Some of the winners were:

Knitbrary (Spain). This brand is characterised by the craftsmanship of its clothing, using the best natural fibres from The Andes, and combining designs and technical specifications with the experience of craftsmen, knowledgeable in these qualities. Click here and go to website.

DeMamiel (UK). A British leading company in cosmetics, based in the principles of Chinese medicine, acupuncture and aromatherapy; and committed to making the least damage to the environment from the use of products. Click here and go to website.

The winners and jury members of the 2015 edition.

Masphi Lodge (Ecuador). This Lodge, located in the Ecuadorian jungle, supports the surrounding communities by offering them work, education and collaboration. Click here and go to website.

Some of the honourees were:

Tiffany & Co (USA). It is a leading jewellery company engaged in both social and environmental protection. It was the first company to embrace the objectives of the “No Dirty Gold” campaign, consisting in extracting no gold from mines which fail to comply with social and environmental standards. Its coral protection project is well known all over the world. Click here and go to website.

Carmen Rion (México). She is well-known for her work in the Mexican indigenous communities for taking textile crafts to the modern world. Her work has been acknowledged in fashion capitals of the world such as, Paris and London. Click here and go to website.