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Azgard9: CO2AT

 DIRECT MARKETING   PORTUGAL    June 09, 2021 23:22 (Edited: June 10, 2021 09:22)
https://www.bestadsontv.com/includes/image.php?image=s3://bestadsontv.com/thumbs/a7aa9_0001.png&width=200This may look like something from a sci-fi movie, but it is not. It is very real. Denim manufacturer Azgard9 has developed a sustainable garment that produces Oxygen, in what is seen by the brand as the "garment of the future". Leading denim manufacturer, Azgard9, creative agency Stream and Tough Guy, and branding & design agency This is Pacifica, converged to create the concept behind a pioneer sustainable project. The garment called "CO2AT", was produced as part of Azgard9’s recent repositioning "Future Before Fashion", focused on the development of products and solutions with low impact on the environment. Developed in partnership with Post Carbon Lab, in London, the CO2AT is a living being. Its hoodie is treated with microbial pigmentation, so actually behaving like a plant by using photosynthetic microorganisms - a process by which plants take in carbon dioxide and turn it into glucose and oxygen. Therefore, during its life cycle, it releases oxygen, improving the immediate environment of the wearer, due to its living cells coating. During its life cycle, the poncho neutralizes the impact of its production, improves the immediate environment of the wearer and produces approximately the same amount of O2 as an oak tree. A leading Pakistani denim producer, Azgard9 has put in place a highly innovative and challenging fashion project that aspires to realize what the future of fashion might actually look like; with a piece of clothing that is capable of having the same impact on the environment as a plant.

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