ECONYL – the futuristic fabric

ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a truly innovative and futuristic fabric; it is made from waste, it’s infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It’s all part of the ECONYL® brand vision to make the world a better place by pioneering closed loop regeneration processes and delivering sustainable products. After four […]

A message to all local fashion influencers

We remain with the Sustainable Fashion theme and today we have a guest post by Tonya Lehtinen, who runs a pre-loved / vintage business with the brand of ‘Vogue Xchange’. The cute shop in Gozo sells not only clothes, but also accessories such as sunglasses, bags, shoes, belts etc. Tonya just took on a sustainable initiative, […]

Fast Fashion vs Sustainable Fashion – All the Why’s

The term ‘fast fashion’ is an approach to quick and cheap creation and clothing and it is done by keeping production costs low and advertising budgets large. Many popular fashion brands such as H&M and ZARA operate in countries where they can employ cheap labour with unsafe working conditions and operate with low or non-existent […]

Vendor Feature Series #17

Welcome again to our Vendor Feature Series where we present you local businesses that offers sustainable and Eco-friendly products and services. Today we feature an extremely cute brand called ‘Chloe’s Closet Malta’ by Melanie Cremona. Melanie became a mom for the first time three years ago. Since that moment, like every new mom, she felt […]

Vendor Feature Series #15

Today our feature presents the beautiful new trend of pre-loved items.So, out with the new, in with the old! Eco-friendly products can easily be of a second hand nature. Why not? Vogue Exchange is a second hand clothing initiative which encourages adopting a more conscious fashion choice and stands with the Fashion Revolution – a movement […]

Vendor Feature Series #14

Today you are invited to travel back in time to a concoction of romance and industrial fantasy with Atelier Nineteen – Wearable Art. Bring the past to the present with a pair of earrings made out of post-war clock parts. Take a piece of history with you as you venture through your own journey. Every […]

Vendor Feature Series #5

Today we present another jewellery designer. An artist who creates unique and adaptable designs with one of the most sustanaible materials; wood. A great example of an Eco Friendly product by a local artist for our Eco Friendly Malta Blog! Martina Gatt embarked on this venture of jewellery design and jewellery making and it made […]

Vendor Feature Series #4

Who doesn’t love gemstones!Today we discover Libertalia, a brand by a self-learned artisan who specialises in hand-crafting beautiful pieces of wearable art for fashion and well-being. Featuing a list of stylish and colourful Eco-friendly products in Malta. Libertalia was founded in 2018 by Captain Jeremy Grech after he developed a Crystal & Gemstone obsession. After a […]