Nowadays, brands are making lengthy strides to champion sustainability in an effort to help preserve Mother Earth, the latest being JSP and CRTFD/a> who have united to produce a brand new apparel range made from sustainable hemp cloth. In recent memory, JSP — clothing imprint headed up by Jimmy Gorecki — connected with ICE CREAM for a collaborative clothing collection.
For this project, Gorecki, designer Najeeb and CRTFD team up on delivering a four-piece set of cozy garments. Each is designed with 55% hemp, a fabric that ages well and requires a significantly less amount of water to produce. The hacky sack material is weaved into the dark navy and white pinstriped capsule which features a hooded sweatshirt, crewneck sweater, sweatpants and sweatshorts. For the tops, the neck lines and the cuffs lack any patterns, but instead opt for a sold navy shade. Bottom pieces are constructed with elastic waist bands, and come prepped with drawstrings swathed with a natural white complexion.
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