Since COSSAC launched into the eco-fashion world in October 2014 we have been on the road to seek out inspiration and find other like-minded slow fashion enthusiasts.
Safe guarding our planet and the people who live on it is going to take a group effort and becoming a conscious consumer is one step towards achieving that. COSSAC wants to help spread this message across the globe by reaching out, talking to and sharing the messages of people with the same positive attitude to eco-fashion that we represent.
COSSAC IN THE WORLD is about showing how together we can make one strong statement for ethical fashion across the globe whilst educating each other about the different fair trade and ethical fashion industries in each country.
Along with some photo contributions from customers we have managed to carve an impressive path around the planet – while staying ECO-HOT.
Here’s a look at the journey so far:
Lisa was the first to don her COSSAC sweatshirt in the super cool Mama Shelter Istanbul. Mama Shelter is a chic and innovative design hotel that use local produce in their restaurants and harness design talent within the city. We love their local approach and think they are a great ECO-HOT choice for hotels.
Next up was Dee, wearing her COSSAC sweatshirt in Athens, adding some contemporary design to a historical backdrop. We loved Dee’s enthusiasm for cultural history – keeping in touch with our roots is very ECO-HOT.
Then along came Lita in sunny Barcelona. Showing the style capital that eco-fashion is just as hot as the weather.
The French Alps
Swooping in next were our COSSAC ladies skiing in the French Alps. Forget Ski Bunnies in the chalets, COSSAC women are 100% action.
Following the spirit of the explorer COSSAC founder and designer Agata Natalia Kozak began her tour of Tokyo, starting with a walk through The Imperial Gardens where the Spring colours and shapes started her creative juices flowing for the S/S15 collection of COSSAC.
Then came the chilly but beautiful city of Seoul where we collaborated with talented photographer Jinveun and model So-Hee for a COSSAC eco-fashion shoot with breath-taking results.
In China we discovered another love for inks and calligraphy writing, perfect for COSSAC’s ECO-HOT tees.
Finally we reached Berlin for a stay at the inspiring MIchelberger Hotel. Their support for creative talent makes them a hub of exciting design. We particularly loved the walls of books – who needs paint or wallpaper when you can recycle books in such a fun way? Great for a bit of pre-bedtime reading too.
So... where COSSAC should go next?
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