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Biodiversity and Green Fashion Week Amsterdam

Sustainable faschion a delicate matter for Amsterdam International Fashion Week 13-17 July 2011.
Holly Surett, project manager at Fashion Week:" Supporting sustainable fashion initiativesis essential for AIFW, as we aim to stimulateand strenghten the Dutch fashion industry. This is why we are searching for future oriented fashion entrepreneurs;
entrepreneurs who are able to create fashion while sustaining biodiversity".
Σε ενα απο τα κεντρικα κτιρια του Westergasfabriek, η Biodiversity and Green Fashion Week Amsterdam παρουσιαζει σημερα στο κοινο της, τις ιδιαιτεροτητες της και τις καινοτομιες της στο χωρο της μοδας, που οπως λεει ο Holly Surett, εχουν κυριο χαρακτηριστικο την υποστηριξη της ολλανδικης βιομηχανιας μοδας που δημιουργει "οικολογικη" μοδα!
Westergasfabriek Amsterdam.

 Biodiversity που αφορα τα διαφορετικα ειδη ζωης του πλανητη που ισσοροπουν με την υπαρξη τους, τους φυσικους μηχανισμους, μπορει να αποτελεσει τον βασικο παραγοντα στην ολλανδικη βιομηχανια μοδας.
Green Fashion Competition.
Δημιουργιες Μοδας με υφασματα και πρωτες υλες βιομηχανικης κατασκευης χωρις χημικες προσμειξεις και χωρις τη χρησιμοποιηση τεχνητων μεθοδων που επιβαρυνουν το οικολογικο συστημα ειναι η βαση για τη συμμετοχη στο διαγωνισμο " Green Fashion Competition" at "The International Fashion Week Amsterdam".
The Green Fashion Competition aims to create the foundation for a fashion industry that is prodused in a manner wherein biodiversity is preserved. The only way in which this can be dona is when entrepreneurs are able to find a ballance between the economical, ecological and social impact of their ideas; a balance between People, Planet and Profit.
The Green Fashion Competition will provide the entrepreneural talents within the Dutch fashion industry with coaching, support, an international platform and sizeable financial aid for launching their 

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