WWF creates a fashion collection with a purpose: to save a national park in Europe.
WWF, the nature conservation organization, has created an entire fashion line that aims to raise awareness about the damaging industrial activities that are taking place in Pirin National Park*.
The collection offers a variety of t-shirts, pants, jackets and even leggings – all of them in a specially designed camouflage print. As any other camouflage attire, it serves one sole purpose – blending in with your surroundings. The fashion line is designed for trendsetters, who want to be one step ahead in blending in with Pirin’s transforming scenery.
Discover the entire collection and more information about the project at www.savepirin.com.
*Pirin National Park encompasses most of Pirin Mountains in the South-West of Bulgaria. It is one of several UNESCO World Heritage sites around the globe severely threatened by harmful industrial activities.
Integrated advertisment created by Noble Graphics Creative Studio, Bulgaria for WWF, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.
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