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Infinite Nature

The new collection Infinite Nature is about the connection between Mother Earth and the individual about nature conservancy.

INFINITE NATURE was designed for new beginnings. Our most sustainable collection ever, the Infinite Nature collection, is designed to support you as you take steps to better yourself and the plant.

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The painting "Laughing Mushroom"

"The mushrooms that allow us to exist, live on earth are eternal and contribute to the cycle of life.  The romantic current inspired me in 19th-century art, which talks about the forces of nature versus the futility of human existence, man versus infinite nature. In my painting, I focus on the one person who can change a lot for the benefit of nature and the environment; this is a discourse of reciprocity  Existence, which binds us all together with nature in an optimistic way" -  Lior Schwartzman

Hemp

Hemp is a miracle plant for many reasons, it is the most sustainable fiber on the planet and with such a wealth of benefits, this ancient fiber is surely the future of fashion.

Hemp is a miracle plant for many reasons, it is the most sustainable fiber on the planet and with such a wealth of benefits, this ancient fiber is surely the future of fashion.

 

It is a luxurious textile that can be woven to be soft and fine or thick and durable.

 

It is one of the strongest, natural fibers and its antibacterial properties, as well as its resistance to UV rays.

 

The thing with hemp is it doesn’t need any use of pesticides herbicides insecticides fungicides all these things are very damaging for humans and the planet.  this fabric is right against your skin the fact that it’s naturally antibacterial is a great plus. the important point hemp uses far less water and energy to be grown

Recycled Polyester

gives a second life to a non-biodegradable material that would otherwise end up in landfills or the ocean...

​​new life to plastic waste and reduce the consumption of virgin raw material by means of a process that consumes less water, less energy, and creates less waste

By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish! The new collection 


Recycled polyester - (PET), gives a second life to a non-biodegradable material that would otherwise end up in landfills or the ocean. 

According to the NGO Ocean Conservancy, 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean every year, on top of the estimated 150 million metric tons that currently circulate in marine environments. 

Taking plastic waste and turning it into useful material is very important for humans and our environment. 

 

My concern with many of these materials is the associated microfiber or microplastic pollution and the fact that many of these materials do not biodegrade harmlessly. 

PET is just as good as virgin polyester but takes fewer resources to make - Recycled polyester is almost/