The destruction of the planet will continue long after we're gone, but we should try to stem that while we're here.
Monster Children and Globe refuse to sit idle and go with the script. We're 'Refusing to Comply'. This DIY, utilitarian inspired collaboration range celebrates basics and everyday staples we regularly wear and provides the means for everyone to make the pieces uniquely their own.
More sustainable fibres and materials mean more durable products that are Low Velocity and have less impact on the environment.
Cotton grown with organic agricultural methods uses fewer pesticides than conventional cotton and therefore reduces exposure to toxic chemicals that can end up in the ground, air, water and our food chain. Organic farming can also reduce the pesticide exposure risks for farmers along with cotton and textile workers.
Using recycled polyester fibres made from material like plastic bottles (rPET) instead of virgin polyester, we’re preventing wasteful landfill, saving energy and reducing the need for the primary extraction of crude oil.
PFOA-Free Durable Water Repellent
Water and stain repellent coatings help you stay dry and clean, and keep your clothing in good condition for longer. Traditionally Durable Water Repellent (DWR) formulas used potentially toxic Perflourooctanoic acid (PFOA) to produce such coatings, but with the Low Velocity range, we choose to use PFOA-Free formulas avoid these chemicals
PVC and Phthalate-Free Inks
Garment screen printing has traditionally employed PolyVinyl Chloride (PVC) based inks. These chemicals can include phthalates which can be harmful to human health. Avoiding their use means safer conditions for workers and safer products all round.
The Monster Children x Globe Liaizon uses chrome free, metal free and certified bio-degradable Horizon Eco Nubuck that is fully traceable and humanely harvested. The most eco-friendly leather available from Wolverine Leathers® the global leader of performance leather.
DIY Sew-On Patch Kit
This limited-edition collaboration jacket features DIY patch kit with artwork by PC Worship’s multidisciplinary frontman Justin Frye. Justin’s DIY art style comes from years of cutting up magazines, flyers, album covers, rolls of film, and standing at a copy machine.