change

Sustainability or greenwashing?

Sustainability as we know it today, is a bubble, an old-school marketing operation better defined by the name greenwashing.
The same marketers made us believe in the existence of 100% organic food products. The world is an open-air landfill, but we believe it is unspoiled. Or at least we can isolate lands, preventing any contamination. Trust in it!

It’s as though we suddenly all woke up in a sustainable world, with green labels flourishing everywhere. But some questions are jumping into our heads.
Is the use of a few eco-friendly materials enough to define a brand sustainable?
Can fast-fashion brands call themselves sustainable?
And all the luxury brands that continue to produce enormous quantities of products?
Can they be sustainable? Really?

Contradictions are strong.
We need a radical change, not fake messages.

Knowledge vs an obsolete system

Knowledge is power. Being informed – educating ourselves – is fundamental in order to make conscious choices.
We love fashion, but we know there are many things to fix in the field. Since we have been part of the industry for so long, we are fed up with representing patterns that are no longer viable, representing an obsolete system.
When you are fed up with what you see, you have two options: you can sit and look at the show, or you take action. Decide to make a change.
We’ve opted for the latter. Change for the better is what we aim for.
Connecting with people who share the same vision is part of the journey.
Change for the better. We do it together.

Life is about change

Someone told us: “you’ve changed.” We were a bit surprised about that feedback since the tone of voice was like, changing is something wrong.
So, we wonder, is it possible to stay the same? always that identical you? Does this possibility exist for real?
Life itself is a journey, a process. And when you go through a process, you change. Not to mention what it means to go through a pandemic.
So yes, we’ve changed and we will keep on changing, growing, evolving. That’s life!
And we see other people feel the same, so we are here to connect with them. With you. Because, you know, life is about change.