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The 2021 goal of Okia is to recycle and turn in into eyewear one million of bottles.

The 2021 goal of Okia is to recycle and turn in into eyewear one million of bottles.

Thanks to the launch of the Reshape project to produce eyewear entirely made of 100% recycled PET material from plastic bottles, Okia never stops its commitment in promoting a green attitude, on the contrary it raises the bar to reach this ambitious target this year. Each Reshape model is made from 5 recycled water bottles and

Kenmark Eyewear donated $10K to several charities in December.

The company has donated $10,000 to various charities for “The Season of Giving Back” campaign, which took place this past December. Each week throughout the month of December, Kenmark was able to donate a portion of sales to several charities and initiatives dear to their heart and encouraged customers to get involved globally. The charities

Okia Optical responds to the “green” needs of the market.

Through the words of Jacky Lam, Managing Director of Okia Optical, we retrace the sustainable path undertaken by the company. Your company was one of the first to move towards products with eco-sustainable DNA: what have been your milestones in this regard? Since 2018, we first kicked off Okia Sustainability project, we had embedded whole

Neubau strengthens its green credo and focuses on social responsibility.

Nina Froestl, Global Marketing Manager of Neubau, eco-friendly brand of the Silhouette group, explains to WMIDO the different facets of sustainable style that has always characterized this reality. On which direction is the vision for the future of your brand focused? Our vision is to bring more premium to the people. Because we believe that

The new green eyewear brand Mita makes its debut at MIDO

Mita, the new green eyewear brand, produced by Vision of Tomorrow (VoT), makes its debut at MIDO. During the fiftieth edition of Mido, Collection 1, totally eco-sustainable, will be officially presented. The 17 eyewear models and 13 sunglasses are in fact made with recycled and recyclable materials: the plastic proposals use a material obtained from PET

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