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March 3th, 8pm at DE Studio (Maarschalk Gérardstraat 4, 2000 Antwerp)

Maya collection launchparty | Eline Van Ree

We invite you to join us in the DE Studio as we celebrate the launch of the new Maya Collection. A collection inspired by the frivolous and beautiful Mexico during the twenties.

Drop by, have a look, fit and, above all, have a great time!

All the designs will be for sale at the EVR Maya Collection Launch Party.

NICE TO MEET YOU: ELINE VAN REE

In een opwelling naar Barcelona verhuizen, daar je dagen vullen met bartenden, naailessen geven en… je eigen label uit de grond schoppen? Het overkwam de Belgische Eline Van Ree, die met haar originele zeefdrukprints haar plaats in de modeschijnwerpers opeist.

Read the full article here 

Discover the new collection: MAYA, THE REVOLUTION OF RIVERA for wholesale appointments contact: L23 showroom lana@L23.be

 

 

SHOP YOUR FAVOURITE DESIGNER PIECES AT AFFORDABLE PRICES

DURING THE BELMODO FASHION DAYS

STOCKSALES

Where? Driekoningenstraat 20, Berchem

When? 11-12-13 of May  from 10 AM to 6PM

What? Stock sale prices on previous collections

We need to start educating ourselves; buying local and less; buying used and upcycled; and buying from independent ethical fashion brands that are the main driver of an agenda for a responsible fashion industry. Because the clothing industry is still the second-largest polluter in the world and it is at the heart of the struggle for human rights.

EVR tries to make a difference by:

  • EVR clothes are mainly natural fibres: This makes the body breathes and the materials doesn’t pollute the environment. Synthetic alternatives such as nylon and polyester, are made from petrochemicals that do not biodegrade, and their manufacture uses huge amounts of energy.
  • EVR uses upcycled denim; Denim is the fabric which provides the highest and dirtiest wastewater of all.
  • EVR hand-created prints are made by the silkscreen technique with water-based dyes, which aren’t toxic. Below you see the working process in Sergio’s studio Lalula in Barcelona.

Reading more about denim wastewater: The dirty secret behind jeans

Otter sources: – Slow Fashion: Aesthetics meets ethics – Safia Minney

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