Mens Fall Fashion: Collection PAS - Skateboarder Style Suits, Duct Tape Tees, Military Mosquito Nets, and More
C PAS (left to right): Re-used military blanket blazer, organic denim jeans; Organic wool turtle neck and organic cotton jersey pants; Organic wool blazer, organic cotton oxford shirt and jersey pants. Credit C PAS
If an environmentally and style-conscious skateboarder walked the red carpet, he'd wear Collection Pierre André Senizergues (C PAS). The innovative collection is made with recycled military mosquito nets and parachutes, Salvation Army shirts, organic cotton and wool, and is rising to the top of a niche market; upscale eco-conscious mens clothing. Click through for a photos of their Fall 2009 collection.
C PAS re-used parachute waist coat with recycled cassette tape bow tie, merino wool cable beanie (left), organic cotton racer jacket, organic cotton and duct tape crew shirt (right), both paired with and organic cotton denim jeans. Credit C PAS
Pierre André Senizergues: The Man Behind the Brand
Senizergues' custom tuxedo made with recycled cassette tape fabric inspired the collection. Credit C PAS
Pierre André Senizergues (PAS) is a world champion professional skateboarder and the mastermind behind skateboard footwear and apparel brand Sole Technology -- the parent company of etnies, eS, Emerica, ThirtyTwo, and Altamont Apparel. Inspired by the streets, slopes, and ocean, PAS launched re-used t-shirt line WWP exclusively for high-end boutiques in Paris, France -- including Collette -- and expanded into the furniture design space with Skate Study House -- a skate inspired furniture line, with you-guessed-it recycled skateboards.
Collection Pierre André Senizergues (C PAS): Recycled Cassette Tape Tuxedo As MuseCollection Pierre André Senizergues (C PAS) was created soon after PAS appeared on the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival in May 2007. As the executive producer for Leonardo DiCaprio's 11th Hour, PAS was in need of an eco-conscious tuxedo to suit his style. He created a custom tuxedo with Designer Pierluigi Pucci, in a fabric made with recycled cassette tapes, organic wool, and lined with t-shirt fabric left over from his other brands. The tuxedo (coat shown above) served as a muse for C PAS and a statement to innovative fashion. He officially teamed up with Pierluigi Pucci and launched C PAS which is currently available in stores in France, Japan, and shop by appointment in the United States.
Visit Collection PAS for more and keep tuned, we'll show you our Spring 2010 preview of their collection tomorrow.
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