No More Plastic is a non-profit, created by Rosalie Mann, with the objective of fighting against plastic pollution and protecting the environment. This association raises awareness of the public on the pollution of marine life and is seeking for alternative solutions to plastic products, nudging our society to change their consumption habits.
Born June 15, 1989 in Paris, Caroline has been the founder and artistic director of Ethic Hunt for 2 years.
Previously an interactive design manager for 10 years with major brands such as Happn, Betclic, Mano Mano or Salesforce, Caroline has supported various start-ups and large CAC-40 companies in the design and production of digital products.
Always committed to her food consumption, it was during confinement that Caroline became aware of the harmful impact of the Fashion industry on the environment.
She then realizes as a consumer that access to high-end ethical brands on the web is complex.
Few mentions in national women’s press covers, difficult access on search engines, few details on the real environmental commitment of brands, a lot of greenwashing and referencing of eco-responsible brands, mainly mid-range or ‘mainstream’ of the general female public.
It is through meetings at conferences, fairs, private sales and via social networks that Caroline is gradually developing her catalog of favorite committed brands.
In winter 2019, Caroline administers a survey on the consumption of ethical clothing to her community on Instagram as well as to her relatives, which confirms the need for simple, didactic and humanized access to a portal of trendy and ethical brands in order to no longer be dependent on big brands of Fast Fashion.
In January 2020, Caroline becomes a committed entrepreneur and launches the beta of her first start-up, which she calls Ethic Hunt, in reference to the ethical nuggets she hunts for daily.
In May 2020, Caroline launches V1 of her marketplace and develops her community on Facebook and Instagram.
For a year and a half, Caroline worked part-time on Ethic Hunt as she was also design manager at the time.
It was in March 2022 that Caroline decided to devote herself to Ethic Hunt full-time. She organized a total of 5 ethical pop-ups which were increasingly successful.
Starting with partnerships with pop-up collectives such as Just be 16 at the Hilton and La Grande Épicerie and Point Physique, she then decided to create her own sales events that were intended to be aesthetic, disruptive and participatory.
I choose yarns made of natural materials. Because it is much more beautiful and pleasant than synthetic, because it is renewable resources, because it “breathes” and the associated properties are more interesting. I choose the finest and softest Mohair yarn.
I work with farms that respect animals (see the “mohair” tab). I produce close and on a small scale. This all has a cost. By selling directly to my customers through my e-shop, I avoid the multiplication of margins and I practice a minimum coefficient.
Manufacture in small factories close and conscientious while respecting their rhythm and at a fair price for all. Today we are continuing this exchange and imagining hand knitted models to offer you easy patterns and allow you to knit “good mood” sweaters!
Born in 1984 in France, he loves understanding how people and things work. Having gone through institutional communication and advertising, he finally became a manufacturer and cofounded Atelier Populaire.
With Atelier Populaire, you can find effective, rewarding and original products.
The idea behind it? Reconcile ourselves with materials and learn how to make our ideas exist. And this is exactly what he dedicates himself to.
Victor Tamer studied Law in France, Marketing in the US and Management in Italy. He is a fashion photographer, a writer, an NFT artist and is in charge of partnerships for the French speaking world at BeinCrypto.com
Camille is the co-Founder & Director of Bye Bye Plastic Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating single-use plastics from the music industry, & events in general. Throughout the last 4 years, Bye Bye Plastic emerged from its initial Eco-Rider viral momentum to an internationally operating team of change-makers, setting future-forward & durable change on the world’s dancefloors.
Now consulting with various companies & groups on the topic of sustainability & Circular Economy, Camille is entirely dedicated to helping the topic gain unprecedented speed of motion, and even more so, to gaining the efficiency & scalability that will preserve the one & only collective roof we all have over our head.
Conscious Innovator, Impact Entrepreneur and Transformational Mentor
Sara Simmonds is a Conscious Innovator Transformational Mentor and Founder Of The Sara Simmonds Product Innovation Consultancy. Sara pivots conscious leaders and their businesses to supercharge their impact by teaching them how to unlock their unique power and purpose, hone in on their hero products, and stand for innovation and meaning.
Sara is a Winner of Grazia Magazines award for Product innovation for The launch of Sustainable Fashion Brand Sharkah Chakra which re-imagined denim to be sustainable, hand made and conscious. Sara is a former head buyer for Harvey Nichols and River Island as well as being a global speaker and advocate for conscious consumerism.
Alejandra is the founder and CEO of ETHOS, a tech start-up building the social network for Gen Z to connect with the causes that they care about. Founded at the age of 19, ETHOS scaled rapidly in its proof of concept launch, utilising that momentum to grow the app. Having garnered the support of notable investors, in 2022, Alejandra became the youngest female founder to raise £1.5m of seed funding in the UK.
Chloé Cohen is a sustainable fashion journalist and creator of Nouveau Modele, the podcast on responsible and engaged fashion.
Since September 2018, Chloé has been meeting with committed fashion insiders, all determined to change every phase of the textile industry.
Liv is the founder of Livable studio: a sustainable fashion consultancy specialised in creation with a focus on circularity.
Through collaboration, consulting and training, they help fashion brands implement the circular economy to become more sustainable, wherever they are in their journey.
After more than 12 years in this broken industry, including adidas and many collaborations, she has witnessed many disturbing issues, including exploited workers, extensive pollution, and an unjustified waste of resources.
She now works to change mindsets.