BRANDS June 18th, 2021

SEAY

 

SEAY, a start-up founded by Alberto Bressan and Simone Scodellaro, is a sustainable clothing and beachwear brand with low environmental impact, created with certified materials, which follows a short supply chain and aims at improving awareness and increase environmental awareness of all of us through the implementation of a closed circular system through the Re3 Model: Re-use, Re-sell, Re-generate.

 

Website unbouncepages.com/seay
Instagram @seay_official
Facebook SEAY
Contact [email protected]

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ECOALF
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BROWNMILL COMPANY
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