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September 9th, 2012


ECO can definitely be LUXE and is being proved through ECOLUXE LONDON exhibitors’ work.

Ecoluxe London, launched by Miriam González Durántez – in September 2010, is a not-for-profit organisation promoting sustainable luxury . It has managed to become the leading ethical fashion platform in the UK . This season an international breeze sweeps through the 5th Ecoluxe London exhibition as eco-conscious brands and artists from all over the world are showcasing their work. Amongst the UK based firms are:

Ar-Li (Felt accessories, KZ)

Anna P (Luxury leather handbags and accessories , UK)

Bailey Tomlin (Exquisite millinery , jewellery, sculptural pieces , UK)

B – made (Jewellery, accessories and more with a conscious background , NL)

By Stamo (Women ‘s classic luxury with a twist , UK)

Cardou (Limited edition casual wear , GR)

Carmen Eva (Contemporary garments & accessories made with the ancient nuno felting technique , CL)

Casa Kiro (Unconventional jewellery made by natural material , CL )

CraftworksCambodia (Jewellery and accessories made of recycled rice bags , bullet shells etc KH // Attendance sponsored by ‘ By Stamo ’ )

Cristina Cardenas (Unique jewellery made of antique lace, ES)

Francisco Lomora (A different take on Flamenco, luxury women’s wear, ES)

Gloria Bendita (Women’s wear combining cosmopolitan Ibizan with traditional Andalusian style, ES)

Hatastic! (Handmade headpieces and hair accessories inspired by vintage ‘bits ’n bobs’ , UK )

Indigreen (The 100% Indian ‘Luxury Pret Organic Tee ’ , IN )

Inez Osvald (Designer luxury leather goods, SE )

Le Konsphin (Limited edition clothing and accessories, ES)

Made by Voz (Indigenous craftsmanship with a contemporary style, CL)

Miss Sotoka (Handmade casual designs , ES )

Mumu Organic (Timeless ,handmade women’s wear, GR )

Myrtle (Handmade, luxury, non-leather accessories, FR )

Po-zu (The Shoe Fleur Collection for Spring 2013, UK)

Rebecca Jane (Handbags and accessories created from re-claimed leather , UK )

Romero Bryan (Sustainable luxury for women , UK. Attendance sponsored by Borovick Fabrics )

Selina Cheong (Fine leather bags and accessories, UK )

Sew Last Season (Limited edition up-cycled men’s shirts, UK )

Shanti Sundays (Stylish leisure casual wear , UK )

Slowbags by Tytti Thusberg (Clothing and accessories made of eco-friendly materials, ES)

Supported by Rain® (Rainwear made of recycled umbrellas, UK )

Talented Totes (Luxury printed eco tote bags , UK )

Tu & Tu ( Contemporary eco garments and accessories, IT )

Yono Taola (Cutting edge luxury women’s wear, ES)

Yvian ( Cutting-edge evening wear , UK)

…… and more!

EcoLuxe London, the bi-annual ethical luxury fashion exhibition, opens on the 16th/17th of September 2012 (Sunday 12:30pm-8pm and Monday 9am-8pm) at London’s Kingsway Hall Hotel, 66 Queen Anne Street Covent Garden, The exhibition will showcase an installation of wearable art by Tytti Thusberg with garments made of recycled surgical masks, Celluloid film and steelwool.

Their visitors will also have the opportunity to de-stress with a hand massage or mini facial courtesy of Antipodes®, a New Zealand range of certified organic and premium natural skincare favoured by Elle McPherson and Evangeline Lilly. Lucy Harvey, ethical stylist, will give styling tips to our visitors on the spot!

They will also announce the winners of the JP Selects Awards and the Ecoluxe London Competition. A one year contract with JP Selects will be given to the chosen Ecoluxe participants, while the winner of the Ecoluxe London Competition will benefit from a free space at the exhibition in the following season (AW 2013).

Created by ethical designers for ethical designers, EcoLuxe London promotes high end, 2 sustainable fashion designers and brands and is open to press and fashion buyers who are looking for high quality and exclusive brands with a conscience.

For further information please contact: Stamo Email :

Tel: ++ (0)7765292990



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