Recycling is no longer only a necessity, but has become mostly an art. It is even more fascinating, when the recycled material is wool, which we normally see only usable in its original and noble form, when it’s “new”.
Electronic Sheep is the name of a knitwear label born between Dublin and London in 1998. The collections are made entirely out of merino wool.
Inside Lo Sciarpino, founded in 2005, hides the creative soul of Simone Marcellini. The history of this label come from the awareness that yarn can be handled like a plastic material, which is suitable to being shaped and moulded.
Her name is Raffaella Ruggeri and she is the owner of a small atelier in the famous Brera district, in Milan, and she is the designer of woollen and cashmere T-shirts.
As 2014 comes to an end, The Ethical Fashion Initiative is delighted to unveil its latest project: The Hand of Fashion, published by Black Magazine in support of the Ethical Fashion Initiative.
Alberto Perretto, the founder of 120% Lino, tells the story of the origin of his brand in a very poetical way, and that’s something I like very much. If you want to read the story, please click here. The woman and man winter collections have been made of pure cashmere: after a long research on [...]