Took a while, but here we come with the new spring designs for men & women! Our goal was still the same as earlier – to create longlasting designs, which are always comfortable and can be worn in many different situations without compromises. Still, we believe in small details showing all the care given to […]
PREZENT shop has just reopened it’s gates in downtown Budapest, by the River Danube & Buda Castle. Find the whole collection and shop all the new designs here every day from 10:30am to 7pm!
Have you ever wondered how woven labels are being produced? Here we are with a short video about the making of our OEKO-tex certified woven cotton labels by Dortex from Dortmund, Germany.
From 1st December to 31st you can shop our sweatshirts and beanies at Ajandek Terminal in ALLE, too. Here we have a smaller selection of our all-time favourites, but if you feel like seeing more, we’re waiting for you at Prezent shop in Budapest, too.
Finally now we have our market schedule, so you can meet us at several different fairs this autumn season, both in Hungary & abroad! If you prefer trying the pieces on, touching the fabrics and have a nice discussion with us about the clothes, fabrics or anything relevant (or not:)), meet us here: 09.09.2018, 11am-7pm […]
A fenntartható magyar márka, amely berúgta az ecodivat ajtaját – a Touch Me Not Clothing. Furcsa paradoxon, hogy miközben a hűtőnkbe kerülő élelmiszerek egyre nagyobb része bio, organikus, természetes vagy cukormentes, alig törődünk azzal, mi érintkezik a bőrünkkel minden egyes nap. A fenntartható magyar márka, amely berúgta az ecodivat ajtaját – A Touch Me Not […]
We happily announce, that this year we are going to SZIGET festival again! Meet us there in our own stand and try our organic cotton basics and seasonal pieces, too! These are all made of 100% natural fibers without any chemicals added, perfect choice to a summer festival and especially to the chilly nights!
It’s quite a usual question, what does it mean, that we are only working with GOTS certified organic cotton & why is this better, than “average” cotton? First of all, we would like to clarify, that the use of cotton is NOT sustainable and not eco-friendly at all, as it’s water demand is super high […]