The Johannesburg based brand brings colour into the grey city life. Babatunde is specialized in accessories made of wax printed cloth.
Beaumont Organic surprises with new materials and great cuts. Womenswear that can be worn for formal and casual events too. We won't miss out on mentioning the delicious candles - delicious because one would love to take a bite of.
Tired of all those Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Dolce Gabbana and Issey Miyake? We are honoured to introduce Bon Parfumeur to our assortment.
Daily Paper is a fashion brand form Amsterdam. The designers behind the brand have different African backgrounds and try to unite their African and European heritage. Acta Non Verba - Stop speaking start acting.
Dr. Bronner's is the most popular organic soap brand from northerns America. Even their palm oil products are sustainable.
HASSAN THE CARPET DEALER
Hassan used to run a carpet store with precious treasures. Today he is retired but not tired of suppling us with the nicest carpets.
With House Doctor we present a brand that offers almost everything one needs to live in style to a reasonable price. House Doctor is about the get it's fair trade certificate..
Ingwer Manufaktur's juices consist of 90% ginger / turmeric and 10% lemon juice. Ginger and turmeric are sourced from Peru, the lemons from Italy or Spain.
The manufactory only process raw materials in organic quality. The smaller bottles have a pipette for better dosage. All our products come in glass. The empty glasses can be returned and will be refilled.
Give your drinks, food and recipes the final flavor.
A team of two brothers trying to fight the waste of the furniture industry. Tobias and Rainer create classy furniture in their workspace near Basel.
We all have childhood memories of those plastic sandals - right? Meduse creates boots and sandals to keep our seeds feet safe.
Mikamon is a Basel based greeting card brand, run by a Japanese designer. Most of the cards are hand painted and come with a matching envelope.
When we think of Peru, we also tend to think of green hills and grazing alpacas. The Peruvian brand Misericordia is known for its finest alpaca wool clothing. For times when our thermometer rises, they also offer a nice collection of linen and cotton items.
Simplicity and yet professional access to food and cooking are the brands top priorities. The collection includes delicatessen, beverages and accessories
Quazi design is a brand in eSwantini's (former Swaziland) kingdom. They use waste paper to create stunning lampshades, bowls and jewelery.
LE SIRUPIER DE BERNE
For over 35 years and in the 2nd generation Le Sirupier de Berne makes syrup. Always in Bern, still with heart and a curious nose. It's only the cooking pots are getting bigger ...
Studio JUX started in 2008 out of the believe fashion should be fun and enjoyable for everyone; for the designers, the people working in factories and everyone wearing and using the products. The name embodies this. ‘JUX’ literally means ‘fun’ or ‘having a laugh’ in German. The studio JUX collection is made in their own factory, women empowerment projects and social enterprises that are based in Kathmandu, Nepal. This means they can ensure safe and healthy working conditions for their employees, maximise their social impact and minimise environmental impact at the same time. This also ensures that every single piece is handmade with love and dedication. The handshake inside each garment connects you to the tailor who made it. All of their Nepali employees are rockstars, who are supported continually. Being the owner of the factory, they ensure that a studio JUX supervisor is present at the factory to guide and support the team.
Yoshiki is a jewelery and bag brand based in Basel. The designer Tülay Kula designs filigree jewelery that awakes a "Jöh" (Swiss german for "Aww") out of almost every woman.
Bohemia was founded in 2006 by Jenny Lockton, and is the culmination of years of experience working with artists and craftspeople around the world. Bohemia was established to build relationships with artisan producers and through these collaborations help to support meaningful employment and ensure the survival of awe- inspiring tradItional crafts.
Eliska and Simon are two young architects with their own studio in Prague. They started Braasi in 2013 as a hobby. First making backpacks for themselves, then for friends and organically their venture grew into Braasi boutique factory. Over time their original designs developed with their values of minimalism and practicality for your use and comfort.
We are in love with Cereal's aesthetics. Their books and city guides are not just nice to have, but also a great help to flee from a boring everyday life.
A Zurich based brand specialized in leather products made in Costa Rica. Their products are suitable for everyday use and a great combination of form and production. Bolsopaseo's products last a lifetime.
Charlotte started creating jewelry in 2005. A few years after graduating in fashion she started to experiment with silver and soldering. It took quite some time to learn the skills of this handcraft, but slowly on a new jewelry label arose.
Her style is unmistakably recognizable throughout the years. Every piece expresses a feminine, contemporary, delicate style.
Following the basic principles "It doesn't have to look sustainable to be sustainable" and "Quality is key, sustainability is king" Dick Moby creates classy sunglasses of waste plastic.
Elsien Gringhuis graduated Cum Laude at the academy of visual arts in Arnhem (ArtEZ). In 2009 Elsien presented her first collection during the Amsterdam Fashion Week.Over the years she won several awards like the Createurope in Berlin, the Mittelmoda in Italy, the Green Fashion Competition and the Fair Luxury Award in the Netherlands. She lives and works in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
“A functional and well thought out design makes me very happy.
All good things are simple, but there is nothing more difficult than
to make a good and simple design.”
HERE TODAY HERE TOMORROW
Here Today Here Tomorrow is a fair trade knitwear brand based in the UK. They produce warming accessory for the cool winter. All their items are manufactured in Nepal.
Hymn is a classy menswear brand from London. Each collection deals with a subject, therefore every item has a story to tell.
KNOWLEDGE COTTON APPAREL
When it comes to classy, sustainable menswear Knowledge Cotton Apparel is an excellent choice. The Danish brand uses only sustainable materials such as organic cotton, bamboo, wool and similar. Their synthetic materials are made of recycled PET bottles.
Made is a Kenyan brand, known for its stylish and yet affordable jewelery and leather accessories.
Meraki is a Scandinavian beauty brand. Soaps, sponges, shampoos and much more. With either classy scents or odorless.
MONKIND is a family-run kid’s wear brand based in Berlin whose focus is on sleek, minimal design and sustainability. Their simple, innovative and stylish children’s clothes are enjoyed by parents and children alike across the globe.
NICE NICE NICE
The name says it all - Nice Nice Nice offers a sweet collection of stationery and living accessories.
Nuukk is a stationery brand from Germany. Our favourite products by nuukk are the porcelain stickers.
Only premium smooth leather is used for the PARK goods. These high-quality yet affordable products are simple with a timeless elegance and will last you a lifetime. Each PARK bag is unique. The use of natural raw materials and the traditional handcrafted techniques give each bag a unique character, which matures and develops over time.
Alfons Kuster founded his coffee roasting plant at the upper end of Lake Zurich in 1908. Even back then, the attention to detail was enormous, just the way it is today. And they still manage to find the very best producers for you: people who put body and soul into making the very best products possible, and who accept no compromise when it comes to the quality of their raw materials.
Of course, much has changed since then, but it remains vitally important to them that the spirit of this venerable tradition lives on alongside modern and sustainable methods of cultivation and processing. Because precisely for this reason, one coffee is different from another and tea is not simply tea. And precisely the reason why their palate knows the difference. And, with every drop, savors this reminder of tradition.
TISCH4YOU is a great choice if you decide to provide your home with some handcrafted , stylish furniture. The workshop is near Basel and you can choose from a great selection of shapes, colours and materials.
Underprotection stands for luxurious, sensual and at the same time sustainable under, swim and lounge wear. Never heard those words in one sentence? Well - have a look and be convinced.
Zana was founded in 2012 and designs and produces screen printed textile products in Milnerton, Cape Town, South Africa. Zana is known for its bold and fun patterns.