Transparency makes it easier fro us as consumers to choose, what kind of products and production we want to support. They made the products sold in our online shop.
Founders and designers: Mila Moisio ja Kaisa Rissanen
Main source of material: discarded rental textiles from Finland and Germany.
Material recycling, dyeing, cutting and sewing in Finland and Loksa, Estonia.
Founder: Seija Lukkala
Designers: Anssi Ruokokoski, Miisa Asikainen ja Seija Lukkala
Globe Hope uses very wide range of recycled materials from different industries.
Laukkujen ja asusteiden kierrätysmateriaalit lajitellaan ja puhdistetaan Nummelassa. Osa tuotteista ommellaan Suomessa ja osa Virossa.
The products have Avainlippu-tunnus and Design from Finland labels.
Vaatemallisto valmistetaan Intiassa ja Bagladeshissa. Materiaali on 100% kierrätetty puuvillapolyesterisekoite. Lanka valmistetaan yhteistyössä Pure Waste Textiles Oy:n kanssa ja tuotantoprosessi on GRS-sertifioitu.
Because global fashion industry produces a large amount of waste, that can be recycled into usable materials, it makes sense to process the waste where it is created. Pure Waste Textiles has a significant waste reducing concept, that utilizes cutting scrap of clothing factories. Depending on a product, the new material can also include polyester from used plastic bottles, or fibers from second hand clothing.
The factory is located in India.
Voit read more, how responsibility for the ethics of production in a developing country has been taken into account.
Founder of Remake Helsinki and designer of MEM: Paula Malleus.
MEM is the world’s first mass-produced collection made using only used clothing as a material. The clothes used come from SPR's Container in Vantaa. Printed parts from the Kokkotyö Foundation. The collections are sewn in Helsinki.
All products are designed and handmade by the founder Antti.
The material is food industry surplus leather, which is plant tanned in England. The products, including dyeing, are made by hand in Roihuvuori, Helsinki.
Anette Ahokas Design
Founder and designer: Anette Ahokas
The clothing sold in our store are made of surplus fabrics from Finnish apparel industry. Patters, and cuttiing is done by Anette herself, and the products are sewn in small dressmake shops in Turku, Finland.
Fish skin earrings are made of restaurant surplus, combines to recycled leather. Tanning and making of the jewelry is done by Anette.
All products are designed and made by Saara, the artist herself.
In our selection we have the Ruusa- series that is made of used bottle caps and silver (925). The silver part are also crafted to complete the look of the design by Saara.
Made in Helsinki, Finland.
All Kajoan products are made by Johanna and Antti Kajanus.
Products sold in our store are made of certified Finnish birch plywood and silver (925). Silver is crafted by Johanna. Each jewelry is hand painted.
Made in Helsinki, Finland.
Piece of Jeans
Behind Piece of Jeans is a young entrepreneur Moona Kansanen. He has developed a method in which used jeans are cut into pieces and assembled into a new fabric. The jeans used in the products come from companies and customers in Finland. The material leaves for disinfection and washing in Poland, where the products are also sewn in a Finnish-run small sewing shop. The entrepreneur has visited the sewing shop himself.
The founder of Rå Wear is Heidi Råstedt from Helsinki. The entire production is Heidi’s handwriting from sourcing materials to sewing. The fabrics are procured recycled from Helsinki.
Ekotar Design is a one-woman company from Kajaani. The macrame bags and jewelery in our selection are made by Tiia Korhonen. The yarn used is Kauhava Lankavan, 80% recycled cotton.
Founders: Moona Haapala, Evi Oivanen, Vilma Piironen and Anna Kytövuori
Made of diving suit fabric as a surplus from Ursuit. Other parts come from Sweden and Italy.
The entrepreneurs themselves have visited the zipper manufacturer’s factory in Italy. The factory uses the zero metal waste principle and unused parts are remelted. Fabric parts are made from recycled plastic bottles.
The products are sewn in Turku by the handicraft cooperative Framila.
Founder and designer: Veera Vuorenpää
The garment is made of Tencel Refibra, which is 30% recycled cotton residue and 70% wood fiber left over from the clothing industry. Tencel's manufacturing process takes place in a closed loop, saving water and energy. Country of origin of the fabric Austria.
The products are sewn either by Veera himself, or by a sewing shop in the Turku region.
Created by Anni Lindström
All Solmien products are manufactured by Anni in Kirkkonummi. The material is 100% recycled cotton. Hooks made of surgical steel are procured from a small Finnish company.
Founder and designer: Reetta Tuohi
The material of the jewelry is 100% recycled Sterling silver (925), which originates from Scandinavia.
The jewelery is made by jewelers by hand in Finland.
Founder, designer and manufacturer of products: Sari Manner
The jewelery is made of Finnish reindeer leather, which is tanned and finished To the new arch Ahlskog Tannery. The metal parts of the jewelry are steel.
The jewelery is made in Helsinki.
Tina´s Design House
Founder, designer and manufacturer of products: Tiina Pyykkö
The products are made from bovine leather, a by-product of every domestic dairy and meat farm. The leather is handled by Pelo's leather tanner in Central Ostrobothnia. Pelo is Finland's oldest operating tannery and family business.
Founder, designer and manufacturer of products: Hanna-Kaisa Haanpää
The main material of Hookoohoo bags is recycled seat belts that come from Finnish car dismantling yards. The largest bags are also lined with Finnish Teva Team workwear fabrics. The bags are made in Turku, Finland.
Founders: Anna and Janne Rauhansuu
Myssyfarm's products are made from 100% Finnish sheep's organic wool. Sheep farms submit their organic certificates in connection with raw wool. The hats have used wool from the following organic income: Rintala organic farm from Pöytyän Yläne, Bovik farm from Ekenäs, Jokela, Jylhä and Kero sheep farms from Lohtaja, Mikkola sheep farm from Halaja, Noitta farm from Niirala, Paavila farm from Hatsola, Polso farm from Rauhsu, Polso farm from Sykäräinen, farm from Tarvasjoki and Tolvila Manor in Aka.
Wool is washed and spun in Finland. Myssyfarm's most important partner is Pirtin Kehräämö.
The yarns are dyed by hand in Myssyfarm's production facilities. The colors are low acid dyes that are attached to the wire with citric acid.