People of sustainable and circular fashion share their personal stories, opportunities they came across, challenges they faced and learnings they acquired. S4F Stories is all about them, the people behind sustainable and circular fashion.

Dalia Sendra Rodriguez, MUB Collection

Dahlia Rodriguez crossed paths with Svetlana and Marta, all posseasing a sustainable mindset and similar philosophy. Together they launched Make Your Bed Project to develop MUB Collection.

Eni Jewellery by Eleni Koumara

Eleni is the jewellery designer of Eni Jewellery. Each collection is developed by her, and therefore expresses her distinctive and original style.

NAAM brand – proudly and ethically made in Moldova, by Bannaia E. and Golneva D.

Elena and Daria started their collaborative work on the NAAM brand last fall, desiring to create high-quality and sustainable products. Each item, whether it’s a knitted scarf, a sweater, or a linen suit, they produce by themselves in the Republic of Moldova, paying attention to every detail. Currently, they’re working on developing their brand identity and its recognition, wishing in near future to reach the foreign market as well.

Zero Waste Design, by Ecaterina V.

Ecaterina is trying to bring sustainable fashion in Moldova. She is an activist, fashion designer and embroidery artist. She believes that we can make fair fashion and always looks for ways to make a change.

A multiversal design studio, raising ethical processes and innovation

Zuzana Kralova KRALOVA Studio Alicante, Spain Zuzana is a constant creative thinker, believing in innovative and ethical processes applied in fashion industry, new materials and …

Building a disruptive supply chain

Aniela Hoitink is an autodidact on the implantation of technology and microbiology into textiles. Currently her focus is on MycoTEX, a ground breaking automated seamless manufacturing method allowing for custom-made products made from compostable mushroom roots.