In this picture, Bia Saldanha is marching in Rio de Janeiro, the 8th of March 1989. She has devoted her life to defend women’s right, to fight against the Amazon deforestation and to collaborate with the Amazonian communities. She collaborated with Veja from 2007 to 2020 by guiding and building the wild rubber sourcing project in Acre in Amazonia.
Out of a passion for denim and sustainability, Anna founded E.L.V. Denim, sourced vintage jeans and transformed them into modern, sophisticated styles. Each item is made in East London to minimise waste and impact on the environment. E.L.V. Denim proves that there is no excuse for the excessive water usage in denim production.
Jan ‘n June
Anna Bronowski and Julia Holtzheimer
Hamburg, summer of 2013: in front of a bottle of wine, Anna and Julia decided to found Jan 'N June to answer the question “why is there no stylish, sustainable, and affordable fashion label?”. Today Jan 'N June is a sustainable fashion success: all items are fairly and transparently produced in Portugal and Poland with sustainable materials.
Michelle conceived MICHI in her NYC apartment in 2010 after growing tired of the uniform available across all fitness platforms. She created activewear collections that enhance performance, ignite self-expression and can be worn both in and out of studios. MICHI is for the women with a variegate lifestyle and whose wellbeing is a top priority.