NUBE open jacket - Denim
Te presentamos esta pieza de la colección permanente GUIDO VERA, un diseño con corte clásico que viene originalmente del VOL. I en una mezclilla ligera celeste. Ahora, está disponible en diferentes algodones y mezclillas
La firma se dedica a usar materiales "deadstock" que fueron olvidados en lugares de antaños de la región metropolitana además de otros materiales biodegradables, algodón pima peruano, algodón nacional (en el caso de los materiales "deadstock") y gabardinas sin tratamiento que vienen de Paraguay
Pensado para el nómade de la nueva era, la producción de esta pieza demora 25 días hábiles
Hecho por Mariana Elgueta
Los modelos están usando talla XL
20% materia prima | 35% mano de obra | 45% GV
Patronaje por Yazmin Pino (Q.E.P.D)
Los impuestos de aduanas para envíos internacionales no está incluido en el valor total del producto. Ese costo lo asume el cliente.
We present this piece from the GUIDO VERA permanent collection, a classic cut design that originally comes from the VOL. I in a light blue denim. Now, it is available in different cottons and denim
The firm is dedicated to using "deadstock" materials that were forgotten in places of yesteryear in the metropolitan region in addition to other biodegradable materials, Peruvian pima cotton, national cotton (in the case of "deadstock" materials) and untreated raincoats that come from Paraguay
Made by Mariana Elgueta
Designed for the nomad of the new era, the production of this piece takes 25 working days
Models are wearing size XL and S in the case of light blue
20% materials | 35% workshop | 45% GV
Pattern by Yazmin Pino Elgueta (R.I.P)
Customs taxes for international shipments are not included in the total value of the product. That cost is borne by the customer.
This collection is framed as the first volume (VOL. I) of the homonymous project GUIDO VERA. A new Ready to Wear firm based in Santiago de Chile, which seeks to explore the Latin identity with specific interest and inspiration in the nomadism of the millennial civilizations that inhabited Tierra del Fuego at the end of the 19th century. Under these ideas, the collection develops garments for people who have more than one home and are in constant movement
Its proposal is straight and irregular cuts that dialogue between visible seams and organic fraying. Its author proposes, from timeless garments, a sober, playful and audacious silhouette, inspired by the “layer upon layer” style, typical of the Amerindians of Tierra del Fuego to face the adverse climate of the region. Oversized pieces give life to various garments in the collection, managing to create a unisex language. Earth tones, black and white converse with Italian red, vibrant yellow and electric blue, the latter being the colors of the flag of the Magallanes region, Vera's hometown
Guido, through his wardrobe, seeks to validate a new style that aims to be a synthesis of what we wear every day, through well-developed and high-quality garments. The latter reaffirms the minimalist tint of this incipient firm from Punta Arenas
This volume was celebrated in a two-page article in June 2018 by Paula Magazine and exhibited in September 2018 in the Magallanes Region, at the Punta Arenas Cultural Center
This collection was designed in Los Angeles, California, and manufactured in Santiago de Chile during 2017.