Special Projects

Creativity, Research and Experimentation

This section brings together all the more experimental and creative pilot projects. All these experiences remind us that we can do a lot and that there can be several ways and visions of reaching the same goal.

Exciting and audacious collaborations promote a common and alternative view of reality.

Recovering materials, recycling, new packaging, upcycling, alternative uses, reinterpretations, and new interpretations.

It is never as simple as it seems, but for us, it is worth looking for new ways and giving space to those who combine their sensitivity to the environment, ethics and social with the most creative and artistic vision of reality.

Creativity, Research, Experimentation

This section brings together all the more experimental and creative pilot projects. All these experiences remind us that we can do a lot and that there can be several ways and visions of reaching the same goal.

Exciting and audacious collaborations promote a common and alternative view of reality.

Recovering materials, recycling, new packaging, upcycling, alternative uses, reinterpretations, and new interpretations.

It is never as simple as it seems, but for us, it is worth looking for new ways and giving space to those who combine their sensitivity to the environment, ethics and social with the most creative and artistic vision of reality.

In progress

Closed Circular Economy

With the selection of raw materials of natural origin, we promote a return to fiber starting from the end of the life of the garment.
The design becomes an integral and differentiating part in the construction of the right garment for the realization of a closed cycle: following the principles of eco-design, we aim to reduce fabric waste, and the processing times that involve energy consumption and to facilitate the disassembly phase of the garment.

In progress

Open Circular Economy

Garments that do not conform to circular economy processes are intended for other types of projects, those that can use, or even enhance, the second raw material that is obtained from the recycling of mixed fabrics, not produced in eco-design. These are all projects that involve the use of clothing at the end of life to get something useful.

To this end, we carry out experimental projects that allow us, for example, to create special and alternative packaging for our products and merchandising to complete our offer.