100% circular, locally and socially made.
To be truly an ecological brand with low
waste production, the creator of the label, Soraya, collects tissue remains from local businesses.
Some parts are made from materials unusual: those used to cover mattresses or again from terry towels.
Saabou's cosmetic products are handmade and based on quality raw material. Those natural cosmetics are meant to take care of your hair, face and body.
WOOL FOR MILLICENT
Out of love for wool and knitting, Wool for Millicent is born ! All designs are knitted with high quality wool (alpaca, merino, mohair) cotton and linen by Kat Lauwers. The creations of Wool for Millicent are simple-hearted, refined and sustainable.
UNDER THY SKIN
Under Thy Skin stands for modern lingerie, handmade in Belgium. Neri uses for her creations, end of stocks and recycled material. She draws her inspiration from artists like Baudelaire and Van Eyck. Her work is addressed to every woman that believes in change.
SAMPLE SLOW JEWELRY
Since 2018, the founders of Sample Slow Jewelry, Marie and Nora, design their own jewelries in Silver 925 and in Vermeil. In opposition of fast fashion, they offer slow jewelries, in other words jewelry of quality, with refined design and manufactured et handcrafted in Brussels.
As designer, Janne Landuyt's intention is to make knitwear that can be cherished. Each knit is a reflection of her own vision and visual language that the wearers can combine with their own personalities and thus create a new 'fashion image' for themselves.
Unique handmade porcelain statement jewelry by Belgian artist Ellen Debie. While porcelain may be an unexpected material for jewelry, it means every piece is carefully handmade and therefore carries a unique identity of color, texture and shape.
Mon Col Anvers seeks the balance between French flair and Scandinavian minimalism. Designer Eva Juchtmans draws inspiration from travel, music & art, but especially from everyday life. In every collection of Mon Col Anvers there is a subtle theme that connects the pieces.
Young designer of sweaters from Brussels, Charlotte likes to works with abstract forms. She translates forms and elements, like for example letter characters, into abstract forms. This by taking them away from their original use.
Veerle Wils is a sustainable fashion designer from Antwerp, where all designs and productions are made from her studio. Everything is handmade. Leftover and deadstock fabrics are used, making each piece unique. To ensure as little overstock as possible, the designs also largely consist of one-size-fits-most models.
Giving a second life to clothes, Anne Nagels works with leftovers and deadstock fabrics to create a colorful collection of unique pieces. Anne's goal: move people towards more conscious clothing decisions and learn to love their garments.
Understanding architecture and design, form and function are vital for Mieke to design sophisticated, timeless pieces. In her latest collections, the 3D aspect comes to life through a vibrant mix of clashing colours creating an atypical palette.