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Copenhagen Fashion Week has come to be known as the world’s greenest fashion week, since last year when former fashion editor of the Financial Times, Vanessa Friedman, pointed her readers’ attention to the many fashion week activities focused on sustainability. This year, the fashion week will have designers on the runway that believe in a transition towards sustainable fashion and who are leading the way. That’s why, when fashion week kicks off this week (and more generally of course), you should watch out for designers such as Barbara I Gongini,

The Danish online shop River and Raven has specialised in sustainable fashion and created a small universe where design, quality and sustainability coexist. In the shop, you can get your organic dresses, tops, shirts, knits, underwear, jeans – you name it! My personal favourites are Danish Tusnelda Bloch and Aiayu, which are known for their cool delicious silks and to-die-for knitwear, respectively. Moreover, River and Raven has introduced me to French Valentine Gauthier, who creates the coolest digital prints. Digital prints use less water and chemistry compared to regular prints,

While cotton is the most widely used natural fiber cloth in clothing, in its regular form it remains a dirty produce in terms of the water it consumes and the chemicals it uses. The good news, however, is that cotton can be produced organically, and that H&M makes this cleaner alternative available to its customers. For the third time since 2010, H&M tops the list of the world’s biggest users of organic cotton. In 2013, 10.8% of the cotton used for H&M was certified organic. This is part of the

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