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The Netherlands, 12 points!

Raven collective has Dutch roots. So we cheered when The Netherlands won the 2019 Eurovision Song contest in Tel Aviv last weekend. Did you know that Dutch designer Sjaak Hullekes designed Duncan Laurence’s sustainable outfit: a jacket from antique French linen. Trousers and shirt made from ‘left-over’ fabrics. So today’s 12 points goes to: Dutch sustainable design.

Dutch label Elsien Gringhuis has sustainability at its core: each item is produced to order in the Netherlands, meaning absolutely no over-stock or waste, and styles are available for just as long as the fabrics last. Timeless designs, quality materials and skilled local craftsmen ensure every piece becomes a wardrobe staple.

Rhumaa is a Dutch brand on a mission to make a positive impact with fashion. Using high quality natural fabrics, they produces clothes that live a longer life, with a focus on collaboration, giving back, and creating fashion with stories that matter.

Around 20 million people worldwide live from gold mining, often under unethical and unfair circumstances. Utrecht based Sanne de Vries knows these stories all to well and made the commitment to herself to only create jewellery that is fair mined and fair trade. Better for people, better for the environment. With her label Juffrouw Dubois Sanne creates one-of-a-kind pieces, often combined with ceramic cut out pieces from old vintage cups and saucers.

 

The earrings are from Juffrouw Dubois, the bag is from OMYBAG and the sleeveless top is from Miss Green. All brands are based in The Netherlands.

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