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Italian skincare brand Comfort Zone partnered with TOBEFRANK (TBF), a positive fashion brand, at London Fashion Week (LFW) 2020.

TBF creates sustainable, 'planet-friendly' clothing within an IRT - Innovation, Resposibility, Transparency - framework. Its fabrics, including jersey, denim, leather and woven, are developed from creatively-sourced sustainable materials, such as recycled fibres, vegetable dyed cotton, vegetable leather, zero water technology washing and compressed apple juice waste.

At this year's LFW, the brand showcased new designs in partnership with veteran designer Amy Molyneaux, who wanted to combine her signature designs with TBF innovation, creating a 'totally transparent production-to-runway' collection.

Aiming to combine sustainable clothing with sustainable skincare, the collaboration saw Comfort Zone supply its Tranquility and Wellness Voyage kits for the audience gift bags.

Containing the Tranquility Shower Cream, the Tranquility Body Lotion and Tranquility Cream, the Tranquility Kit is formulated with a host of esstential oils - including amaranth, cedarwood, rose, sandalwood, geranium and vetiver - to leave users calm, relaxed andwith velvety soft skin.

Similar to the Tranquility kit, the Wellness Voyage kit features the Tranquility Shower Cream, the Tranquility Body Lotion and the Hydramemory Cream. It is designed to provide an 'immediate sensation of mind-body' relaxation for 'globetrotters' and those with busy lifestyles.

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Company Details
Comfort Zone
Conceived in 1996 by Dr Davide Bollati, founder of the Davines Group, a leading Italian certified B Corporation developing and manufacturing sustainable skin and hair care, Comfort Zone offers result-oriented face and body products and professional treatments.
Address
Via Don Angelo Calzolari 55/A
43126 Parma Italy

UK Office:
14 Gray’s Inn Road, London
WC1X 8HN United Kingdom
T. +44 20 3301 0496
Italian skincare brand Comfort Zone partnered with TOBEFRANK (TBF), a positive fashion brand, at London Fashion Week (LFW) 2020.
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