Sustainable Style
Edition 98
Sandra Sandor, founder of the Nanushka brand, is one of the protagonists of the series of video interviews dedicated to the designers of The Sustainable Style. One of the most interesting event-projects of Pitti Uomo 98: a special showcase on eco-sustainability, production ethics, esthetics, style and business which will focus the spotlight on thirteen designers + a special guest who have all embarked upon their own path towards responsible and sustainable fashion.
The video interview is conducted by Giorgia Cantarini, the fashion journalist and independent scouter curator of the project, and directed by Conor Gorman.

In its collections, the Budapest-based brand designed by Sandra Sandor, continuously draws powerful inspiration from nature and its transformative effect on the human world, thus design and manufacturing decisions pay homage to the planet and its inhabitants. Sustainable initiatives include working with women in the small Hungarian village of Terény, where unemployment among the female community is high, and hand-crafting all beads and buttons from organic materials, not plastic. For Pre-Fall 2020, Nanushka’s most responsible collection to date, the label’s signature materials are deconstructed and redefined, resulting in an array of patchwork of vegan leather looks made entirely from deadstock fabric.