Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – SKUNKFUNK

February 10th, 2012 by retail design blog

Our main influences are from traveling around the world and the music festivals that created the street fashion scene in the mid-nineties. Things have changed since then and we have taken the same spirit to many more countries and people. PEOPLE DO FUNK The essence of this brand is people and their way of life. Our core values include design, colour and multiFUNKtionalism. And last, but not least, we need to mention that we are concerned about how we do things. This is why we are… DOING OUR BIT.

Green is our color for many different reasons and this is one of them. We use more and more raw materials that will bring a change to the way we consume. We use environmentally preferable options such as organic cotton, recycled polyesters and other sustainable fibers found in wood pulp cellulose (lyocell, modal…). We are alwasy looking for new ideas. And we also work on other important, high-impact questions such as transport (by sea) and packaging our clothes using bio plastics. The struggle goes on.

Photography: Zsolt Istvan Posta
Images courtesy of RetailDesignBlog



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