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FRIDAY CATCH UP
FRIDAY CATCH UP

Enjoy the weekend!

WHEN TIMES GET TOUGH, REACH FOR LIPSTICK

The term was coined by Leonard Lauder - then-chairman of Estee Lauder - during the 2001 recession. He noted that in the autumn of that year lipstick sales rose, indicating that women facing an uncertain environment turn to beauty products as an affordable indulgence while they cut back on more-expensive items.

From: The Lipstick Index Has a Luxury Twist (Bloomberg Gadfly, June 3, 2016)

Leonard Lauder was right: when times get tough, reach for lipstick. Rabenmütter would like to add: when times get tough, reach for organic lipstick.

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GROWING SHOES
Once upon a time there was a shoe. Since then the fairytale has changed a bit. More then 39 billion pairs of shoes are thrown away each year, 95% ends up on a landfill. Belgian shoe designer Kristel Peters also believes it is time to rethink what we wear and use.
 
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LITTLE HEART
Annoyed by the fact that so many stockings are bought and thrown away again so easily made Bataillon Belette decide to do it differently. These stockings are made by small and local producers in Germany with a minimum impact on the environment.
 
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Rabenmütter loves to show you European labels with sustainability in their dna. Designers who care about the environment by using organic and non-toxic materials. They have a clear view on where or how their products are made, many of them work and produce locally. No more fast fashion, no compromising on style, only beautiful items for an outfit with a conscience.

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© Martiene Raven | Rabenmütter 2016