NOP New Ordinary People

The Streets Consumers Hoodie Dress



NOP wants to switch the environmental and social impact by empowering the exploited and taking on what’s wrong in this world. You can read more about us here.



👉 Every product is made on order to avoid overproduction. Don't worry, in a couple of weeks you'll have it!

Wear this soft, comfortable, and colourful dress to make you feel warm and happy for real.

This hoodie dress features a crushed consumer who works a lot in order to buy things he/she does not need, hoping to feel good with him/herself. 

Sadly, leading by advertisement and sales, we tend to value our happiness on things we buy: new clothes, new cars, or new luxury stuff. Commercials are there to make us buy whatever they want to sell us. Is it possible that some toothpaste companies have over 30 different types of them? Come on! We’d really just need one, don’t we? This all has led us to material overproduction.

Here’s a secret: you already have everything you need. We truly need very little to feel free and happy.

NOP The Streets collection tells stories, just like the art on the streets, in this way the streetwear becomes an extension of our word and our freedom of expression.

• 85% Organic Cotton, 15% Recycled Polyester
• Produced in a fair way
• No pesticides, insecticides, or GMOs used
• Ecological dyeing
• 300 GSM
• Round drawcords in matching body colour with metal tipping
• Metal eyelets
• Kangaroo pocket at front
• Slits at side seam

The Collection:

The Streets collection tells stories, just like the street art. We must never forget that all the major social changes start from the streets. The streetwear becomes our freedom of expression.

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