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Ethical Fashion Show invites young prize-winning labels
Jun '12
The Ethical Fashion Show has always been a platform for launching new labels. In September, the exhibition will welcome two young prize-winning labels to the pool of “Designers”: Isidis, winner of the Ethical Fashion prize at the Dinard Festival of Young Fashion Designers and Biscotto&Léontine, winner of the Paris Factory Mode & Design prize.

The Biscotto&Léontine project, creating a mixed ethical range for children, was chosen by ESCP Europe to benefit from the training at Paris Factory Mode et Design from March to May 2012. At the final presentation before a jury of professionals from fashion and the textile industry, the label won over the jury and earned itself a stand at the Ethical Fashion Show next September.

Biscotto&Léontine demonstrates a contemporary and unorthodox approach and carries over the current trends from adult fashion, like retro or heritage, adapting them to fit children’s fashion. Each garment has its history and identity. They are all signed by the men and women who fashioned them. The labels will be personalised with the first name, age, town and a note about the seamstress/tailor who made the garment.

Biscotto&Léontine is the outcome of a meeting between Pauline Morel and Grégory Sohn, two professionals who started out their careers in socially inclusive enterprises.

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