By  on November 9, 2017

BERLIN — Spanish eco-fashion brand Ecoalf opened its first flagship outside of Spain as part of a long-term global expansion strategy.

The 2,842-square-foot space on Alte Schönhauser Straße in Berlin’s urbanwear and denim epicenter around Hackescher Markt was inaugurated by the company’s founder and president Javier Goyeneche on Nov. 8. The store features the women’s and men’s wear collections, accessories and shoes, as well as books and design objects made from 80 recycled fabrics. A “Kyoto” men’s wear jacket trading at $450, for example, is made from 52 recycled plastic bottles.

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