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Winning award for Good People’s Winter 2020 collection

Exhibiting at the Pure London show on February 10th to 12th, international fashion trade show established since 35 years at the center of the city in the Kensington Olympia, Good People won the first prize of the Conscious Designer of the Year.


At the origin of this award, the online network platform Common Objective, created ten years ago by Tamsin Lejeun. CO is a smart networking intelligence that connects its members and allows them to evolve in the fashion industry with a common mean of sustainability.
On their side, the Conscious Fashion Campaign directed by the Pure show itself, an organism with the same values that put into light the sustainable designers and organized conferences during the 3 days of exhibition on this valued theme of conscious fashion.

It is then ten jury that gathered and selected Good People as their favorite among about 30 other designers in this section.

« The innovation behind the research of our fabrics is the foundation of our brand’s development » declares Clémence Goudard, Creative Director of Good People.

More than the promise of colorful, authentic and sophisticated collections, Good People went onto the research of the infinite possibilities behind their manufacture in Madagascar, offering ancestral techniques that their artisans are using to make all the products meticulously by hand.
Progressing from a line of clutches to a complete line of handbags, this year Good people added a new creation to it’s collection of original fabrics, fabrics that are always handwoven, 100% vegan and organic: a type of tweed made of cotton recycled ribbons with natural raffia threads.

These new designs already found success with asian distributors for the upcoming Spring season, by means of new perspectives of development for this 4th year for Good People, which is preparing a whole lot of new surprises for September 2019.

For more info visit www.goodpeople.fr

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