Sustainability

Welcome to the Jungle: WWF Collaboration

By jenniko | 2.4.2017

Mori Collective donates 20€ from each sold bomber jacket to WWF Finland’s work to protect endangered nature   Welcome to the Jungle Bomber Jacket is mostly made of recycled materials. The idea for the bomber jacket came when we found an old WWF duvet cover with tigers on it. The first model of the bomber

Nordic Designers’ Pop-up Vol.2

By tyttial | 6.9.2016

The Nordic Designers’ Pop-up shop vol.2 is open in ITIS, Helsinki, 2.9.-29.9.2016. The Pop-up consists of interesting selection of Finnish brands. Clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories etc.! Be sure to visit there on September! From the event’s description: “Nd Nordic Designers´ Pop-up Shop gathers the most interesting Finnish designer labels (womenswear, menswear and accessories) for a

NORTHERN SEAS

By tyttial | 6.9.2016

“From the northern boarder of Finland, you don’t have to travel far to reach the shores of the Artic Ocean. The water in the Norwegian fjords is clear and deep green. Sea shells wash up to shores and sandy coves give you a feeling of tropic but when you dip your toes into the water,

FRANK/IE SHOP HELSINKI

By tyttial | 26.2.2016

The new designers’ own Frank/ie shop is now open! The opening party was on 17.2.16, with music by lovely Ida Bois and refreshment by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas. The shop is located at the same address as the previous OVVN Shop, Iso Roobertinkatu 17-19, Punavuori / Helsinki. The shop is kept by a collective of Finnish companies who value close-by production and sustainable

Recycling – from waste to diamonds

By jenniko | 5.1.2016

The amount of consumed clothing is enormous. Only Finns buy 70 million kilos of new clothes and home textiles per year, and this is about 13 kilos per person. The vast majority of that, about 10 kilos ends up as waste, which means more than 50 million kilos of textile waste per year. Fast fashion is

BOTHNIA SAVAGES

By tyttial | 18.10.2015

For a few months, our friends Pauliina and Aino have been living in a cottage on the coast of Gulf of Bothnia, in Meri-Pori. The aim has been to search for waves, experiment on sustainable life-style, and increase the concern over nature. Professionally the girls complement each other well, since Pauliina is a journalist and Aino is a photographer, which allows