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PITTI UOMO 95 — January 2019
Lessons in Sustainable Fashion — conference

British designer Bav Tailor speaks ‘Lessons in Sustainable Fashion’ in the prestigious setting of the British Institute of Florence library. Organised by the Italy team of the Department for International Trade (DIT), who invited representatives of three world-famous British brands – Burberry, Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood – to share their corporate approach to sustainable fashion. Two acclaimed British designers, champions of sustainability, Christopher Raeburn and Bav Tailor, joined them to explain how recycling and respect for the environment are the underlying principles of their creative process. The event, held on the second day of Pitti Uomo – the unmissable trade show and annual appointment for fashion buyers and makers – aims to promote British excellence in the field of sustainable fashion.

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VOGUE TALENTS — February 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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Scouting for India

“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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ESTESA UK — February 2018

“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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