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BAEKKE announces partnership with B Corp-certified platform Wolf & Badger

BAEKKE, the Danish sustainable jewellery brand, has announced a partnership with Wolf & Badger, the B Corp-certified platform curating over 2000 independent brands globally.

BAEKKE joins Wolf & Badger, known for championing skill, craftsmanship, and ethical production. BAEKKE's innovative jewellery, featuring interchangeable coloured beads, aligns seamlessly with Wolf & Badger's commitment to sustainability and ethical craftsmanship.

Founder Lene Schødt says: "Being part of Wolf & Badger is a fantastic end to our year. We've always looked to them for inspiration, and now, to be live on their platform is a real dream come true. This collaboration is a testament to our shared values of ethical production and quality design."

Posted: 30 November 2023

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Who is driving the new economy cultural and social shifts?

Driving sustainability and ethical rise of emerging companies such as Pippica, zblocks, Oritain,The Natural Fibre Company, who are spearheading the transition towards ethical practices in the new economy. These companies recognise the importance of integrating ethical protocols into everyday business and are shaping the future of their respective industries. As a fashion start-up, Pippica distinguishes itself by placing a strong emphasis on transparency and ethical practices throughout its supply chain. Through strategic collaborations with trusted partners such as The Natural Fibre Company and Royal Duchy Estate,

Posted: 21 July 2023

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London's Just Around The Corner's charity partner

Just Around the Corner, taking place in London between 16th - 18th July, is proud to be once again be supporting and promoting the Fashion & Textile Children's Trust, a charity which provides grants to parents and carers working in the British fashion and textile industry, who are facing financial hardship. The Trust gives grants for children's essential items including, children's clothing, children's bedroom furniture, essential appliances, e.g. washing machines, fridges and oven. They also fund specialist equipment such as sensory toys, mobility equipment and therapies for children with additional health or learning needs.

Posted: 5 July 2023

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British brand Hera launches online clothing bank

In collaboration with The Salvation Army, British born brand Hera has launched a new online clothing bank – a sustainable yet charitable solution that allows customers to donate their pre-loved clothing. The online clothing bank allows customers to send their donations to The Salvation Army, hassle free – via a local drop-off point.

Hera founded in 2015, under the premise of creating a new denim product for men that previously was unavailable; the spray-on skinny jean.

The Salvation Army was the organic next step to further their commitment to closing the loop with the fashion circular economy and sustaining our planet and this initiative will be a welcomed addition for their customers to take part in reducing waste all on the

Posted: 17 February 2023

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