Category: People Tree

PEOPLE TREE X VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM COLLABORATION

For Autumn Winter 2017, People Tree has designed a unique and feminine eight piece capsule collection in conjunction with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Inspired by the 1930’s, this limited edition collection is based on fashionable patterns of the era, celebrating the heritage of the thirties with a contemporary twist. Key to the collection are romantic long and lean shapes with subtle ruffle details. The prints…

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BLOGGER ANNA KATINA SHOWS HER GO TO SUMMER STYLES IN PEOPLE TREE & WUNDERWERK

Blogger Anna Katina shows that sustainable fashion is easy to style, also on holiday. By wearing People Tree and Wunderwerk on her trip to Malaga, she definitely rocks the perfect summer looks. The Bryony stripe dress and Maia stripe shorts of People Tree are the go to styles upcoming season and a must have to bring on your trip to the sun…

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STYLIST BERNADETTE VAN WIJLEN CRITICIZES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES THROUGH FASHION PHOTOSHOOT

Fashion stylist Bernadette van Wijlen expresses in her own way how she feels about environmental issues through the beautiful photography series by using only sustainable fashion together with props to tell the story. The fish shows the acidification of the ocean with the globe and lemons on the background. The cotton plants and sewing machine refer to the fabric the clothing is made of.

BEHIND THE SEAMS: ORGANIC COTTON FARMING IN INDIA

Cotton is the world’s most commonly used natural fiber and is in nearly 40 percent of our clothing. Cotton is grown all over the world with India being the second largest cotton grower.  Although cotton has a natural and clean image the truth is that cotton drinks up more of its fair share of water and is one of the…

BEHIND THE SEAMS: ORGANIC GARMENT MANUFACTURING IN DELHI

Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills is a pioneer in organic garment manufacturing in India and is People Tree’s production partner for a large part of the knitted organic cotton pieces in their collections. When we were in India Mr. Sanjay showed us around the two multiple stories Rajlakshmi factories he manages in Delhi.  We were guided through the production process floor by floor, as at both…

BEHIND THE SEAMS: CREATIVE HANDICRAFTS EMPOWERS WOMEN IN SLUM COMMUNITIES IN MUMBAI

Mumbai, known as the financial centre of India, but also a city of immense poverty. Roughly half of the metropolitan area’s 22 million people live in informal settlements, or slums.  Although India is developing fast, the increased wealth doesn’t reach the poorest of the poor. One of the causes is social discrimation, still rooted in the country’s culture.  One of People Tree‘s…