The two labels forging a partnership and pushing forward the boundaries of sustainable avant-garde design. Re-modeling two of pinqponq’s hero designs the Tetrik and Blok, both labels wanted to create accessories that draw attention to the acute detail that goes into the manufacturing process of each unique style. Whilst industrial manufacturing and handmade design may, at first sight, be a contradiction, the brands wanted to highlight how the two can come together, giving the audience insight into the craftsmanship, hand-made finishing, and sustainable fabrication. A big part of Schepers Bosman’s creative process involves producing garments with seams and patchwork on display, elements that are normally hidden in more traditional garment making. Piecing together mismatched fabrics is also another signature of Schepers Bosman, using old fabrics to create new. A sustainable approach makes the duo a perfect fit for pinqponq. All products are made from fabric leftovers from pinqponq’s production side and are made from 100% recycled PET bottles.

Available in limited quantities, the collection will be available at selected retailers and on from September 6th 2019.

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