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 Nixa Sierra Who Made my Bag

 We love Instagram. Why? We get to meet and collaborate with great people around the globe. 

For Fashion Revolution 2017 we did it with The Conscious Fashionista.

She visited the atelier of Nixa Sierra to meet the makers of these great bags: Aida and Johana (from left to right). Mother and Daughter, ...

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Posted By Lili Rengifo

Take the leap of faith

Being entrepreneur is a call, something you have in your stomach that is there and you know is calling and is up to each person to follow it or not. 

I you feel it then our advice is to follow that call and take the leap of faith to the unknown. It is totally worth it. Wether you succed or get wiser,...

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Posted in Social Entrepreneurship By Lili Rengifo
Wana Bana’s name is inspired in this fruit: Guanabana. Almost unknown in Europe. A creamy and refreshing fruit. This analogy is what we use: bring design from Colombia and other Latin American countries, unknown but beautiful. Another source of...

People ask me: what means Wana Bana. Is it wanna be... ??

This the story behind the name!

Wana Bana’s name is inspired in this fruit: Guanabana. In English is Soursoup, in Dutch is Zuurzeep. Almost unknown in Europe.

When you open it you will find a creamy and cotton kind of texture. It has loads of pi...

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Posted By Lili Rengifo

Who made my clothes

We love fashion! As consumer and entrepreneurs we can have a positive effect for the makers and the environment.

During our English lecture we will reflect on what is going on in the Fashion Supply Chain and we will give tips on how to make mindful choices when buying fashion.

Finally everyone interes...

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Posted in Social Entrepreneurship By Lili Rengifo

Making beauty out of leftovers

10/24/2017 10:09 PM

Diana, founder of Koda

 Presenting the founder of Koda: Diana van Dongen

She is an empowered social entrepreneur who loves design and salvaging furniture textile leftovers. Having worked in the retail industry and witnessed the issues in the fashion industry, Diana tells us her story: “ They make clothes by copying other b...

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Posted in Social Entrepreneurship By Yi Lin

Vegan Leather: PU vs PVC

9/7/2018 2:22 PM


 Vegan ‘faux’ leather alternatives to real leather have existed for a couple of decades already, but the options out there are continuously improving in quality, making it a more accessible than ever. With the variety of options increasing, it can be a bit confusing as to what these materials are ...

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Posted By Joaquina Miller Cooper
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