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Belgian sustainable brand Pas N’Importe Quoi launches crowdfunding campaign

The new collection of Pas N’Importe Quoi is in pre-sale via a crowd-funding project sold. With this project, the label wants a recycling system startup, and the brand on the international map.

PNQ SS17 © PNQ

The recycling project P. N. Q. on legs want to convert, would be that customers pieces back and make this reworked into new lifestyle products. The new SS17 collection is in fair working conditions produced in small ateliers in Portugal. This is organic cotton, biolinnen and tencel. The collection consists of basic tops and sweaters, with here and there a print, subtle details and cut-outs.

P. N. Q started from philosophy to fashion a green heart on a fashionable way. With the crowdfunding campaign wants the brand internationally to grow and become more sustainable thanks to the recyclageproject. Who is the campaign supports can choose from several options: a small contribution, which you a postcard in return, to a larger contribution for which you get a piece from the collection will receive. The aim of the campaign is 5000 euro get. If that amount is not met, the funds will be returned and no rewards are handed out.

More info about the collection and the crowdfunding campaign can be found here.

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