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World's Best Dad - 3 dads we adore!

Jun 02, 2015

 

Just in time for Father's Day we share a glimpse into the lives of three great dads - all the World's Best when you ask their families.

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John Oliver Knows the Deal With Ethical Fashion

May 11, 2015

 

John Oliver made a very convincing show on why you should know who made your clothes and choose brands with a sustainable supply chain.
if you still haven't watched this video, do it now. 


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Meet Carry Somers - The Woman Behind Fashion Revolution Day

Apr 24, 2015

 

Carry Somers is the woman behind sustainable fashion company Pachacuti and Fashion Revolution Day. Read more >>

 


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These guys made your T-shirt

Apr 22, 2015


Take a tour of the factory where our T-shirts are made.

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Have You Joined the Fashion Revolution?

Apr 16, 2015
Fashion Revolution Day

On 24th April each year, Fashion Revolution Day will bring everyone in the fashion value chain together and help to raise awareness of the true cost of fashion, show the world that change is possible, and celebrate all those involved in creating a more sustainable future.

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3 Takeaways from Decoded Fashion's Ethical Consumerism Meet-Up

Apr 13, 2015

Three powerful take aways from a packed meetup on the topic of Ethical Consumerism and Sustainable Fashion.
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Six important stages of clothing production - number six is you!

Mar 28, 2015

 

Did you know that 50% of the carbon footprint of a garment is in the hands of the wearer? 
In Northern Europe we only wear our clothes 6 times on average before we throw them away or recycle them.
By prolonging that lifespan by a third we can shave 9% off our carbon footprint. That's why we make our products to last.
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Clothing Travels From The Farm to Our Closet

Mar 24, 2015

The farm-to-table food movement focuses on the stages of food production that take place as food is grown, handled and sometimes processed -  until it reaches the consumer’s table. This includes the harvesting of the food, storage, processing, packaging, sales and consumption.  
In a similar way we can look at the stages of clothing production including the harvesting of the fibers used to create cotton, linen, hemp soy and silk fabric - here's a closer look into farm-to-closet manufacturing. Read more




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We're Launching

Mar 10, 2015

At Enkel Basics we have had March 10th marked in our calendars for a long time! Finally we can share our first, completely sustainably produced products with everyone. Read More


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Our Enkel blog is your source to get to know the world of sustainability, the industry, the life cycle of our products and in general give you a simple overview and transparent look into how your products are produced.

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