We support slow fashion practices and do so across all stages of our operation:
It all starts with sourcing high-quality, sustainable and vegan fabrics. Our eco-conscious range includes: Regen, Tanboocel-Bamboo, Supima Cotton, and Dead Stock.
Low Impact Production
All our items at The NP Studio are made-to-order, in an effort to eliminate our waste and carbon footprint.
We only produce locally, in small scale and with fair wages.
All our products are proudly made in Greece.
Details matter. Most of our products are hand-crafted and made to last for a long time. The inside of a garment is equally important to its outside.
Our collections feature hand-painted brush prints, transforming each piece into a unique wearable canvas.
We love making garments that are functional and universal. Our design philosophy is totally gender-neutral and is equally tailored to apply to every-body. Self-expression is what inspires us and we believe it also guides our community.
WHY IS THIS FABRIC ECO-FRIENDLY?
Tanboocel®-Bamboo fiber is 100% made of bamboo pulp and is known for its strong durability, high stability and tenacity. As a natural cellulose fiber, it is totally biodegradable in soil and the decomposition process doesn't cause any pollution to our planet.
Unlike conventional viscose, Tanboocel®-Bamboo fiber has plenty of natural functions such as breathability, high moisture absorption and quick drying, anti-bacteria, deodorization and bacteriostatic.
It is validated by the Japan Textile Inspection Association that, even after fifty times of washing, bamboo fiber fabric still possesses excellent anti-bacteria and bacteriostatic functions.
According to industry’s tests, garments made from this fiber remain 1-2 degrees lower than that of conventional fibers in warm weather.
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Supima cotton is a superior type of cotton grown in the USA. It represents less than 1% of cotton grown in the world.
What makes Supima unique to other cottons is the extra-long staple fiber that gives the cotton its premium properties: Strength, Softness and Color retention.
Products made with Supima cotton ensure that you are buying a premium product that will last for years to come. With its indulgently soft touch, natural resilency and rich deep color, Supima cotton is a luxury fiber that improves the quality and life of your product.
Additionally to its durability and premium properties, Supima cotton is farmed using state-of-the-art technology and processes.
From GPS navigation used on tractors to plant and harvest the cotton, to satellite technology and soil monitors, Supima farmers ensure they are growing the best quality cotton in the world with as little impact on the environment as possible.
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Most of the dead stock fabrics are usually sold to local markets without knowing what happens afterwards. Many are known to get dumped, landfilled or incinerated.
Our fabric suppliers have initiatives to share their high-quality leftover fabrics in a scalable and profitable way, in order to promote circular economy. And we are more than happy to be a part of this and support them.
85% of textiles end up in a landfill where 95% of them can be recycled.
The clothing and textile industry is the 2nd largest polluter in the world.
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