Oversize fitting sweatshirt with extra fabric on the sleeves to give it more volume. Cuffs and neck tight and wide. Embroidery on the cuff of one sleeve. Plastic bottle printed on the front. Garment made in Barcelos (Portugal) with 100% organic Turkish 280 gsm cotton.
The design is illustrated by the French artist Samuel Eckert in which we reflect on how human waste pollutes the ocean.
Paula (model) is 1,73m and wears an S
Shannon(model) is 1,81 and wears an L
Proudly made in Portugal in 100% organic non-GMO cotton, free herbicides, and pesticides. Garment made in fair and dignified working conditions. Vegan.
"Nowhere" is a brand made for people without prejudices who do not believe in superficial differences, we are all the same with our details that make us unique.
They are committed to conscious fashion where each garment is, as it were, a small collector's work that will spend many years with us. "Nowhere" wants to make clothes that they are proud to wear.
SUSTAINABILITY CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD WITHOUT TRANSPARENCY
NWHR seeks to give the consumer the necessary tools so that they can make a conscious and thoughtful purchase.
Hand in hand with the consultancy BCOME, they evaluate the entire supply chain by measuring the impact that each of their garments has on the environment and the savings it entails compared to conventional industry. They are aware that 100% sustainable companies do not exist, however, thanks to this information they can make decisions that bring them closer to their main objective, zero carbon emissions.
The data is public and can be found by scanning the QR code printed on a label located inside each garment.
They are proud of their suppliers and that is why they communicate who they are and where they are located, as well as the origin of their garments, from raw materials to clothing. In this way they can control each of the agents that are part of the value chain.
For this first campaign, they have decided to manufacture all their garments in 100% organic cotton.
The cotton used is a GMO-free natural fiber that stands out for its lower water consumption than conventional cotton. In its cultivation, no chemicals such as fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides are used, which are very harmful to farmers, and pollute both the soil and groundwater. This, added to the fact that organic agriculture respects the cycles of the earth, helps to maintain the natural balance, thus preserving its use for future generations.
One of the great advantages of its fabrics is that it does not violate human rights or the working conditions of the people involved in its cultivation. Through the analysis of the traceability of their product, they ensure that workers receive fair compensation for their work.
In addition, this type of cultivation favors small farmers over large cotton estates, thus promoting a more sustainable economy.
ITS EMPLOYEES ARE LOCATED 250KM FROM THEIR OFFICES IN A CORUÑA, SPAIN.
NWHR is like a community made up of all the people who participate, directly or indirectly, in the development of their activity.
They have the responsibility to select suppliers who guarantee fair and dignified working conditions carried out in safe environments. To do this, in a world dominated by large corporations, they work with local companies with the aim of promoting the local economy and reducing emissions derived from transport as much as possible.
When selecting a factory where to produce the garments, they look at three fundamental pillars:
people, the environment and the quality of the garments.
After a long search, they have chosen a factory in northern Portugal, GBTX, whose philosophy is consistent with its values and is located just 100km from its warehouses.
Water is your most valuable resource. They reduced their consumption in the crop by selecting a cotton with an average water consumption 64% lower than the conventional one, but not everything ends there.
In the manufacture of the garments, more specifically in their dyeing, they use water and a series of dyes that, even though they are responsible, generate waste that must be treated. For this reason, the factory has a treatment plant that prevents contaminated water from being thrown directly into the environment and treats it so that it can be used again, thus creating a closed cycle of consumption. This process saves energy and time thanks to the use of heat from the discharge water to heat the incoming water.
Human rights atrocities have been committed in this industry, NWHR is not going to help this continues to happen. Thanks to the SMETA certificate available to their factory, they guarantee that workers carry out their activity in a safe environment and in exchange for fair compensation.