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Half recycled.

Half organic.

Fully cute and comfy.

Don't Sweat It

We made our Sweatsuits with the highest quality, softest and most sustainable fabric we could find. We sweat the small stuff so you don’t have to.

recycled cotton

In the US alone, 15 million tons of textile waste enter landfills annually, including perfectly good fabric scraps from cutting room floors. Thanks to a technology called Texloop™, we can now turn some of that waste into yarn for new products.

organic cotton

Organic cotton gives our Sweatsuits a more substantial and luxurious feel. Organic cotton still uses water and land to grow, but it restricts the use of chemicals, pesticides and insecticides. Phew, that stuff’s gross anyway.

biodegradable

We strive for full circularity for our products, but we haven’t found a good option for recycling cotton. Until we find a solution (trust us, we’re looking), we make sure our sweats are completely biodegradable and last you a long, long time.

5 colors. 4 styles.

So many ways to wear.

Jessie wears a L Top, L bottom

Arame wears a M top, L bottom

Ryan wears a XL top, XL bottom

Alex wears a S top, S bottom

Classic Sweatshirt

A true classic with a vintage fit and feel. Thank goodness sweats are now fully acceptable as real clothes.

 

Ryan is wearing Classic Sweatshirt in Forest (XL) and Float Bike Shorts in Fern (XL)

Cropped Sweatshirt

High-waist bottoms, meet the Cropped Sweatshirt. We’ll let you two take it from here.

 

Arame is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Pistachio (M) and Classic Jogger in Pistachio (L)

Classic Hoodie

So cozy, so cute, so sustainable. Yeah, you might not want to let your friends “borrow” this.

Alex is wearing Classic Hoodie in Ecru (XL) and FLOAT Bike Shorts in Fig (S)

Classic Jogger

Oversized or true to size, scrunched up or rolled down. You wear the pants in this relationship.

Jessie is wearing Paloma Bra in Moss (L), Classic Sweatshirt in Mauve (L), Classic Jogger in Mauve (L)

Sweat Style

Arame is wearing Classic Hoodie in Canyon (M) and Classic Jogger in Canyon (L)

Arame is wearing Bike Unitard in Moss (M), Track Pant in Moss (L), and Classic Sweatshirt in Forest (M)

Alex is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Canyon (S), FLOAT Leggings 23 3'4" Inseam in Fern (S), and Please Recycle Quarter Crew Socks in Mocha (OS)

Alex is wearing Classic Hoodie in Canyon (S), Classic Joggers in Mauve (S), and Please Recycle Socks Quarter Crew in Mocha (OS)

Jessie is wear Cropped Sweatshirt in Ecru (L) and Classic Jogger in Ecru (L)

Jessie is wearing Hummingbird Half-Zip in Black (L), and Classic Jogger in Ecru (L)

Ryan is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Mauve (XL), Classic Jogger in Mauve (XL), and Please Recycle Quarter Crew Socks in Mocha (OS)

Ryan is wearing Paloma Bra in Ivory (XL) and Classic Jogger in Forest (XL)

Compared to conventional cotton, our Sweatsuit fabric saves roughly 225 gallons of water per pound of fabric produced. Just think — those savings are equivalent to the amount of water a person drinks for over a year.

Find Your Comfort Zone

We photographed each of our campaign muses in their element, doing what they love, with the people and projects they love. Their work, passions and backgrounds vary, showing us that often our “comfort zones” look a little different to everyone.

Black Roses Run Club

 

@blackrosesnyc

blackrosesnyc.com

BLACK ROSES NYC is a creative collective based on the pursuit of personal excellence via group training at the intersection of endurance sports and street culture.

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Diane Chang

 

Cook & Writer

@eatingpopos

eatingpopos.com

Diane Chang is a cook and writer from Los Angeles, now living in between NYC and Mexico. Her ongoing food project and business, Po-Po's (which means “grandma” in Chinese), is centered around her family's Taiwanese and Sichuanese traditions and grandmother's wellness philosophies.

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Helena Barquet & Fabiana Faria

 

Owners of Coming Soon

@comingsoonny

comingsoonnewyork.com

Helena and Fabiana founded Coming Soon, a furniture design and gift shop founded in 2013 right at the intersection of New York’s Lower East Side and Chinatown. Here they curate, create and sell beautifully designed things for the home. They take a collaborative approach to their store, which allows them to source, fine-tune and experiment in ways traditional retail stores cannot.

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Jessica Gonsalves & Procell Team

 

Co-owner & Co-founder of Procell Vintage

@procell

procell.nyc

Procell is a destination boutique in the Bowery neighborhood of downtown Manhattan that carries a unique mix of vintage streetwear, sportswear and designer ready-to-wear. For over a decade, its founders, Brian Procell and Jessica Gonsalves, have professionally sourced vintage reference and inspiration for many of the industry’s top fashion designers and brands.

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Kai Avent de-Leon

 

Founder of Sincerely, Tommy

@kaiaventdeleon

sincerelytommy.com

Kai is the founder multiple Bed-Stuy businesses, including Sincerely, Tommy, When I look at bed sty, I see what generational wealth looks like within the black community. And that's something that's so extremely important for us. It's something that we don't see often. So to be able to kind of contribute to that narrative is something that has always been really important to me.

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Half recycled.

Half organic.

Fully cute and comfy. 

Don't Sweat It

We made our Sweatsuits with the highest quality, softest and most sustainable fabric we could find. We sweat the small stuff so you don’t have to.

recycled cotton

In the US alone, 15 million tons of textile waste enter landfills annually, including perfectly good fabric scraps from cutting room floors. Thanks to a technology called Texloop™, we can now turn some of that waste into yarn for new products.

organic cotton

Organic cotton gives our Sweatsuits a more substantial and luxurious feel. Organic cotton still uses water and land to grow, but it restricts the use of chemicals, pesticides and insecticides. Phew, that stuff’s gross anyway.

biodegradable

We strive for full circularity for our products, but we haven’t found a good option for recycling cotton. Until we find a solution (trust us, we’re looking), we make sure our sweats are completely biodegradable and last you a long, long time.

5 colors. 4 styles.

So many ways to wear.

Jessie wears a L Top, L bottom

Arame wears a M top, L bottom

Ryan wears a XL top, XL bottom

Alex wears a S top, S bottom

Classic Sweatshirt

A true classic with a vintage fit and feel. Thank goodness sweats are now fully acceptable as real clothes.

Ryan is wearing Classic Sweatshirt in Forest (XL) and Float Bike Shorts in Fern (XL)

Cropped Sweatshirt

High-waist bottoms, meet the Cropped Sweatshirt. We’ll let you two take it from here.

Arame is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Pistachio (M) and Classic Jogger in Pistachio (L)

Classic Hoodie

So cozy, so cute, so sustainable. Yeah, you might not want to let your friends “borrow” this.

Alex is wearing Classic Hoodie in Ecru (XL) and FLOAT Bike Shorts in Fig (S)

Classic Jogger

Oversized or true to size, scrunched up or rolled down. You wear the pants in this relationship.

Jessie is wearing Paloma Bra in Moss (L), Classic Sweatshirt in Mauve (L), Classic Jogger in Mauve (L)

Sweat Style

Arame is wearing Classic Hoodie in Canyon (M) and Classic Jogger in Canyon (L)

Arame is wearing Bike Unitard in Moss (M), Track Pant in Moss (L), and Classic Sweatshirt in Forest (M)

Alex is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Canyon (S), FLOAT Leggings 23 3'4" Inseam in Fern (S), and Please Recycle Quarter Crew Socks in Mocha (OS)

Alex is wearing Classic Hoodie in Canyon (S), Classic Joggers in Mauve (S), and Please Recycle Socks Quarter Crew in Mocha (OS)

Jessie is wear Cropped Sweatshirt in Ecru (L) and Classic Jogger in Ecru (L)

Jessie is wearing Hummingbird Half-Zip in Black (L), and Classic Jogger in Ecru (L)

Ryan is wearing Cropped Sweatshirt in Mauve (XL), Classic Jogger in Mauve (XL), and Please Recycle Quarter Crew Socks in Mocha (OS)

Ryan is wearing Paloma Bra in Ivory (XL) and Classic Jogger in Forest (XL)

Compared to conventional cotton, our Sweatsuit fabric saves roughly 225 gallons of water per pound of fabric produced. Just think — those savings are equivalent to the amount of water a person drinks for over a year.

Zenat Begum & Playground Youth Team

 

Owner of Playground Coffee, Entrepreneur & Community Organizer

@zenatbegum

playgroundcoffeeshop.com

Zenat Begum is a native New Yorker, owner of Playground Coffee Shop, founder of Playground Youth, and an alumni of The New School. The corner of Bedford and Quincy, where Playground sits, was previously her father’s hardware store, Abedin Building Supplies. Closing the shop after 20 years, Zenat took over in 2016. She intentionally created a space that centers people of color and marginalized bodies. In 2018 she started Playground Youth, her 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides accessible programming for the community members. In 2017 Annex bookstore came about that provides work from primarily people of color and to bring alternative literature to Bed-Stuy. Zenat seeks to center people of color, marginalized bodies, the arts, and community engagement in order to foster change in a shapeshifting and gentrifying BedStuy.

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Find Your

Comfort Zone

We photographed each of our campaign muses in their element, doing what they love, with the people and projects they love. Their work, passions and backgrounds vary, showing us that often our “comfort zones” look a little different to everyone.

Black Rose Running Club

@blackrosesnyc

blackrosesnyc.com

BLACK ROSES NYC is a creative collective based on the pursuit of personal excellence via group training at the intersection of endurance sports and street culture.

Shop The Looks

Diane Chang

Cook & Writer

@eatingpopos

eatingpopos.com

Diane Chang is a cook and writer from Los Angeles, now living in between NYC and Mexico. Her ongoing food project and business, Po-Po's (which means “grandma” in Chinese), is centered around her family's Taiwanese and Sichuanese traditions and grandmother's wellness philosophies.

Shop Diane's Look

Helena Barquet & Fabiana Faria

Owners of Coming Soon

@comingsoonny

comingsoonnewyork.com

Helena and Fabiana founded Coming Soon, a furniture design and gift shop founded in 2013 right at the intersection of New York’s Lower East Side and Chinatown. Here they curate, create and sell beautifully designed things for the home. They take a collaborative approach to their store, which allows them to source, fine-tune and experiment in ways traditional retail stores cannot.

Shop Helena & Fabiana's Looks

Jessica Gonsalves

Co-owner & Co-founder of Procell Vintage

@procell

procell.nyc

Procell is a destination boutique in the Bowery neighborhood of downtown Manhattan that carries a unique mix of vintage streetwear, sportswear and designer ready-to-wear. For over a decade, its founders, Brian Procell and Jessica Gonsalves, have professionally sourced vintage reference and inspiration for many of the industry’s top fashion designers and brands.

Shop The Looks

Mocha Please Recycle Crew Socks

Kai Avent de-Leon

Founder of Sincerely, Tommy

@kaiaventdeleon

sincerelytommy.com

Brooklyn native Kai Avent-deLeon combines a passion for her community with a love for concept-driven independent design. Her boutique brings a new type of shop and customer to Bed-Stuy and serves as a way for her community to connect to its roots, support local artists, and be introduced to smaller brands.

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https://www.girlfriend.com/products/mauve-cropped-sweatshirt

Zenat Begum & Playground Youth Team

Owner of Playground Coffee

Entrepreneur & Community Organizer

@zenatbegum

playgroundcoffeeshop.com

Zenat Begum is a native New Yorker, owner of Playground Coffee Shop, founder of Playground Youth, and an alumni of The New School. In 2018, she started Playground Youth, her 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides accessible programming for the community members. Zenat’s vast body of work centers around people of color, marginalized bodies, the arts, and community engagement in order to foster change in a shapeshifting and gentrifying Bed-Stuy.

Shop The Looks