designer from Colombia

Religare is a form of aesthetic and ethical expression, where knowledge is united. And in this process of encounters, look for ways to make a sustainable industry. They are inspired by natural rhythms and the mystery of the universe

Biotico – Jessica Pullo

Designer from Argentina

Biotico is a sustainable and ethical fashion project (Upcycling) producing haute couture from waste. BIOTICO arises from the need to do something positive that would encourage a more caring society with the people who need it and the environment.

Busularo – Carla Busularo

Designer from Argentina

“Be genuine, feel Unique” by Busularu. Each piece links the person to their surroundings, telling a natural and organic story. All collections highlight the concept of Upcycling and the use of Alpaca, Raffia, Silk and vegetal paper creating capsule collections and unique pieces of art.

Karin Fraidenraij

Designer from Argentina

Unique designs made of high-quality, sustainable lama and alpaca wool manufactured in fair conditions in South America. The label with a studio in Munich, Germany stands for the designers’ dream combining her two worlds – South America and Europe.

Cristina Oviedo

Designer from Argentina

Cristina Oviedo is a sustainable Argentinian author design mark, dedicated to the manufacture of handmade pieces. The brand uses ancestral techniques of knitting and embroidery, always taking into account the environment, the craftsmanship and fair commerce aiming to create job opportunities, empowering women with providing income to develop an equal society.

Echaniz – Laura Echaniz

Designer from Argentina

Echaniz works with unique, handcrafted clothing reusing materials that had been previously discarded and recovers fabrics from the 70’, 80’, and 90’s such as jacquards, Gobelins, amongst other unique materials with a commitment to the environment and re-install value to tailoring.

Borbála Csiszár

Attendee from Romania

Collection: Point of view – 3D pattern magic – the dresses are made by upcycled fabrics

Botond David

 From Romania

Special hologram intallation about his collection of 1300 pcs folk costumes from all over the world

AnthyiaYing Lou 

China/Germany

Anthyia is founded to promote the old Asian nettle called ramie to reach our goal of promoting quality sustainable life style

MAYU – Anita Koritke

Designer from Hungary

Inspired by the minimalist philosophy of Icelandic culture, The Golden Circle Collection has simple, classic and timeless designs. Our leather is sourced from organic fish farms in Ireland, designed in New York and crafted in India with customised embellishments/trimmings from Hong Kong.

hatS by Annity – Sütő Andrea

Designer from Hungary

Custom made, hand embroidered hats symbolizing  the combination of ,„Antique” and  “Modernity”

Dr. Edit Csanák

Associate Professor at Óbuda University, Designer, Denim Artisan and Brand Hacker from Hungary

“DENIFESTO: What is a jeans worth when it is Serbian and the designer is Hungarian?” Manifesto for the fair trade

TildArt – Matilda Jánosi

UK/Hungary

“Diana Collection” made from a combination of Organic Fabrics & Recycled Curtains – coming from Spencer House the residence of Lady Diana, handmade in London

Mancika Designs – Anna Mancika

Designer from Hungary

Fun, colorful art jewelry created purely with sustainability in mind from cork and recycled materials

Violinda – Melinda Viola 

Junior Expo winner from Slovakia

Violinda deals with the value-added recycling, namely with Upcycling art. Worthless garbage receives a new value in the form of bags, accessories, laptop-mobile cases and gifts. “I also give a part-time job to people with reduced work capacity”

Doris Bakos

Student of the Forrai Art School, Hungary

Authentic korean folk costumes in a modern fashion art

AndReal – Andrea Benahmed Djilali

Handmade bags, accessories and clothes for women

„Eco-friendly wardrobe for women” – Innovative use of the cork for different fashion items and dress included – A special attitude the this natural material and to the product development

Gabriella Veszprémi

Hungarian winner of the WORTH EU project

Unique, conscious, fair trade, and extravagant shoes, bags, and asseccories made in Budapest in sustainable conditions to spread fashion awareness all over the world

Eventuell – Andrea Kesserű

Designer from Hungary

 ’A closer look helps to understand!’ Andrea Kesserű makes hand polished and hand painted loope jewellery out of reused optical glass /eyeglass/.Integral part of her collection are the accessoires made out of plexi glass waste. Many of them has the drawings of her down-syndrom son Dani on

Notjustuseless – Katalin Huszár

Designer from Hungary

Notjustuseless is an experimental ecodesign initiative collecting and re-using plastic straws to raise awareness of excessive consumer waste

Kinga Kovács

Designer from Hungary

„Color up!” Embroidered clothing items with Braille encryptions to help the visually impared indentify the color of their garments

ILINX – Adrienne Körtvély

Designer from Hungary

„SUSTAINABLE CAPACITY ” The project is a community co-operation with Adrienne Körtvély and Orsolya Springer designers, and the LÁMPÁS ’92 Foundation. It builds on traditions by creating clothes, redesign and embroidered jewelery, taking into account the expectations of today’s man.

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