FORGET PLASTIC BOTTLES,
BUT NOT ON THE BEACH.
NO MORE PLASTIC x THE FRANKIE SHOP
Special Edition 2019
No More Plastic and The Frankie Shop collaborate to help end marine plastic pollution and create with several artists a special collection of 0% plastic reusable can as an alternative to plastic bottles.
The artists are Carolyn Murphy, Helena Christensen x Camilla Stærk, Rebecca Dayan, Brianna Lance, Irina Lazareanu, Sean Lennon and William Oceans & Pamela Love.
The cans will be available in stores and on the Frankie Shop website.
The creative collaboration raises awareness about the danger of plastic in our oceans and ecosystem. By recruiting the influential voices of talented creatives, the biodegradable No More Plastic can sparks conversation and brings attention to the preventable problem of thoughtless plastic purchasing.
One of the biggest contribution to plastic pollution are bottles.
1 million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute.
They can last for 450 years in the marine environment and eventually break downinto microscopic pieces and enter the food chain. Fish and marine life cannot distinguish them.
Annual consumption of plastic bottles is set to top half a trillion by 2021, far outstripping recycling efforts and jeopardizing ocean, coastlines and other environments.
100,000 marine mammals and turtles are killed by plastic pollution every year.
Carolyn Murphy Helena Christensen & Camille Stærk Rebecca Dayan
Brianna Lance Irina Lazareanu Sean Lennon
William Oceans & Pamela Love
ALEXANDRA COUSTEAU x LUZ
FOR NO MORE PLASTIC
Dive into the blue. Turning plastic problem into swimwear solutions.
The French eco-conscious swimwear brand LUZ joins the No More Plastic movement with release of a capsule collection of 3 women's swimwear made with ECONYL®.
They directly tackle plastic pollution in our oceans by taking nylon waste, from carpet offcuts to discarded fishing nets, and turning it into a high performance swimwear fibre.