DESIGNERS & BRANDS ANDERMATT 2020 🌱

BAV TAiLOR - www.bavtailor.com

Be the change that you wish to see in the world - Mahatma Gandhi

 

BAV TAiLOR | sustainable luxury – a collective fusion of finest certified natural or recycled materials and pure, geometrical silhouettes and effortless volumes inspired by design, architecture and Eastern philosophies that represent true hallmarks of authentic 100% Made in Italy through a ‘360° sustainability manifesto’ which endeavours to support the ‘United Nations Sustainable Development Goals’.

Born in London, Indian by origin, a nomad in spirit, Bav Tailor, the Founder and Conscious Creative of the brand launched in 2015, upholds the tradition of her ancestors and Grandfathers, great Sartorialists, sourcing materials from suppliers, which encapsulate excellence in innovation, craftsmanship and respectful standards. Awarded with the ‘Conscious Designer’ award by the Arab Fashion Council and nominated Vogue Talent finalist of ‘Who Is On Next 2019?’, scouting project promoted by Altaroma and Vogue Italia with whom she showcased during the ‘Vogue Talents 10 Anniversary’ exhibition, each creation is an effortless tailor-made fit allowing freedom of movement, functionality, and peace of mind during one’s evolution of the conscious awareness.

BAV TAiLOR is a member of Positive Luxury, awarded with the Butterfly Mark for a company-wide commitment to sustainability, and Common Objective, both global platforms for sustainable fashion, which through the brand’s 360° sustainability manifesto stemming from the design process, certified materials, through to an ethical and transparent production, pledges to reduce the brand’s carbon footprint whilst making a social contribution.

The colour palette remains an exploration of crystals and earth tones fused into natural and researched materials that remain in symmetry with a sober, and balanced way of thinking; such as the brand colours:

moon white // a symbol of insight and clarity.

blue tourmaline // a symbol of creative communication to the heart.

Each piece in the collection soulfully categorises into linear or larger volume silhouettes for all creeds and forms.

A project dedicated to the Existentialist, a free-spirited Woman determined by her independently authentic choices and actions which constitute her accomplishments and inner existence.

Each BAV TAiLOR creation endeavours to not harm humans or animals.

Respect your body + your sphere.

KROMAGNON - www.kromagnon.com

KROMAGNON is a fashion brand founded by Kristen Luong which encompasses elegance, refinement, luxury and mindfulness. Kristen's design aesthetic is modern with clean lines and draws from her background in urban culture and science. The inspiration for KROMAGNON comes from the Cro-Magnon Man who was one of the early humans to utilize sewing, weaving, tanning and art as part of their culture. Everything is sustainable, organic, natural and most importantly biodegradable and made in New York City. 

Carlotta Redaelli - www.carlottaredaelli.com

The goal of the organic and Made in Italy brand, CARLOTTA REDAELLI #bioattitude, is to move steps to change the world of fashion, creating a sustainable alternative that combines ethics and aesthetics, debunking the “ethical = ethnic” cliché and proving that wearing organic clothes is “cool”. The brand's collections, mainly for women and kids (with some male capsules), are made with GOTS certified organic fabrics, such as organic cotton, organic wool, linen, and recycled fabrics like Ecotec® cotton. The production is made in Italy and the supply chain is short and transparent.

Carlotta Redaelli, the fashion designer of the brand, has been working in the world of ecofashion since 2011, (previously she was co-owner of another brand) and keep doing it because she think that a green future is possible, she would like the distinction between organic and no-organic product to be no longer necessary, because organic will become the norm and not an exception. It's important to inform and sensitize consumers by giving them an alternative, so Carlotta carry on her #bioattitude and creates clothes treated in detail and that tells a story, made of dreams and high ideals that are reflected in the ecological and craftsmanship component of her brand.

 

IG: @carlotta_redaelli

FB: @carlottaredaelli.bioattitude

BC Boncar - www.bcboncar.com

BC Boncar is a company that has been designing and producing packaging for the luxury sector for about 20 years with recognitions at national and international level.

Care, passion and attention to detail accompany all the processing phases of the products: from design to production. BC Boncar believes in designing tailor-made products to the specific needs of the customers.

BC Boncar develop coordinated image packaging, providing the customer with a complete service of articles in cardboard (boxes, shopping bags, tags, etc ..) and in fabric (dust-bags, tote-bags, etc ..).

BC Boncar believes in a sustainable future and growth. 

BC Boncar wants to improve the quality of people lives and of the environment by confirming every day the commitment to use natural materials with low environmental impact and looking for solutions to decrease Co2 emissions.

Bc Boncar has created the Big & Glam® brand, to design sustainable big packaging insize for the fashion industry.

BC Boncar organization allows to directly manage all the production cycle: from raw material purchases to subsequent internal and external processing, to end up with a capillary quality control in order to provide the most accurate products. Distribution and logistics take place all over the world, thus adhering to the needs of the customers.

Zerobarracento - www.zerobarracento.com

Zerobarracento is a gender-neutral outerwear brand committed to promoting Made in Italy sustainability. The brand’s DNA is made of clean, essential and Italian lines.

The paper patterns are developed through a process that eliminates textile waste during the design phase, an approach that helps to reduce the use of raw materials. Generally, 15% of the raw material is wasted in the cutting room.

0 and 100 are the statements. It therefore means 0% waste and 0% gender, while the brand aims to be 100% traceable, transparent, inclusive.

Seriterm - www.seriterm.com

Seriterm is a sustainable company that produces paddings for winter apparels.

The silk used to create this padding originates from a double production cycle.

It uses both primary and secondary materials derived from recovery chains, nonetheless it preserves their qualities.

The quality of this material is reflected by a superior technical performance if compared to the traditional one. We gave birth too a noble innovation following the concepts of Circular Economy.

We introduced a new way to use waste coming from fabric factories, giving birth to a new padding that is good for you, your health and for the planet. our mission is to meet people's needs by giving them the best choice for their performances; and to satisfy companies by offering them an innovative change to face the future.

Seriterm thanks to the combination of reborn silk and recycled polyester is able to maintain the body heat also at very rigid conditions.

According to lab analysis, this padding is able to handle our temperatures, preserve the natural breathability of the skin and protect it from bacteria and mites. 

NINA SYC - www.ninasyc.com

Nina SYC also known as Ania Gastol, born in Krakow, Poland is a freelance Art-Wear Designer, based in Milan.

Nina started her brand in 2012, by making costumes from the old newspapers, and other thrown-out pieces of disposable.

Since then, she Re-use, she Re-cycle and Up-cycle.

Paper is the main material she use to create her dresses. 

She is now developing projects to support the valuable alternatives to conventional paper (i.e hemp paper) to help in protecting the forests.

By exhibiting her collections, she promote ideas of No-Waste, to alert people of possibility to reduce wastage and be as much Eco friendly as possible. Her goal is to raise an interaction with environment by breaking concepts.

After completing a year of the fashion school in 2017, she started working with the textiles. She is now mixing paper with various fabrics. She only use the second hand clothes, left-overs and scraps of textiles.

She create dresses/costumes that can be worn, they can also be used as the Art Installations for various events.