September 2018


Sustainable Spring Style from Helsinki
September 2018




Ethical glamour
Architectural and minimalist evening wear made of 100 per cent biodegradeable material by Hoh Pabssi.
Photo credits Anna Semerdjiev

Be a trendsetter while embracing coexistence with nature. Helsinki, the first 100 per cent sustainable fashion week, inspires "zero waste' fashion with stunning collections crafted from natural and reusable fabrics or recycled materials. It's the beginning of a new era of fashion, where inspired eco-friendly chic has become a wardrobe essential.

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    Timeless and practical
    Mai Niemi ethically-crafted stories of Nordic nature into sustainable designs complemented by expressive organic accessories.
    Photo credits Riku Kyla

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    Exploring sustainability and tradition
    The N&S Gaia by Sid Sidhartha focused on hand-woven textiles fused with upcycled mill-woven fabrics that promote unexplored crafts.
    Photo credits Tom Rollich

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    Innovative and passionate
    Emphasising tailoring on custom developed fabric, Kate Szegedi presented a playful and fresh attitude to 21st century fashion.
    Photo credits Tom Rollich

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    Pure and eternal beauty
    Essentials that transcend temporary trends and seasonality featured in the Saneras collection.
    Photo credits Runway Manhattan

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    Honouring Mother Earth
    Chic and classic designs on a zero-waste concept by Nathalia Jmag. A perfect blend of bold and subtle shades for a striking effect.
    Photo credits Tom Rollich

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