With Blue Flowers, you get fair trade clothing made from recycled materials without sacrificing style. Born out of a love for music and skateboarding, the U.K. brand delivers contemporary cuts of pants, jackets, tees & more.
Blue Flowers was developed by the British brand Piilgrim. The brand, the aesthetics and the principles have not and will not change, apart from the name. Blue Flowers offers versatile apparel for an active, environmentally conscious lifestyle and manages the balancing act between fair clothing and urban streetwear. Aware of their social and ecological responsibility, all Blue Flowers collections are 100% vegan and are produced in an environmentally friendly, sustainable and fair way. The brand from the U.K. firmly believes that the production process should be animal-free and fair trade.
Through fair productions and the use of organic materials, Blue Flowers has set out to make a difference in the skateboarding & streetwear scene. The goal is to make long lasting garments without compromising style. All season drops are limited editions with a focus on combining visually striking fabrics and details, with timed cuts. Blue Flowers is designed for people who take pride in what they wear and are concerned with where their clothes come from.
Blue Flowers as a skateboarding & creative platform
The founder of the brand may seem familiar to some with skateboard knowledge. Mark Kendrick is a filmmaker and not only handles Blue Flowers' films, but also collaborated on some Habitat skateboarding videos. For the love of skateboarding, Mark created a platform for creative output with Blue Flowers skaters and artists. Blue Flowers' website features a variety of lookbooks, videos, visuals and interviews from various musicians, photographers and filmmakers.
The clothing & accessories of Piilgrim Clothing can of course still be ordered easily and conveniently in the online shop of skatedeluxe.