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3 sustainable realities in Milan if you're interested in fashion

We've scouted out a few realities to keep an eye on to make fashion and the health of the Planet go hand in hand


Milan, the Italian, European and world temple of fashion. Millions of brands live in the city, from the big luxury brands that live off the mirror of themselves, to the small businesses that try to tread the road to success where, many others have done so before. 

Whatever the path, the certainty for those approaching fashion today is one among all: one must look, including sustainability

So here is a brief research of our editorial staff, with respect to the Milanese stores in which to shop without remorse

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Cavalli e Nastri - Via Mora, 3

Cavalli e Nastri is an institution in the world of vintage. Founded in Milan in 1920, it has made history and continues to do so by offering second-hand clothing from brands such as Chanel or Yves Saint Laurent inside its boutique. 

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Progetto Quid -

Progetto Quid has a threefold goal. It is obviously a fashion brand, it is committed to the lowest possible impact on the Planet by using only surplus materials to the big brands, and it provides jobs for vulnerable people. Have a look at their website. 

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Ethical Jewels di Gioielleria Belloni - Via Alfonso Lamarmora, 31

Ethical Jewels makes sustainable and ethical Faimined Gold jewelry. In fact, all of Belloni Jewelry's creations are made with silver, gold and diamonds mined from certified mines. The goal is to work exclusively with suppliers who look beyond quality to respect for their workers.

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Illustration by Gloria Dozio - Acrimònia Studios