Mommy and me bonding just got more fashionable. Imagine your daughter styling the same necklace as you?
Turn away from toxic jewellery. Offer your girls eco-friendly and socially responsible bling. Each necklace is hand-assembled and safety knots keep every bead tightly in place. Beads come from a new generation bio material out of corn – a renewable source. The bling is added with medical-grade titanium beads which are light and non-toxic. The magnetic break-away clasp adds extra safety.
You can tailor the colours and shapes, mix and match, create a personalised Grabling to a special outfit. Contact us via email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grabling baby comes in 2 sizes: short and medium length. They are carefully assembled and only small beads are used to ensure comfort and style.
Grabling Kids can be tailored to any length. Small and big bead sizes are used to compose super cute necklaces to fit every outfit. Girls of all ages will love this hip ecochic new collection
On October 22nd. Grabling went to Fashion Week Shanghai to watch the Grand Final EcoChic Design Awards. Organized by Redress, an organization which promotes young designers who create their work from second-hand market cloths and production leftovers from factories by using three techniques:
Zero-waste: is a pattern design technique that eliminates textile waste at the design stage
Up-cycling: is the recycling of a material into a product of higher quality
Reconstruction: is the process of making new clothes from used garments or performed products
ESPRIT, who had Gisele Bündchen pose for their Summer campaign this year, was one of the sponsors who gave the opportunity for the winner to design a sustainable collection for their stores in China. Margaret Kutt, sustainability project manager at ESPRIT was one of the judges present.
Another wonderful part of the fashion show was that all the models wore Melissa shoes which is a Brazilian brand currently featured by top model Alessandra Ambrosio.
Thanks to the charismatic Dr. Christina Dean, founder of Redress and organizer of the EcoChic Design Awards, Grabling watched all from the VIP seat in the front row.