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Morgane Nyfeler

Morgane Nyfeler

Luxury Tribune

Fashion and culture writer with work published on Wallpaper*, ELLE UK, British Vogue and Dazed Digital, Morgane Nyfeler is passionate about sustainable fashion, from independent labels to ethical supply chains and innovative technologies.

Morgane Nyfeler's articles

Luxury fashion steps up the green game at COP26
Fashion

Luxury fashion steps up the green game at COP26

The UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Change set new goals that its signatory brands must meet by no later than 2030. Will the fashion industry commit to reducing its carbon emissions and embrace environmental-friendly practices for future generations?

By Morgane Nyfeler

The growing responsibility of ethical fashion platforms
SustainabilityFeature

The growing responsibility of ethical fashion platforms

Shopping guilt-free and effortlessly is the promise of the new online fashion marketplaces where ecology and aesthetic collide. The ethical fashion market is expected to reach 9.81 billion dollars by 2025.

By Morgane Nyfeler

‘Skinminimalism’ strips beauty back to the bare minimum
Sustainability

‘Skinminimalism’ strips beauty back to the bare minimum

‘Skinminimalism’ is the new trend that brings our beauty habits back to basics. Better for our health and the planet, it’s also a more affordable alternative to other wasteful practices.

By Morgane Nyfeler

Fashion: augmented nature in our coats
Sustainability

Fashion: augmented nature in our coats

While outerwear is designed to keep us warm and protect us from harsh weather conditions, it is typically harmful to the environment or towards animals. Attractive alternatives are finally emerging. Find out why.

By Morgane Nyfeler

Sustainability at the forefront of the 36th Hyères Festival
Sustainability

Sustainability at the forefront of the 36th Hyères Festival

For its 36th edition, the festival was forced to be rescheduled in October – with an exhibition running until end of November – due to […]

By Morgane Nyfeler

Upcycling: turning trash into fashion treasures
Sustainability

Upcycling: turning trash into fashion treasures

As the world’s second most polluting industry, the fashion industry is waking up to the value found in using existing resources in order to minimise its waste. Upcycling is slowly becoming the new trend emulating the second-hand and vintage market, and the luxury sector, from innovative high-end brands to pioneering independent designers, isn’t short of exciting, eco-friendly initiatives.

By Morgane Nyfeler

The future of fashion will be circular or it won’t be
FashionFeature

The future of fashion will be circular or it won’t be

Second-hand platforms, very popular among the younger generation, are now supported by the luxury giants.

By Morgane Nyfeler

Portugal, the green Eldorado of fashion
SustainabilityFeature

Portugal, the green Eldorado of fashion

Supply chains in the fashion industry are, to say the least, complex business. Facing the massive trend of sustainable fashion among the younger generation, fashion is reshaping itself.

By Morgane Nyfeler

The 10 most innovative alternatives to plastic for luxury
Sustainability

The 10 most innovative alternatives to plastic for luxury

What if wearing plant-based clothes could make us and the planet healthier? Innovative start-ups, materials companies and luxury labels are collaborating in a quest for more eco-friendly fabrics.

By Morgane Nyfeler

Lab-grown diamonds: a greener footprint?
Innovation & Know-How

Lab-grown diamonds: a greener footprint?

From fine jewellery brands to small jeweller, key players are committed to making the industry more transparent. Whether lab-grown or natural diamonds, what kind of environmental footprint will they leave in the future?

By Morgane Nyfeler

Tech meets made-to-order fashion for good
SustainabilityFeature

Tech meets made-to-order fashion for good

Fashion designers have found a new appeal in an old business model that comes as a slower, higher-quality alternative to the mass fashion market and is now backed by technology.

By Morgane Nyfeler

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