Seeds of change in sustainable wear


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  • Saturday, 13 Apr 2019

Mertens explaining to the media how the label helps to curb wastefulness by using unwanted materials for its fashion line.

IN CONJUNCTION with Earth Day 2019, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur collaborated with Biji-biji to bring an exciting pop-up store to Tokyo Street, Level 6.

Marrying the ancient craft of kimono-making with the principles of sustainability, Biji-biji Ethical Fashion is open until tomorrow.

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