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​we believe that sustainability mustn’t be basic. 

and we believe that streetwear mustn’t be fast. 

so we took those two components and united them.

the result: 22 - streetwear but a bit less harmful for that precious world we live in.

 

but don’t get us wrong: 

we don’t claim that we know it all and we don’t claim that we are the embodiment of sustainability. but what we claim and what we promise is, that we do our best to perfect us and all of our processes to keep our negative impact on the environment as small as possible.

 

if you want to know more about what we do for our world, go to about 22.

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what do we mean with pleasure? 

with this collection we criticize the consumer society. the industry, especially via social media, is creating a construct that leads us to consume. 

we are constantly bombarded with ideals: this is how you have to look like, this is what you need to eat, this is how much money you have to make to be happy. an illusion gets created that once we achieved all those ideals, eventually we reach „the top“.

but there is no such thing as „the top“. it’s an illusion created for us so that we consume the products we think help us to reach the top. this might be the protein shake so we gain muscles faster or that hyped skin care product which promises the perfect skin. 

don’t get us wrong. some of those products might actually work. but that’s not what it is about. it’s about all the wrong reasons why we consume those products. about us only focusing on what we still need to achieve rather than appreciating how far we’ve come. about us feeling empty because we just won’t get closer to „the top“. 

so please remember: 

we‘re not here to create the perfect human. we‘re here to live. 

// sustainability : ​ let’s get this straight: there is no such thing as sustainable fashion. fashion can never be sustainable. as soon as you buy something you don’t necessarily need, you don’t act sustainable any longer. "but I really needed this pair of jeans." really? I don’t think any of us would die due to weather conditions when stopping to buy new clothes at this point. clothes can’t be „new“ and „sustainable“ at the same time. yet the fashion industry is bombarding us with buzzwords such as „ethical“, „green“, „fair“ or „climate neutral“. "well, what about new clothes made from recycled materials?" put aside that this in most cases (not our case though) is just greenwashing, while saying „new“ I’m not including such things as upcycling or recycled garments.  „you cannot mass produce fashion or consume „sustainable“ (greta thunberg in vogue scandinavia).  "so what? we’re not allowed to buy anything new anymore?" let’s be honest: that’s never going to happen. the society we grew up in let us forget how to live by only the essentials. sure there are some exceptions (like that well-known 20-year-old girl I just quoted). "screw that, I’m not gonna live like her ?!!?!" but the rest of us (including myself), with how the world is shaped today, I bet we don’t stay a chance. so what we try to achieve here is to minimalize our footprint as much as we possibly can. we are far from perfect and even more far away from being sustainable. so while others claim to be „eco-friendly“, we claim to be less „eco-harmful“. by perfecting ourselves and all of our processes we want to keep our negative impact on the environment as small as possible. in fact: we only use organic cotton. we make sure that the employees in the factories get paid well and work in safe working conditions. we avoid polluting the world even more by producing new plastic for our use. instead, we rather use recycled plastic or new technologies such as biodegradable materials. we keep the global transport routes as short as possible by choosing our partners by their origin, because we don’t want our products to travel further than our customers ever did in their entire life to assure that we’re not talking bullshit but do as we say, we aim to be as transparent as possible. we want you to know where your t-shirt, hoodie, or jeans came from, what they are made of, and who had their hands on developing the garment. this is why you can find an individual qr-code label in every product. scan this code and you’ll unlock some exclusive content about the product's journey. 

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was our very first collection, launched in december 2021

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