Elementum and Yuka Okada met each other in a sustainable fashion event in Tokyo. Since then their friendship has grown, personally and professionally. We asked a few questions to our dear friend and collaborator, Yuka, owner of INHEELS, a Japanese sustainable fashion brand and also co-founder of a creative residency in Tokyo called Almost Perfect.
In a colourful palette and beautiful tiles, Lisbon rolls out its typical streets and endows you with easy enjoyment, letting you wander its beautiful limestone cobbled streets to discover every corner of the city. Effortlessly beautiful and warmly welcoming, Lisbon’s long history and conscious modernizing make it a serene and inspiring European Capital.
From 2 to 4 July, Elementum will be at Neonyt presenting the 2020 collection. The Trade Show focus on sustainable fashion, innovative business models and exciting material developments. In 2019, Neonyt will revolve around the future-relevant topic of “water”. How can the fashion industry minimise its impact on water consumption and actively contribute to preserving this vital resource? Neonyt and FashionSustain will be shedding light on the two poles of fashion and water from a neo-new perspective. "H2O meets fashion and sustainable innovation. How can the fashion industry minimise its global impact on water consumption and contamination while making an active contribution to preserving this vital resource? Neonyt and FashionSustain will be shedding light on the two poles of fashion and...
OUR KNITS…. Discover varying textures on a selection of fluid and multifunctional knitwear. Made of the Finest Alpaca in un-dyed yarn colours or in Organic cotton in combination with Fine Merino wool. Our knitwear collection is formed by simple embracing shapes with new woollen textures of a soft touch. We focus on tactile qualities in our knitwear, on new shapes and new textures. These are timeless, multifunctional, seamless and fluid.
Sustainable fashion is about more than just organic cotton. From the fabrics we source to the packaging we use, to the way we make our clothes, we’re working to minimize the negative impact the fashion industry has on our planet. We believe in slow fashion, buying fewer and better, sourcing materials with respect for the earth, transparent supply chains, and valuing the people involved at every stage of the production process.