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Modetrotter bring its stone to the building



September 2018: “I don’t want to see plastic bottles on your desks any longer.” One month later, almost all the team have bought reusable bottles.

April 2019: “Please read this article on digital pollution.” One minute later, “Wow! Let’s stop emailing!”

Of course, it’s not as simple as that. But our mantra since the creation of Modetrotter has been “petit à petit, l’oiseau fait son nid” (Rome wasn’t built in a day). This has even been put up in the office toilets in a pretty picture painted by the CSAO. And so we take the view that, with our small means and our great ambitions, it can only be good for the planet if we each, in our own way, make an effort. We will never be perfect, but we try to do our bit, in our own way. 




Workshop



A large part of our production is carried out in our workshops in the Ile de France. Our relationship with these suppliers is a strong, daily, deep-rooted relationship. Nevertheless, producing in France – including in the Ile de France – means higher costs. But our aspirations and wishes include the desire to be able to offer more accessible products. So we now work a lot with Europe: Macedonia, Poland, Portugal and Greece.



Each supplier has their own know-how. For embroideries and viscose we look to India, which excels in these areas. But we have built a close relationship with each of these workshops. 





Reused fabrics



In the beginning, Modetrotter was: a trip around Ile de France every three months to buy rolls of material from old stocks held by famous brands. This was great, lovely, glamorous, responsible and less expensive. But it was limited. Imagine the frustration of being able to buy only 50 metres of that checked woollen fabric. The disappointment for you if we could not restock that Maeva jacket. So we have expanded our range of suppliers. We take more risks, buy material in greater quantities, and if it is not all used in one season, we reuse it the next. We try our hardest not to waste anything. As for our early stock, we are liquidating it little by little, enabling as many of you as possible to acquire a Modetrotter piece.





Un rien c'est tout


From now on, through the charitable association Un rien c’est tout, you can round up the price of your order in favour of a partner charity of Modetrotter. If you give 1 Euro, Modetrotter undertakes to give another Euro. If you give 5 Euros, so do we.

Heart pin's


A new little surprise. From now on we will, at random, hide small heart-shaped badges in some clothes. If you find one of these badges, we will pay the profit on your item to a partner charity of Modetrotter.


Ocean's month

For the 2019 Month of the Ocean we have designed a T-shirt with the profits to be paid to Expeditions Med, which works to combat plastic pollution at sea. This issue is brought home to us when, summer after summer, during a weekend in Biarritz or a shoot in Marseille, we see our beautiful Mediterranean or the Atlantic transformed by all this waste.

No Package

We now offer you the possibility of reducing the packaging of your order to the minimum possible. By checking the "zero packaging" option, you agree to receive your order without a post card, without tissue paper and without a tote bag. Obviously nobody will judge you if you don’t select this option! But if you already have 17 tote bags, perhaps you can do without the eighteenth.

Ocean's month

For the 2019 Month of the Ocean we have designed a T-shirt with the profits to be paid to Expeditions Med, which works to combat plastic pollution at sea. This issue is brought home to us when, summer after summer, during a weekend in Biarritz or a shoot in Marseille, we see our beautiful Mediterranean or the Atlantic transformed by all this waste.


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