Bread & Butter Berlin: Kuyichi Denim’s Director on Not Paying More For Green Fashion

January 25, 2010 by  
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Photo via Kuyichi Last Friday, during Bread & Butter (Winter collection 2010) , Tony Tonnaer, director of Dutch denim brand Kuyichi told the crowd assembled for German magazine Zitty’s fashion symposium that green’s gotta look good.

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Arteplas Recycled PET Ropes Divert Tons of Waste from Landfill

January 25, 2010 by  
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Images: Arteplas These days I don’t, alas, find myself at the outdoor trade shows I use to haunt. So I live vicariously through other reports. Here’s the first from the recent Outdoor Retailer Winter Market held in Salt Lake City Utah

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Arteplas Recycled PET Ropes Divert Tons of Waste from Landfill

A Night at Hamlet’s Castle: Much Ado About … What?

December 13, 2009 by  
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Saturday night brought one of the plum events of Copenhagen, at least for the business crowd assembled in this city: a conference held at Kronborg, also known as Hamlet’s Castle. The four-hour program sported an impressive list of speakers, but I was left with nagging questions: How much are these business leaders being heard amid the cacophony of voices at the Bella Center back in Copenhagen, where the hard work of crafting a climate deal is being done?

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A Night at Hamlet’s Castle: Much Ado About … What?

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