Fashion month is coming to a close but not without Karl Lagerfeld and the magnificent team at CHANEL paying tribute to a sustainable future with solar panels and wind turbines. He did a very non sustainable thing a few seasons ago by shipping that ginormous iceberg to Paris, yet Lagerfeld is fully focused [...]Read More ...
Gundeep Singh leads the way through his spacious showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road, past aisles of organic food, sustainable clothes, non-toxic cleaning products and solar-cell lamps. His demonstrations of a collapsible bicycle that is allowed on the Dubai Metro and a stylish sink that captures used water for flushing toilets are interrupted by greetings from [...]Read More ...
A clothing manufacturer who relies on discarded plastic bottles for his fabric is hopeful that Dubai’s addiction to bottled water could help him set up roots in the UAE. It takes about three bottles to make a T-shirt or up to 65 bottles to make a waterproof jacket, according to Kris Barber, director of Dgrade [...]Read More ...
src=”http://www.goumbook.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/puma- logo.jpg” alt=”” width=”225″ height=”225″ /> Today the Sportlifestyle company PUMA launched its very first Wilderness Collection in Durban, South Africa. The collection comprises apparel, footwear and accessories and will be part of PUMA’s 2012 Outdoor range. It connects to the company’s 20.1% stake in Wilderness Holdings Limited, a leading South African ecotourism and conservation [...]Read More ...
PPR Group, the French multinational parent behind high-end labels like Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Stella McCartney, and Puma , is launching a multi-tiered sustainability project for its raft of global brands. With an annual budget of €10 million (about $14.1 million), “PPR Home” is no mere tree-saving side project. Featuring a “Creative [...]Read More ...
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