We could never have predicted that a chance meeting at Bluezone during Munich Fabric Start would spark an idea that finally became the glue that holds our Sustainable Denim Wardrobe “Simple Pleasures” collection together.
Previous SDW collections had focused on promoting some technical and/or aesthetic story related to the fiber, fabric or finish. This time, emboldened by the pandemic experience, we wanted to include a new dimension, which finally morphed into an emotional element running through the collection.
In order to communicate the theme of this collection, we wanted to create a print, the design of which reminded us of the bright side of everyday life. Fashion designer Betina Grosser created the colorful print based on personal responses from about 50 individuals about what brings them joy. For a sustainable touch, the print was brought to life through technology supplied by Dutch digital printer House of U.
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