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 and beach.
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.
Fast forward to the Wunderwerk high summer ’17 collection – we love the photography series ‘avant garbage’ by photographer Ymke Jansen. ⠀
Jansen wanted to put sustainable fashion in the spotlight and shot a series for the American online magazine promo mag news, featuring the Wunderwerk High summer 17 collection.
‘My latest shoot was about something that I find very important; world pollution. I used pieces of garbage in some of the pictures and for the clothing I only worked with sustainable brands from small sustainable shops in Amsterdam. I want to make people think about the pollution in this world and change the way we care for our world. I also wanted to give some attention to the sustainable brands that really have the most beautiful pieces.’
The exhibition for the True Fashion Show last Thursday by photographer Laila Cohen is created out of a collaboration between Cohen and us. The story by Laila Cohen is divided into three chapters photographed on a bright day. Cohen combines fashion photography with lighting, colour and texture studies within her photographs.
Wunderwerk is a fashion label that appeals to fashion-oriented women and men who consciously combine fashion and sustainability. The label stands for the interaction of fashionable design, comfortable fit and high quality sustainable manufacture throughout the entire production and supply chain. Wunderwerk was founded in 2012 and has its headquarters in Dusseldorf Germany. In a short interview we asked founders Tim and Heiko why they started working together, what inspires them and how they see the future of their awesome fashion label.