Re-Kånken backpack Fjällräven take Sustainable Design one step further

Superb quality to make it long lasting and sustainable is no longer enough... The new Re-Kånken has been launched, made from one single yarn of recycled plastic bottles. Spin dyed to use less water, energy and chemicals. Ready to be used, travelled and loved. And in the distant future recycled again. 'Because without nature we're nothing' is a humble quote from the designers of the Swedish...

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Lobilo, eco friendly children’s clothing for AW13

Anna Nordqvist, the designer of Lobilo, emailed some photos she wanted to share with us, from her coming Autumn Winter 2013 collection. Anna has originally an artistic background, something that's evident in her limited edition collections where she's focusing on prints like little angel wings, soft feathers and so on. It's all about "Play, love and a lot of fantasy is the meaning of childhood...

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Concious H&M with recycling initiative

From February 2013 H&M are setting up recycling statitions in selected H&M stores worldwide. Used clothes can be handed in and each bag of secondhand clothes will be rewarded with a 10% discount voucher in return, valid for one item. The clothes will be recycled by H&M partner, I:Co. Nearly 150 million tons of shoes and clothing are sold worldwide every year. Today, only a small percentage of...

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Bonkeli -eco friendly clouds from Sweden to the UK

Bonkeli, a family run design company based in Sweden, is offering a limited edition range of clothes for kids with a collection of t shirts and baby accessories made entirely out of compostable materials, the clothes being certified as Cradle-to-Cradle. The Cradle-to-Cradle design concept is based upon the idea of making products that fit into the life-cycle of nature. By using only...

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Naty and Nature Babycare with new clothing range

Naty is a small entrepreneurial company founded by Marlene Sandberg, a Swedish mother and a champion of environmental causes. The Swedish based company provides environmentally aware parents organic options in personal care products with their Nature Babycare range. Find out more about Nature Babycare and clothing by Naty at naty.com New this year is a clothing range in organic cotton and wool....

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3rd of December, winner of lunch kit from My Friendly Lunchbox

Thank you to all for participating and all your lovely comments. The winner of 3d of December and a Waste Free Lunch Kit by Kids Konserve from My Friendly Lunch Box is *riikka*! Congratulations! Will you please forward your full name and address + choice of colour to us on: post@littlescandinavian.com and one eco friendly Lunch Kit by Kids Konserve from My Friendly Lunch Box will be on it's way...

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The Alpaca Society

A Norwegian secret society is revealed... The Alpaca Society has been dressing children and adults in luxurious and natural garments since 2005, and its about time it's introduced to us and the UK! Only got a few pics from their latest fashion show in Norway, but the collection consists of clothes for babies 0-2y, boys and girls 2-8y, tweens 8-12y and women. The Alpaca Society is members of the...

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Simplicity, comfort and eco-friendly; well done, LUDD!

LUDD is a Swedish-Spanish company creating exclusive, ethical, ecological basics for your child (0-3years). Design of Sweden, made in the EU. Choosing LUDD is choosing quality, basics and a brand full of meaning as the company itself adhere to a strict code of values: - Using fair-trade 100% organic cotton, eco friendly dye and printing. - All materials are quality certified and chosen to protect...

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ImseVimse organic nappies from beautiful Sweden

ImseVimse was founded in 1988 and is based on the picturesque island of Gotland, in the Swedish city of Visby , which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visby is a popular vacation destination for Scandinavians during the summer and receives hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Gotland is also known for being a environmental concerned, where everyone are expected to become involved: the...

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