None Studio® was established in 2019 in New York, by duo Fashion Design Graduates of Parsons The New School of Design. It begins with a stream of thought within themselves to exhibit the complexities of life and find some new understandings of sustainability. "None" is freeing your thoughts, hugging the truth, a new lifestyle and way of thinking that invites a constant rethinking of any extremes or stereotypes. None Studio is always in the work-in-progress of creating, inspiring, and thinking for the sustainable development of the Earth.
LIMITED EDITIONS SYSTEM
None Studio® is dedicated to designing affordable quality goods that reflect environmental consciousness.
Every collection states a different number of limited editions that we sell globally.
Every piece is made with special care, details, and finishings to ensure high-quality and less waste that you and the earth deserves.
You will get to know the truth behind the scenes; the date it was made, the name of the person who made your clothes, the sustainability rating of the entire lifecycle. Just because you are one in a million, and special enough for making a change.
It's not us, it's nature.
SUSTAINABILITY EVALUATION SYSTEM
source of the fiber, thread, button, trim, accessory, etc.
during the planting and manufacturing process.
Pollution to water
and air caused by the manufacturing process.
Recyclability of the fiber/textile/garment, and its environmental performance.
Biodegradability of the clothes after it was thrown away to the landfill.
It's not a constraint, it's a consciousness.
FIBER 101 SYSTEM PER COLLECTION
Helps you to understand what you are wearing, and learn fun facts about one fiber in every collection. Have fun growing with us!
Our SYSTEMS are printed on a TYVEK fabric sewn on the exterior of every piece, which is designed to work as a messenger for connecting the insiders and outsiders of the fashion industry and building a knowledge-sharing community.
TRUTH TO BE TOLD: NOTHING IS 100% SUSTAINABLE
The more mix and match of natural and synthetic fibers in fabric construction or fabrics in design, the more burden and harm it could bring to the environment.
Natural fibers(eg. cotton, linen, silk, wool) and synthetic fibers(eg. polyester,rayon,spandex) must be recycled separately, but it would be almost impossible to seperate the fibers from a fabric blend. We will share pros and cons of one major fiber with each collection release. Please subscribe and don't miss out on any news.
S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y R A N K I N G
Mixed Fiber Knit
About DuPont TYVEK®
Feels like paper, but it’s not paper
Feels like fabric, but it’s not traditional fabric texture
Distinctive look & feel
Lightweight & flexible
Water-resistant, yet breathable
Tear-resistant & durable
Printable and convertible
Care Instructions: Machine or hand wash cold,
no heat tumble dry, Iron on the wrong side.
Tyvek® is flash spun high-density polyethylene fibers, a synthetic material that can be recycled. It used to be the material to protect buildings during construction. It is a special fabric that provides the unmatched combination of protection, breathability, and durability. Tyvek® delivers unparalleled strength in an ultra-lightweight material like thin paper. The material is difficult to tear, but can easily be cut with scissors or knife. Water vapor can pass through Tyvek, but liquid water cannot. Its unique structure allows Tyvek® to repel water and resist tearing, resulting in long-lasting durability.
Machine Wash Cold
No Heat Tumble Dry / No Iron On Tyvek
Hand Wash Cold
Air Dry / Tumble Dry On Low Temperature
Please Reuse & Recycle Packagings