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What if we were all committed to doing as nature does? What would look like?
In the instance of Pangaia, it looks like a collection of comfort clothes.
The kind of things you just want to live in, the ones you appreciate wrapping your own skin in, the ones that bring your body comfort in their touch.
The ones that in subtle graphics read curiosity-provoking-truths like -
How is that even possible? That a T-shirt is made from seaweed? How on EARTH is that even possible?
Science - science makes this possible. Science makes it possible for a beautifully designed, cut and styled collection of t-shirts, hoodies, track pants, dresses, all to be made of seaweed.
Science is how biobased and plant fibers, technical fabrics, recycled materials, animal fibers, environmentally friendly botanical dyes and treatments come together, in a considerate comfort lifestyle line, that fully -
- consider (s) the delicate balance between sustainability, functionality and purpose. -
Science + a thoughtful brand and company [Pangaia] + a circular human approach to using the Earth’s resources, kindly, find alternatives, for instance, to PVC (pvc=not good for the earth) in GRAPES, and the remnants of the skins left over after the Italian winemaking industry makes love to them. Pangaia then takes that grape waste to produce sneakers - statement sneakers - sneakers that speak their own statement of truth -
- THIS SNEAKER IS MADE FROM GRAPE LEATHER
AND THE SOLE IS MADE FROM RECYCLED RUBBER.
IT IS CIRCULAR IN PRODUCTION AND DESIGN. -
Pangaia [all inclusive/united + Mother Earth] + science + commitment bring us down alternative fills made from wild flowers. Then they stuff our beanies, jackets, scarves, and slippers with those alternative wildflowers, wrap them in recycled nylon and style them into perfection until they’ll keep us warm, in body and spirit.
Our current dreams include: swimming through seaweed in the ocean, stepping out to breath and dry and warming ourselves in layers of seaweed based hoodies and track pants, recycled cashmere beanies, and wrapping our chilled bodies in a scarves and slippers whose fill comes from wildflowers to sip a glass of wine and think about this whole circular human interaction construct - of considering nature, and our resources in all that we do.
And then we’ll trade wildflower filled slippers, for sneakers made from those same grapes, the sneakers whose soles|souls have lived lives before this, and we’ll walk off to find our new way, down a more considerate path. Thank you Pangaia-for prompting our curiosity, for measuring your impact, and for making one - on the Earth, and on us humans- in the first place.
Check them out! - https://thepangaia.com/