I’m writing this on a Saturday night, as I’m sure you’d imagine I’m not that inclined to be writing about clothes; I was just going to give you guys the press release and leave it, but that would be doing Sutsu a disservice because this latest collection really is very impressive. Still, I’ve got to pad this post out somehow so here’s the press release anyway.
Sutsu was born from a single basic ideal…to create a Naturally Inspired streetwear brand which has a positive commitment to all that it touches.
With the new Sutsu Winter Eleven Collection we took inspiration from the power of nature. A re-interpretation of the Formation from last season,
a re-appearance from best selling Bear tee and a host of new graphics including Captain Wolf, The Eagle, and the Geometrical Mountain Ranges.
The range features the bright colour and bold graphic combo that Sutsu is becoming renowned for. Keeping in trend this season the key colours
for Sutsu are Burgundy and Steel Grey alongside our classics.
It’s cool to see the dedication that Sutsu put into minimising their environmental impact too.
60% of all Cotton garments are Organic. If not Organic then they are Fairtrade and Oeko-Tex farm Standard 100. No surplus paper products used in
production such as hang tags or brochures. All products delivered in recycled boxes. Sutsu aims to be accountable for all aspects of the business
& protective of the environment we use. Skatedecks are Bamboo / Maple Ply. Only UK brand.
Clearly, that’s not greenwashing and I respect them for that, the extra steps they’ve taken suggest that they actually give a damn rather than just going with a trend.
When it comes to the designs, I’m pretty impressed, the real standout for me is the mountain shirt/hoodie, it’s beautifully simple.