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means Circular Fashion in Esperanto. 
An universal language, exactly as Circular Fashion must be. 

Sustainable Fashion & Circular Economy unified
to create a common future of responsibility and prosperity.


Cirkla Modo is an independent consultancy for circular fashion and sustainability projects within the European Union and Brazil, created to foster the shift towards the implementation of related circular economy principles.

Supporting clients on the identification and development of their corporate circular strategies as well as bringing further the circularity of fashion to educational institutions and initiatives, Cirkla Modo aims to contribute to a no-waste, responsible, and prosperous fashion world.

Some of Cirkla Modo's services are:


To explore, develop and implement
tailored circular corporate strategies,
design ideas, business models
and communication support
towards a circular fashion future.


To research and evaluate new materials,
techniques, technologies, processes
and partners in the value-chain
which can be relevant to
your circular fashion project.


To develop workshops, speeches and articles
about the circularity of fashion
and its many façades
for brands, educational institutions
and different media channels.

Curious to know how does #CircularFashion work for you?


we already met on the way...


Alice Beyer Schuch is the founder of Cirkla Modo! A Brazilian living in Germany, and an active professional in the fashion field since 2001 and with international experience from Brazil to China. She started its professional education in Fashion Industrial Manufacturing in Brazil, graduated Bachelor in Fashion Design at the italian Style Design College, and concluded a Master in Sustainability in Fashion in Germany.

As a #CircularFashion Strategist, she works in a vary of projects, supporting different clients in the EU and Brazil on their next steps towards a more responsible and circular fashion future - tailoring corporate strategies, searching for alternative materials and processes, building value-chain connections, applying circular design strategies, thinking on new business models, supporting communication and education, or creating collaborations and partnerships for the circularity of fashion.