(PT) LILIAN PACCE

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Lilian Pacce e TRICOMA: Leia a matéria completa sobre a TRICOMA no site da renomada jornalista de moda Lilian Pacce.

 

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(PT) ECO ERA: PEÇAS ECO- FRIENDLY COM ESPÍRITO ESPORTIVO ESTÃO EM ALTA

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Confira uma seleção must have da colunista Chiara Gadaleta que escolheu a TRICOMA para estampar a sua coluna mensal na revista VOGUE Brasil.

Peças eco-friendly com espírito esportivo estão em alta nesta temporada – corra! (Foto: Fred Othero, Murillo Mendes (Still) e Divulgação)
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Feitas de maneira artesanal (incluindo aí as técnicas de tingimento empregadas pela designer), as peças de Julie Thevenot combinam seu olhar parisiense à energia de Nova York, onde vive e cria suas coleções, em um estúdio no Brooklyn. Este colar está à venda no zady.com e custa US$ 175.

2. A mineira Ybirá aposta em óculos de madeira certificada e 100% handmade. O modelo Eçá, com shape gatinho, custa R$ 329 no e-commerceda marca.

3. Novidade da marca franco-brasileira Vert, a linha Índigo foi criada em dobradinha com a empresa Etno Botânica – responsável pelo tingimento artesanal dos tênis, utilizando pigmentação de origem vegetal e métodos que não agridem o meio ambiente. A partir de R$ 219 no vert-shoes.com.br.

4. A grife de tricôs paulistana Tricoma aposta no conceito de slow-fashion e no consumo consciente: suas peças, sempre com ótimas combinações de cores, são numeradas, feitas à mão e vendidas apenas sob encomenda. A partir de R$ 300 no site sptricoma.com.

5. A coleção-cápsula Wind-016, que será lançada este mês pela carioca Wöllner, é fruto deuma parceria da grife com os velejadores olímpicos Henrique Haddad e Bruno Bethlem. Suas bolsas foramproduzidas a partir da lona de velas cedidas pelos atletas – o modelo acima custa R$ 450. À venda no site wollner.com.br.

6. Da colaboração entre a marca de acessórios Benjoime o estúdio de criação Truque, do Rio, nascerampeças feitas com skates reaproveitados – o anel custa R$ 60. Pedidos pelo telefone (21) 98608-4809.

7. Os sapatos da marca vegan Good Guys, ganhadora do Prêmio PETA em 2015, são desenhados na França e produzidos em oficinas certificadas em Portugal, utilizando materiais eco-friendly e não tóxicos. A sandália acima custa € 159.

Veja a matéria completa: http://vogue.globo.com/moda/moda-news/noticia/2016/05/ecoera-pecas-eco-friendly-com-espirito-esportivo-estao-em-alta.html

PRESS RELEASE TRICOMA

The artist Aline Arcuri Tima, graduated in visual arts at the University of Belas Artes, was born in São Paulo and came to the capital eight years ago. With a personal collection of bazaars pieces, Aline has always been in love with costumes! In July 2015, the artist created a clothing brand that suggests the discussion of issues such as conscientious consumption and a sustainable lifestyle.
“Tricoma is the realization of a dream for me,” says Aline. With the production of sweaters and cardigans made of knitting, the pieces are limited, numbered and accessible only by order. Launched against the massive manufacturing clothes and of low quality, tricoma was guided from the start by the slow fashion concept, already widespread in Europe but still little explored in Brazil.

With high quality product, all materials used at the production of the pieces are national, with a fair remuneration for all the professionals involved. Our modelling has no gender, after all, they are designed to fit perfectly well in both men and women, of all ages and sizes, a detail that emphasizes our social values.
Guided by exclusivity, quality and originality the brand is part of a movement that came up to question and innovate the values of consumption at the Brazilian fashion market, “the last industrial revolution and its storage model, working hours and with a primary focus only the progress and profit is already outdated and centenary! It’s time to rethink the  consumption in general, we are destroying the planet and depleting all kinds of natural materials still available, “says the founder of Tricoma.

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ALINE TIMA AND FERNANDA YOUNG

In eight episodes hosted by the wonderful journalist Fernanda Young, Madrugada Desperada series presents stories of artists who work in São Paulo late night and use public space as a platform for their work. Aline Tima is the shit!

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We are proud that our founder and creative director Aline Tima participated in this project as an artist who created performances by making skateboarders wear  burkas, capping them almost entirely, including their faces. During the interview, Fernanda plunged into the world of Tima and called her a transgressive artist, after all, a esthetic shock is pretty apparent in the design of the Burcas Flutuantes project.

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They discussed a lot about about privacy and identity and Fernanda argued that you can see the burca, an oppressive object, as a vehicle of freedom to escape a oppressive aesthetic standard.

Besides all the prestige of being part of this project, our episode of Burcas Flutuantes was broadcast on TV Metropolis, in May this year. The Metropolis began in 1988 and is considered a classic of Brazilian TV, with live interviews, musical acts and theatrical performances.

Check out the link to the Metropolis show below: