Astrid et Alexandre Suermondt
PARIS / France
We’ve made the most sustainable espadrille in the world
In 2004, the siblings Astrid and Alexandre Suermondt launched their brand “R. by Angarde” (meaning “avant-garde” in old French), a French espadrille brand whose shoes are made out of short-circuit recycled materials and are waterproof and long-lasting. They are machine-washable and the inside soles are made of anti-odor and anti-bacterial microfibres. Eco-friendly due to their free recycling at the end of their life, the cool and relaxed “R. by Angarde” espadrille look is for sure the most sustainable on the planet.
We created the first French brand which makes eco friendly tights out of recycled polyamide yarn
18 April 2019
TAMMY DUNAKIN - " Je loue mes chèvres pour tondre vos pelouses "
3 March 2018
Du 29 janvier au 2 février dernier
21 June 2016
On Tuesday, June 14, Catherine Berthillier was the guest speaker at ARÈNE Ile-de-France, the regional agency that supports French territories in their efforts to transition to green energy. She hosted a conference on innovation at the heart of the transformation of the territories.
1 June 2016
Shamengo pioneer and a leading figure in the environmental movement in Mexico, Martha Delgado is supporting the construction project of the Shamengo Villa in Bordeaux.
20 April 2016
The American « Zero Waste » movement is expanding to Europe, with Italy and Spain at the forefront. France currently lags behind, but after a year of effort, this anti-waste movement is gaining momentum.