I must admit that I have always been one of those people who enjoy going back to school, and now, to work after the summer holidays. Why? Because of the new Autumn stuff! I still recall the day I went shopping my first backpack and pencil case with my mom. It was sooo exciting! For some […]
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EPISODE 5: MEM Hardcore Fashion – What Is Anarchy in MEM?
Anarchy! What does that mean to designer and master seamstress Paula Malleus and how it can be seen in Paula’s collections? In the fifth episode of Hardcore Fashion, Paula ponders anarchy and branding from a philosophical point of view. What do these words things mean to her? We can assure that not the very traditional meaning! In addition, […]
Circular economy and new innovative textile fibers in Finland
In Finland there are currently several innovative projects ongoing in the field of new textile fibers and circular economy. This article highlights some of them. We glanced what Metsä Fibre, Spinnova and VTT are doing at the moment. The ongoing innovations focus on creating the new fibers from wood or using the old textiles. According to YLE […]
Nokian Neulomo – a true action of responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is everywhere. But we all know that pretty words aren’t anything if they are not put into action. This is a true story about action. It’s called Nokian Neulomo. It all started when Nanso, a clothing company founded in 1921, announced that it had to shut down its factory at a traditional industry […]