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WARDROBE CRISIS BY CLARE PRESS — June 2018
HfW Designers we love — Podcast Ep. 52

“British designer Bav Tailor is based in Milan and makes her beautiful, classic yet modern collections mindfully in Italy, with a focus on the age-old techniques of tailoring but with innovative, modern cuts. She’s all about what she calls “eco-sustainable” materials -certified organic and natural or tech-driven with sustainability in mind. Tailor by name, Tailor by nature/nurture – both Bav’s grandparents were in the trade.”

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VOGUE TALENTS ITALIA — September 2018
SS19 Milan Fashion Week: 10 Best Talents

“The Fashion Hub Market has the goal of making known the best of creativity in all its aspects; for this edition, ready-to-wear brands have been selected with an interesting profile like Bav Tailor – entirely sustainable Italian production”

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VOGUE TALENTS ITALIA — February 2018
Scouting for India

“Eco- sustainable luxury, essential design and made-in-italy. These are the keywords behind my brand’, says Bav Tailor, a British-Indian designer who established her brand in 2015. The scouting project’s connection with Italy is one of the elements that she appreciates the most. Her SS18 collections draws inspiration from a quote by Nagarjuna: ‘To whomever emptiness is possible, all things are possible”

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THE MATERIAL SOURCEBOOK — February 2018
Sustainability

“Fish skin dress Fish skin is a by-product of the fishing industry. Converting it into leather creates a desirable product from something that would otherwise be of little value. It is often processed using vegetable tanning and dyeing methods. This dress, created by Milan-based British eco-designer Bav Tailor, is constructed from Nile perch skin sourced from lake Victoria in Africa.”

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ACQUA QC TERME BY VOGUE ITALIA - August 2017
Eco Fashion Revolution

“Bav Tailor, a young Italian eco-luxury brand and member of the Ethical Fashion Forum, believes in the total traceability of its suppliers that must be environmentally sustainable in all or part of their production process: “I carefully search for fine quality materials that are innovative and eco-friendly like recycled fish skins, bamboo, hemp, nettle, organic silk and organic cotton. For the new F/W 17-18 collection, I’ll present fabrics made of Japanese paper, wood, and ecological wool with recycled cotton buttons.”

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