COS launches RESELL To Buy Or Presell Pre-Owned Pieces

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COS launches resell - a platform or resale business to buy and sell pre-owned styles in an effort to give their clothes a longer life. Sustainability is also about maintaining pieces in a longer lifecycle, but this move responds. also to the fact that overproduction is a huge issue and it gives the brand control over the secondhand market. To start with, …

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Top 5 Findings From Last Week

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This edition of the Top 5 Findings From Last Week shows very diverse and cross-industry references from art to technology.  I find them very intriguing so I'd like to experience them all, especially the last one! 1// ART AND WELL-BEING A sensory art experience that, through visual stimulation (color), tactility (fabric), and external elements such as sun and wind, created a common …

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5 Top Installations Milan Design Week 2019

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This is post is already a classic here on Eclectic Trends because you do not travel to the Milan Design Week to see the latest in furniture and design trends but get all excited about the 5 Top Installations the city has to offer, often placed in courtyards and palazzos open on that occasion only. This year I will highlight 5 …

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Kelapack – Waste Management Design with tableware

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What if local production consider whole fruit and creates Waste Management Design?   Have you seen we uploaded a new section on the blog (scroll down the HOME page) and named it ' THE STUFF THAT REALLY MATTERS - Creative Waste and Sustainable Design'? If you are a regular newsletter reader you might have seen my post recently on my intention to talk …

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Waste no More – A sustainable textiles call by Eileen Fischer

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We have seen quite a few projects on Ethical Design which was for me the most important take away of the recent Milan events. In our Milan 2017 report we pointed out that for the first time Critical Thinking Projects would directly address topics such as the refugee crisis at Moroso's showroom or talk about the alarming lack of housing …

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