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Hadir Trousers in Menorca’s clear waters
RESFEBER - FW8-19 is now available at the online store
If you are in Lagos, then you have to go to LOJA and check the collection!
The Swedish word for the crazy speed of a traveler's heart before the journey begins. The fear and excitement that precedes a trip in a single term.
In a world that is always changing and evolving, there are new feelings and so the vocabulary is changing and now we have new words.They often have no translation in other languages, but some are universal and communicate in a few syllables a sensation that we are not always able to describe, since the emotion is more intense and diverse than a language can express.
It is not only the traveler who experiences this need to express feelings, nevertheless we have focused on the nomads of modern times, since today the global connection is so important and evident. In this globalized urban culture, influences from around the world are shared and blended faster than ever.
The modern nomad can not stay in one place, he wants to explore the world and he knows that he belongs to it and not just to one nationality. He connects to cultures and drinks from them all, drawing inspiration from landscapes, people and their lives.
Moreover, in this increasingly computerized and pragmatic world the desire to trust our instincts grows. This leads to long-term thinking, trying to develop sustainable resources and seek solutions in nature, as well as accepting imperfections.
In this collection we used only sustainable fabrics. Almost 100% of the collection is vegan and is PETA APPROVED, made of organic cotton with GOTS certificate, whether it is on canvas, felt, chambray or velvets.
The non vegan pieces are the comfy and super soft sweaters, hand knitted and made with sustainable yarns of the highest quality, carefully produced by special people that love the planet and the animals as much as we do.
Colors are green, bordeaux, orange and blue in a dark shade contrasting with the calm and light ecru.
Climate change is real. We've been talking about global warming for years and although some measures have been taken, it’s not enough. Our daily actions can bring dramatic changes that are already occurring throughout the World.
One of the causes for this reality is the well-known greenhouse effect. Even natural gas turned out a wrong alternative, which will destroy our planet. Intensive deforestation limits exponentially the absorption of carbon dioxide and oxygen release; and the creation of cattle is as harmful by the gases released as by the excessive agricultural production.
What will our future be like?
Scientists predict that several cataclysms will happen at the same time.
The heat waves are a consequence that we can already identify and are the cause of many health problems. Due to hot temperatures, forest fires will be greater and uncontrollable. There’ll be severe drought, large floods, and coastal displacement; factors that will destroy cities and agriculture fields.
Consequently, there’ll be food shortages and poverty. Diseases will propagate more easily, homes shall be destroyed, food security will reduce and there’ll be more lives at risk. We’ll have a gigantic migration and the competition for resources will increase to a global conflict. Biodiversity will be reduced, and the ecosystem will collapse.
We speak of the future, but let us not delude ourselves, these consequences are already perceptible and the most catastrophic aren’t centuries away.
These words expose briefly the state of our environment, however, each of these topics can be intensively explored.
AFTER focuses on a world after the changes that our planet is and will suffer. Imagine a future, post Anthropocene, but not too distant and not very fictional. The changes we have stubbornly ignored have already happened; they’re real and we didn’t control them. The world collapsed, and the prediction came true. We’re after a few years of recovery, when the earth is but deserts of sandy land and tepid oceans where once there were rich cities. The human species has been able to resist, but there isn’t much more life remaining on our planet of extremes.
What will it be like to live there?
If we knew that one day the planet would really resent our ill-treatment, would we change our behavior?
We hope to draw attention to the problem of climate change and all its consequences and its causes. Change of mindset and attitude is priority, and keywords.
Let’us work for a sane world, which will persist with its beauty for many millennia.