City/Area Group | Berlin, Germany


City/Area Group | Berlin, Germany

A place for all the Ethical Fashion Network members living and/or working in and around Berlin, Germany.
A place to meet, network, and discuss.
A place to share any ethical fashion happenings and events taking place in Berlin.

Location: Berlin
Members: 49
Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2017

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GreenShowroom + Ethical Fashion Show Berlin - Jan 2015

Started by Pranav Khanna Dec 26, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi,A shoutout to all those with an Ethical fashion sense. Merry Christmas and A Happy Sustainable Year !Would love to catch up over coffee/drinks with members at the Ethical Fashion Show, Berlin on…Continue

Tags: Sustainable, Show, Fashion, Ethical

Meetup during Ethical Fashion Show Berlin July 2014

Started by Pranav Khanna Jun 12, 2014. 0 Replies

Hello,My name is Pranav Khanna and I would be in Berlin for the Ethical Fashion Week - July 8-10, 2014I would love to catch up with members of this group over a drink/coffee to exchange notes and for…Continue

Tags: Show, Fashion, Ethical, Berlin

Moda 360: A Unique Platform for Fashion Designers, Artists, Filmmakers and Lifestyle Brands

Started by Bel Esprit May 19, 2014. 0 Replies

The fashion industry is constantly changing and designers are always looking for new arenas…Continue

Tags: Esprit, Bel, event, moda, 360


Started by Alexandra Turrell Apr 9, 2014. 0 Replies

Does anyone know the names of an ethical casual clothing brand based in Germany?Continue

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Comment by Disni Jayasuriya on June 27, 2017 at 19:59


If you are interesting in finding out about the ethical fashion market in GB, we are running a seminar based on our research findings. Details are on our fb page

Comment by Gnana Studio on June 16, 2017 at 8:13

Hello there

We are a romanian brand lunched by Floriana Sandu-a young designer- from passion of nature, beauty and freedom. With tendencies on the contrast between natural, simplicity and craftmanship, Gnana brings a versatile and conceptual design with simple cuts, completed by the use of natural materials. 

The contrast between clean cuts and the complexity of the hand made or digital prints brings the idea of the heterogeneity 
of the human being, of our dual feelings and the power of emotionality. 
Each collection brings a new and complete universe, by decomposing in three divisions: clothes for men and women, 
accessories and jewellery and the interior design division, fusing to offer an unique and exhaustive experience. 
Gnana’s characters are free, versatile and creative, explorers of the nature and of their inner world. Entities that trough imagination can give a new form to each garment

Our textiles are all natural (excepting the modal finer made of Fagus bark), traditional romanian soft goods woven however 
with the latest technologies.

Properties of our textiles: 
-easy to maintain without ironing 
-dimensionally stable indifferently of the ironing or washing temperature 
-durable ecological colors

We would love to have your feedback-as your opinion matter to us.

Thank you.

Comment by Isabel Voigt on October 14, 2014 at 15:03

 Hello , Im

Hello , My name is Isabel , I am an architect of valparaiso chile, and I would like to introduce my social project design which intend to help at-risk women hopefully worldwide , My grandfather born in Germany and i feel so close to you .


i know you do not know me , but I'm trying to have someone listen to my voice , it is difficult to try to change the world with little things and trying to get someone excited . 

I hope you like what I do, and my mission.


if you like it do not hesitate to contact me

im sending you my press releasse if you get entusiasthic and help me to spread the word.


Best regards

Maria Isabel Voigt

Comment by Pranav Khanna on June 12, 2014 at 9:27


My name is Pranav Khanna and I would be in Berlin for the Ethical Fashion Week - July 8-10, 2014

I would love to catch up with members of this group over a drink/coffee to exchange notes and for good conversation.

Please connect and lets have a meetup of all Ethical Fashion Forum members in Berlin. Depending upon numbers, we would make arrangements.

Cheers and look forward to see you



Comment by Sally Li on December 17, 2012 at 23:02

I am a MA Fashion student and currently working on a branding project about online and ethical buying habit!! 

Would really appreciate if you can fill up the questionnaire! Will only take approximately five minutes!

Thank you!!

Comment by Ranganathan on August 17, 2012 at 19:49
Comment by Cherelle Abrams on August 17, 2012 at 13:20

Hey! My name is Cherelle Abrams and I am a recent graduate in Fashion with Business from the University of Brighton. I have just moved to Berlin and am looking for some work experience within the Fashion / Design field.

Since graduating I have been working for small independent brands, businesses and start-ups. My job roles have been diverse, predominantly focused in design and production, with a primary objective of pushing the company forwards.

I enjoy working within a motivated team, but I’m also able to confidently work independently. I am resilient, motivated and committed, as well able to handle tight deadlines and pressure – two things that come hand in hand with working and studying in fashion. I am always ready and determined to achieve my best, and embracing opportunities to further my knowledge and increase my skill set.

I am particularly interested in the issue of sustainability, especially from the view point of emotional attachment. My graduate collection encouraged a sophisticated and considered take on ‘mix and match’, tackling the concept of how a garment or product can have an interchangeable capacity. Sustainability through dressmaking, mending and altering was also a subject I addressed in my dissertation.

I would particularly like to work/collaborate with anyone who shared a similar viewpoint..

For an overview of my work, please visit my website: http:/

Please contact me if you have any other questions,

Yours sincerely,


Comment by Helen Gimber on August 2, 2012 at 20:57

vielleicht stößt diese Veranstaltung ja auf Interesse!!

Globale Marken wie Nike, Russel und adidas verdienen mit Kooperationsverträgen an nordamerikanischen Universitäten Milliarden. Auch die Olympischen Spiele füllen die Kassen der Unternehmen ? beides geschieht auf Kosten der ArbeiterInnen in der globalen Bekleidungsindustrie.

William Yates und Nathan von Oort von der Organisation United Students Against Sweatshops sind zur Zeit zu Gast in Berlin. Sie werden ihre Organisation und Arbeit vorstellen und zusammen mit Lars Stubbe (Eilaktionskoordinator der Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung bei INKOTA) und Axel Schröder (Berliner Aktionsgruppe der Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung) diskutieren, wie AktivistInnen, GewerkschafterInnen und KonsumentInnen global agierende Textilhersteller in die Verantwortung nehmen können.

Dazu laden wir herzlich ein!

Wann: Montag, 06.08.2012, 19:00 Uhr

Wo: Ver.di-Bundeszentrale, Paula-Thiede-Ufer 10, 10179 Berlin, Raum: Nabucco

Es diskutieren:
Nathan van Oort und William Yates (United Students Against Sweatshops, USA),
Lars Stubbe (Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung/ INKOTA-netzwerk)
Axel Schröder (Berliner Aktionsgruppe der Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung)

Weitere Informationen:

Die Veranstaltung findet auf Deutsch statt, die Beiträge der englischsprachigen Gäste werden übersetzt.

Comment by Ranganathan on July 24, 2012 at 4:46

We are textile manufacturing and supplying all type of certified organic  knit wear garments. Our Company specializing in

ORGANIC TEXTILES and other eco-friendly products. We have made organics lively and colorful. All our organic products are certified by agencies such as ETKO (of TURKY) and specifications such as GOTS (Global Organic Textiles Standards.) We place emphasis on both environment and health. We continually research and develop lively and fashionable products which also meet the eco-friendly and health criteria. We are among the most knowledgeable and most advanced organic textile companies. Our products range includes home textiles, apparels, organic

Comment by Helen Gimber on May 30, 2012 at 13:34

vielleicht hat jemanden Interesse ...

Design opportunity in Bali, Indonesia, with Sacred Childhoods

Fellowship 500 member Sacred Childhoods Foundation works to reduce poverty in Indonesia, focusing on children, and providing them with the opportunity to have a childhood. The organisation runs projects in 4 areas: Aid, Trade, Lend and Teach, and it's work transforms lives and opportunites in some of the world's most vulnerable communities.

Sacred Childhoods has recently launched Suchi,  an ethical fashion brand supporting its core work, and are seeking a talented designer to spend 6 months – 1 year in Bali, Indonesia.

The role includes:                                                                              Helping develop and expand the ethical range of 'Suchi' products   Uploading products to online e-shop and liaising with sales and distribution teams                                                                                 Improving the sewing project with the 'mums in the slums'                 You will also be given the opportunity to design your own pieces and explore Indonesia.

This is a voluntary role. You will need to fund/ raise funds for your return flight to Bali, visas, and other miscellaneous expenses.  If needed, Suchi can pay for accommodation, transport and food in Bali.

Email including CV, for further details.


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