“NASTI DE PLASTIC”. Because there´s only PlanetA.
The “Nasti de Plastic” collection capsule focuses on a worldwide problem that affects us all: the plastic problem, the use and consumption. Within this design there is the use of our humor and is characterized by our word play. We wanted to highlight even more one of the biggest environmental issues at the moment.
CLEAR AND ABUNDANT ESTHETICS
The massive abuse of plastics is a very important worldwide problem to which we don’t want to give the minimum doubt about, but as we don’t agree with the saying “writing in blood is the only way” we have created a new collection that shares the message of the necessity to have a conscious, full of positive values that belong to the generation, our yearning and friendship.
“Nasti de Plastic” could be translated as a resounding “no” to the indiscriminate and irrational use of plastics, saying “no way, José” forcefully and irreverserval.
It’s a simple and clear design that says a lot about the person wearing it and that will make people read it twice. Transmitting the imperative necessity to give a responsible use, the recycling process of each material and the alternative material available, this is the capsule’s objective and purpose.
ORGANIC COTTON FOR EVERYTHING…
We are still betting on 100% organic cotton certified but this time round we propose darker and grammaged clothes, towards an autumn inspiration. You will be amazed by the quality, the feel and adaptability of these t-shirts. They are so comfortable! Our sweater is a limited edition, combining different colors in a very unique way, nice and warm, fluffy and lined inside. Also 100% organic cotton.
WHICH ONE IS FOR YOU?
“Nasti de plastic” is available for men and women sizes, so as to find the best fit and comfort. You might also appreciate a slight difference in color, shifting from “Dark grey” for men to “Black header” for women.
“NASTI DE PLASTIC” FOR HIM
“NASTI DE PLASTIC” PARA HER
AND DON´T FORGET…
“In just over 50 years the use of plastic in all areas of our lives has increased exponentially and all industries use it to create their products: from the automotive sector to the textile industry, construction and of course, supermarket food packaging. These materials, in many cases, have a very short life, but take hundreds of years to degrade and end up contaminating the environment.” National Geographic