We took inspiration from the random dot pixel pattern of static displayed when no transmission signal is obtained by the antenna receiver of television sets.
4:3 aspect ratio
Joel is 5"10 and wearing M. Lucia is 5"9 and wearing S.
Errornogo's aim is to sell clothes that last forever. Their sustainability vision is simple - they source the highest gsm (grams per square meter) 100% cotton materials and finish their products with high-quality embroidery that lasts a lifetime. They want our customers to cherish each item they sell, with items holding their value so that if the customer chooses to, they can sell the item on again to another consumer, rather than going into landfill like many items in the industry.
We're thrilled to have errornogo on AVESTE, not just because of their retro technology inspired designs, but also becauses they understand carbon neutrality and support the outcomes of the Resyntex study, which advocate a 50p charge on fashion items to fund a circular economy.
Their warehouse is powered by Octopus Energy, who invest only in sustainable energy sources. Their packaging is minimal, and they like to avoid using excess materials such as tags which will only end up in the bin.