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Take a look at a clothing line that is all about ethics, from the material to the producing of the clothes. (Part 2/2)
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Host: Can you talk a bit about, the two new materials that you use, the biological cotton and bamboo?
Pascale Clauzier: It's been now, one year that we are using the organic cotton. We import it from India and it's knitted in Quebec and sewn in Quebec and the new fabric that we enter in the new collection is the bamboo, that is environmentally friendly and we could breathe with it, it's very comfortable.
Pascal Benoksas: 50% of the production of pesticides around the world, is destinated towards cotton. So that's why we are using organic cotton and we are pushing also towards the bamboo.
Host: This is bamboo.
Pascale Clauzier: Creation with the bamboo and it's stretched and it's very comfortable.
Pascal Benoksas: That's the Peace Diffusion. It's been in our collection for now, a year and we invite people just to move the white flag around the world to support, depending on what's going on in the news. [Non-English] It's Picasso sentence which has put a lot of attachment on the T-shirt. Well, with that T-shirt we say, where there is the warning, that this unique, hand made, painted piece in this passion, which may provoke your transformations. You were born original, don't become a copy. For men [Non-English]
Pascale Clauzier: You don't wait to be in the bed of the hospital to be alive.
Pascal Benoksas: The pearl so it's like you are wearing a necklace of pearl and in the back it says [Non-English] shine before you fall, so it means, just live your life a 100% and right now. This is Nelson Mandela and it says, [Non-English], and it's in the back, the hand of Nelson Mandela that accompany you.
Host: What were you guys seeing in society, that made you really want to encourage people to live in the moment.
Pascale Clauzier: Personally, when it came to me, it's because I was really in a routine in my life and I said, okay life is not working and go home, it has to be more. So just wear the sense of mind. Oom came in my head and all these ideas.
Pascal Benoksas: There is a lot of things that distracts you and just brings you to things that are not necessary and you think you could find happiness in that is sometimes -- sometimes it's just little old things that you are doing, for that moment that just bring you happiness and makes you enjoy life.