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VOGUE BRITAIN

Benedetti Life is a sustainable and animal-free luxury fashion label committed to environmental protection and the preservation of life in all of its forms. Visit www.benedetti.life Instagram @benedetti.life


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VOGUE BRITAIN

Benedetti Life is a sustainable and animal-free luxury fashion label committed to environmental protection and the preservation of life in all of its forms. A transparent and ethical company, working with passion and striving to manage the planet's finest resources and production practice, Benedetti Life is building a culture of respect, enviromental consciousness and ethical business practices. Visit www.benedetti.life Instagram @benedetti.life


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VOGUE BRITAIN

»I talked to Matea Benedetti, who created one of the most controversial products in a country that makes so many high-quality bags and shoes. The designer explained her experiments with apple waste from a company that produces bottled apple juice.« Suzy Menkes, International Vogue


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NYLON

Slovenia-based fashion designer Matea Benedetti is no stranger to the world of sustainable fashion design. Now, she's shown her latest collection at the very first Vegan Fashion Week, which consisted of various laser-cut gowns derived from apple skin—a truly breathtaking example of how high fashion doesn't have to harm the planet.

OGLEJTE SI VIDEO

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L'OFFICIEL

Preuve qu'il y a une vie après la mode, et qu'on peut croquer sa pomme après l'avoir mangée, Matea Benedetti (photo ci-dessous), elle, utilise des déchets de l'industrie agro-alimentaire pour réaliser certains de ses vêtements... Après le rouge, bientôt le vert ?


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ELUXE

Best Fashion or Beauty Luxury Brand of the Year Winner

This sophisticated label, founded by award-winning designer Matea Benedetti, truly embraces luxury fashion in a sustainable and animal-free way. Not only does the lush  Slovenian brand produced in Italy use non-toxic, organic textiles to create its haute looks, but it also ensures social sustainability by hiring locally, and by preserving “Made in Italy” artisanal traditions with its ethical, transparent production practices. That’s Amore!


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THE NEW YORK TIMES

Matea Benedetti, 43, a designer from Ljubljana, Slovenia, was one of the few on site already using the material, which is a made from apple-industry waste. Her red and white apple leather gown with a train elicited a roar of applause from the crowd as it sailed down the catwalk.

Next, Ms. Benedetti is hoping to experiment with orange fiber, a supple new leather alternative set to hit the market soon. “I’m waiting for when it will be ready,” she said, adding that she also has her eye on coffee-ground leather sourced from Asia.