Author: Team Lifestyle Food
Situated at the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, this country is the home to great many poets and mythological gods. From Illiad to Odyssey and from Titans to Spartans, Hellas or otherwise known to the world as Greece is the country where western civilization began. With its countless islands, sandy beaches, ancient archaeological sites, and a balmy Mediterranean climate, Greece is one of Europe’s prime tourist destinations.
Aside from the beautiful landscape, it is a melting pot of ancient and the modern worlds. Not very surprisingly when it comes to fashion, Greek collections are on the way up. Local fashion designers are embracing Greek raw materials and ancient crafts to create new age of Greek brands by utilizing the existing production and design talent to create local slow fashion. If you’re in Greece and want to be a part of the sustainable creative economy, these are the Greece-based fashion brands to buy from.
MuMu organic is an Ethical label producing high-quality women’s clothing that is made to last. The collections feature designs that are contemporary, urban and powerful while being feminine, comfortable, and sexy.
MuMu organic mainly uses GOTS certified organic cotton and other sustainable fabrics and through responsible sourcing supports Fair Trade producers in developing countries, as well as provides employment in Greece.
To shop log on to http://www.mumu-organic.com/
Noilence jewelry is inspired by the memories of the past to explore the versatile aspects of the future.
The conversation between traditional and modern is everywhere in Noilence’s work and is embodied by pieces that strive to capture the beauty of both. The beauty of perfection is hidden in imperfection. Noilence jewelry is based on emotions and how they could be transformed into a form of art.
To shop log on to https://www.noilence.com/
2WO+1NE=TWO is a clothing brand based in Athens founded in 2016 by Tharth Stella Panagopoulou & Valisia Gotsi.
The design project is based on Nomadism. Each Collection is inspired by different cities across the globe drawing designs from its architecture art, cinema, music, and people. The crystallization of the notions, essence shapes of each given place is worked into garment themselves.
To shop log on to https://2plus1equals2.com/
Mohxa reuses and recycles dead stock of fabric from the shops, which were heavily struck by the major economic crisis in Greece, into something new. These fabrics date back to 90s, 80s, and even 70s.
They started dropping collections of limited shirts from great old fabric. Since then they have developed into a company that has grown consciously, thinking about the impact in every step. Making sure their collaborators work fairly and using the least single-use plastic possible, to handwriting or using basic technologies such as stamping for their branding.
To shop log on to https://mohxa.com/