Collection made with fabrics sourced from the CLASS eco-library.
We like to make clothes moved by beauty.
Harmonies and disharmonies or unusualness and defects often make us come up with aesthetically pleasant garments. We design timeless clothes, that last for years not for seasons, and become life-long valuable pieces, that adopt their own story with years.
CUS is a project by Adriana Zalacain who currently lives and works in Barcelona.
Our production process is enviromentally and socially friendly all round. We believe that our clients do care about the provenance of the products they buy, and by knowing about all its production process and fabrics, they create an important connection to it. There is a way of producing clothes where design and high quality local-made production, go side by side with strong sustainable values.
We exclusively source environmentally friendly fabrics. Throughout our collections we use organic, recycled and innovative eco-friendly materials. Local production We care about the social circumstances of the people who make our garments. All our collections are produced locally with high quality workmanship, achieving excellent finishes and details. Our values go hand in hand with high quality local-made production.
CLASS fabrics utilized
Hemp, organic cotton, organic wool, organic voile, bamboo, recycled denim and cotton, Newlife™ by Saluzzo Yarns (Gruppo Cinque fabrics) and fabrics from Maeko – Eromaglia and Tessile Naturale
BHUNO – Barcelona, https://www.facebook.com/pages IVORI – Barcelona, www.ivoribarcelona.com HUMUS – Barcelona, www.humusbarcelona.com MEL I COTÓ – Blanes, https://www.facebook.com/pages BUFAU – Solsona, www.bufau-mccv.tumblr.com
FINA SERRA – Tona SUITE 13 – Palma de Mallorca (Mallorca), www.suite13.es LOLA MARTÍ – Berga, www.lolamartiberga.com SERIE B – Bilbao, www.serib.biz DBEAUMONT – Pamplona EL CAMERINO DE KOKO – Zaragoza, www.elcamerinodekoko.com
MADE&MORE – Liège (Belgium), www.madeandmore.com Gather&See – England Jannissima Concept Store – Eindhoven (The Netherlands), www.jannissima.com