Lately we have been sending all posts in English because we haven't had time to duplicate the work. Now that the always somewhat crazy summer season has ended, we want to take the opportunity to update the blog in Spanish.
But before diving in, we take the opportunity to remember that, as a sustainable fashion brand, we do not present collections per season but rather we have a single collection, which grows in designs created with the utmost ethics and responsibility.
That said, we have added a couple of elements that have been key this summer and that we think you will love. They are designed to last you a long time, to wear over and over again, to dress up and down, to be versatile, to be comfortable, and to basically be your absolute favorites for years to come.
We have had the great opportunity to see exactly what the effect of our daily behavior is on the environment, and what it can become if we change our habits.
There is something mysterious about organic dyes, something very magical that goes far beyond color and becomes addictive when you try it firsthand. There is movement, there is life.
Perhaps it is the infinite variations that make this technique take you on an almost psychotropic journey. It may be that you never reach the same thing, not even if you try, not even if you follow exactly the same steps.
Eco linen, Econyl, Tencel Modal and Voile give shape to a line created from the need to order and give meaning to the uncertainty that was suffocating me from the chaos in which I had immersed myself.
Monochrome acts as a springboard between what is already the past and a future where we centralize operations in Bali and open the doors to the Asian public.
Recently, a customer has pointed out and accused me about the fabric we use for the yoga clothing collection and the price of the garments. I want to take this opportunity to present here the reasons why I have chosen to work with this fabric and also to add that I continue to search for 100% sustainable alternatives.
Our goal is to create a business model that is restorative and regenerative, striving to incorporate as many circular materials as possible into our collections.
We have reached the end of 2020, a year of restrictions in which there has been a lot of frustration and in which we have had to adapt to the circumstances as the script has demanded. A year in which we have all experienced loss; be it freedom, work, loved ones, material losses... and that required us to be assertive and understand that although thinking about the well-being of others, there is a strong sense of self and that when there is too much attachment to our own perspective there is little space to see things as they really are.