charity auction
with a big mission


«Recycle your Life» collection sold for

5.383 €

All proceeds were send directly to the charity funds.

The problem of global marine pollution

12 million
tons of plastic
waste end up in the oceans every year
0.5 million tons
enter the water in the form of microfibers from synthetic clothing
0.95 million tons
enter the water in the form of microplastics: car dust, toxic paint and production waste
1.75 million tons
from shipping and fishing
8.8 million tons
of household items: plastic dishes, packaging, bags and much more

Auction lots

The auction will take place 03 October, but you can choose the clothes now.

All physical clothing lots are completely unique.

All digital clothing lots are available in the amount of 20 NFT.

40 days
16 hours
60 minutes
Right now you can view the Lots, register and we will remind you about the auction the day before the start.

Upcycling collection

100 €
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NFT collection

20 items
20 items
0.03 eth
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Bonus for winners: become an Upcycling designer with Olska

The winners can spend the whole day at the Ecoolska brand production and, together with designer Olska, create the next upcycling collection, which will also be sold at a charity auction in spring 2022.

“Recycle your Life” upcycling collection

The capsule collection was created by hand by designer Olska for charity. The collection was created from old second-hand clothes: from second hand stores, the Second Wind clothing recycling fund, and discount stores.

A second life for clothing
Unique items for their owner to enjoy
Less natural resources used
Reduced waste
Collection made by a designer who put her heart and soul into the work
Local production (no transport footprint)
Reduced waste
Collection made by a designer who put her heart and soul into the work
Local production (no transport footprint)

What is upcycling and how will it help you take care of the planet?

The fashion industry is responsible for 92 million tons of waste annually. To solve this problem, a new sustainable fashion paradigm has emerged–upcycling.

Upcycling means reimagining and reusing used items.

A creative approach is taken to upcycling – reworking (instead of throwing away) an item whilst preserving part of its original form. As a result, the item that has been upcycled gets a whole new life.

This is a new kind of contemporary art that combines history and creativity. It is a commitment to conscious consumption and waste reduction.

With our upcycling collection, we want to show how you can be fashionable without harming the environment.

0 meters of new fabric and 0 natural resources were used to make the items. All the raw materials – used clothes – had already been created, and we just transformed the design.

This is the 3R concept: Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

We put our heart and soul into the collection, accompanied by the melodious songs of Freddie Mercury during the three-day-three-night creative process.
The collection aims to draw public attention to the problem of the fashion industry and environmental pollution.
You can read more about the collection on our website

All clothing items are completely unique

The entire collection was created purely for charitable purposes under an annual campaign to help clean up the ocean from plastic and support social inclusion programs.

Our collection is vibrant, extravagant and daring, like a huge shimmering arrow pointing to a massive problem.

You can read more about the collection on our website

Famous bloggers
supported our collection


Where will the proceeds go?

All proceeds will go to support organizations that tackle plastic pollution and promote inclusiveness.

The winners will have the opportunity to meet each other and the teams from Ecoolska and Zhuravlik.

of the proceeds will be donated to clean up ocean plastic

If you want to support the environment

Then when buying a lot you can send the money directly to an international charitable foundation – an engineering organization that has developed a technology to extract plastic waste from the oceans.

The large-scale extraction of plastic from the ocean is being carried out using innovative methods. All ocean plastic is recycled. The slogan of the organization is: Catch the plastic, rinse, recycle and repeat - until the oceans are clean.

We will help you transfer your money to the foundation when buying a lot.

of the proceeds will be donated to Zhuravlik

If you want to promote inclusiveness

Zhuravlik is a team of experts in the field of child and adolescent psychology, inclusion and behavioral therapy.

The experts develop and implement social programs aimed at inclusive education, the prevention of bullying and creation of a safe environment for children, both in the family and outside it.


Bullying NET is an anti-bullying program for schools aimed at preventing bullying in children and teenagers.

Inclusive Capsule is a program to facilitate the inclusion of children with special academic needs in public schools.

«We are Against Violence is a program to help children who have suffered from violence in orphanages.

Zhuravlik's values ​​are very much in line with those of Ecoolska, so we want to support the organization. And we hope we can count on your help!

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western garbage patch great pacific garbage patch

Great pacific
garbage patch

The largest garbage patch is located between California and Hawaii. This is an entire island that consists only of garbage.
1.8 trillion
plastic in the eastern garbage patch
80,000 tons
of plastic are comparable to 500 jet aircraft
2 million tons
of plastic are added to the garbage patch every year
50 %
of the entire volume of oceanic plastic in the eastern garbage patch

The most common
garbage in the ocean

3% straws for drinks (decomposes ~ 200 years)
5% plastic appliances (decomposes ~ 450 years)
6% lids (decomposes ~ 300 years)
6% fishing nets (decomposes ~ 50 years)
7% plastic bags (decomposes ~ 20 years)
7% packaging (decomposes ~ 450 years)
7% plastic bottles (decomposes ~ 450 years)
27% cigarette butts (decomposes ~ 5-15 years)

How the fashion industry
affects ocean pollution

20% of the total pollution in the oceans is from the fashion industry.

10% of all greenhouse gases are from the fashion industry.

35% of microplastics in the ocean are from synthetic fabrics

BBC film on the pollution of the planet from the fashion industry

1 %
of clothes are recycled
99 %
are simply thrown away

The production and dyeing of fabrics lead to the release of pesticides and chemicals into the water, as well as a billion tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year.

Synthetic fibers (polyester, nylon, acrylic) are made from plastic. Fast fashion clothing contains more than 60% of this type of fiber.

Thousands of microplastics come loose from such items during washing and then enter the water supply.

138 000
microparticles of plastic are released per wash of polyester and cotton clothes
730 000
microparticles of plastic are released per wash of acrylic clothes

Linear and circular
patterns in fashion

Linear model

Every year, we produce 150 billion new garments.

This is accompanied by chemical emissions and the poisoning of soil, air and water.

We take the resources we need from nature and give back polluting waste.

a couple of times
Thrown out and
replaced with a new item
Focus on profit
Our choice
Circular model

In this model, we take the minimum of resources from nature and use them as many times as possible.

The old is recycled into the new, and so on.

Old clothes handed over for reworking
Focus on people and nature

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