A firm that arrives from Brazil to demonstrate that philosophy or slow fashion sustainable fashion has much to say and it's unstoppable!
Under the philosophy "we wear what we believe" (which could be translated as: we wear what we believe) Brazilian Brazilian firm know Pipe Content House, faithfully follows the precepts of moda sustainable. This is not a sponsored post, but knowing the brand I wanted to share with you all. Me Like this sustainable slope and especially to suit the urban spirit both - that often when we think we ECO comes to mind elements very "hippies" - and here we see that it can be environmentally friendly and fully present.
Pipe Content House was born from the hand of Bruno Gomes as a project to change the world through brand expeditions around the world. Estos travel make up the World Tour Pipe project, which it has a double mission. Por un lado, They serve as inspiration for new collections and, on the other hand, They have become solidarity trips. In them the firm develops various social projects in collaboration with NGOs and volunteers.
garments, that combine aesthetics, quality and sustainability, They are artisan both as regards the manufacturing process as fabrics used. All their products are made in small workshops, thus supporting producers in small communities in Brazil and Guatemala. Asimismo, Pipe Content House is characterized by using natural fabrics, organic or recycled. Examples are sustainable fibers used in some of their shirts composed of blended natural cotton fabric made from recycled PET bottles.
Among his garments it should also mention accessories. It is handicrafts handmade 100% vegan. The bags, por su parte, They are manufactured from Mayan looms (huipiles) recycled, giving them a second life.
What is slow fashion? Como define la propia marca: “Despite the frantic pace that society is undergoing currently a trend is emerging strongly: slow fashion philosophy or sustainable fashion. such movement, sensitized to the protection of the environment and animal rights, has increasingly supporters. Fashion no longer serves only aesthetic but also ethical”.