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Discover the Sustainable Dyes...

Think of a new natural dyeing system based on organic waste and without the use of chemical products.

Using organic materials such as onion skin, walnut, used coffee, rubia, wood scraps and seeds, and transforming them into natural dyes for textiles of various colors,

 

It is an innovative process that significantly reduces the environmental impact and reflects the growing trend of combining fashion and sustainability.

Please discover our garment proposals and some more curiosities about this process.

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Due to the great coffee culture in Portugal, the grinded coffee beans are gather after used in several local coffee shops, giving a new life to that waste.

...in a Tee

Coffee

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Sustainability

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Circular Economy

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No Harmful Chemicals

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Uniqueness

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Rubia

Rubia is a plant from the mediterranean and temperate regions of soutwestern europe.
The roots have been used for dyeing since ancient Egipt, 2500 B.C.
Is a source of red dyes known as rose madder and turkey red.

...in a Long Sleeve Tee

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Mulberry

Mulberry is a flowering plant that can grow wild or under cultivation in many temperate world regions.
The plant has three main species named for the fruit color (white, red & black). The Mulberry leaves extract results in this beautiful teal green.

...in a Sweatshirt

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Urucum

Urucum is a fruit from the tree Urucueiro, native from tropical America. It's traditionally used by Brazilian and Peruvian indians as a source of raw material for red tinctures used to protect the skin from the sun and insect bites.

...in a Shirt

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Onion

Portuguese northwest onion producers remove the skin from the bulb that would otherwise go to waste, and it can be use to make this sustainable old rose tint.

...in a Bermuda

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Walnut

Walnut is a species distributed in a territory that goes from Europe to southwest Asia. This species is cultivated and distinguished by the fruit produces and by its large quantity of wood.

...in a Joggpant

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