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For 132 years National Geographic has been helping us to uncover the explorer that is in every one of us, with its unique style of storytelling, thanks to the work of the world’s most brilliant scientists, photographers, filmmakers and explorers. Its iconic yellow rectangle is a doorway to the remotest corners of the planet, places where only National Geographic can take you. National Geographic currently broadcasts on TV networks in 172 countries and publishes in 41 languages.
we are all explorers: a sustainable collection for women men e kids which includes an invitation to know more about what is happening on the earth. Knowing about our resources means learning to use them in a more sustainable manner. It also means taking care of the planet’s future. And OVS and National Geographic are committed to doing just that. Every day.
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The faces of the OVS project are three explorers from National Geographic, who have been working in research to protect our environment and biodiversity. Their stories are a great source of inspiration for all of us and should be told.
National Geographic Explorer, Palaeontologist and Geologist
Named Emerging Explorer by the National Geographic Society in 2017, he is a palaeontologist and geologist at the University of Bologna. He studies the way that climate and environmental changes have influenced evolution. Fanti has travelled the world for various research projects and even discovered the largest sea-dwelling crocodile ever found.
National Geographic Explorer, Marine Biologist and Scuba Diver
Marine biologist and scuba diver, member of the Marine Science Group of the University of Bologna, and researcher at the Marine Biology and Fisheries Laboratory in Fano. Thanks to a National Geographic Early Career Grant, she has been able to study the effects of ocean acidification on the calcifying marine organisms in the submarine crater of Panarea.
National Geographic Explorer, Marine Biologist and Zoologist
Marine biologist and zoologist at the University of Bari and National Geographic Explorer, is an expert in coral and deep-sea environments. He works with the FAO and the United Nations, as well as with the General Fishery Commission for the Mediterranean and Black Sea.
A sustainable collection made in organic cotton and regenerated polyester.
organic cotton
Grown using natural methods, without using pesticides or chemical fertilizers to reduce its impact on the environment. Compared to standard growing processes used for cotton, the organic variety can save up to 91% water.
more sustainable cotton
By choosing a more sustainable cotton, we can save up to 10 billion litres of water and cut carbon dioxide emissions by 5000 tons, which is equivalent to the amount absorbed on average by some 100000 trees in a year.
better cotton initiative
OVS was Italy’s first retailer to support the Better Cotton Initiative, an initiative that serves to improve the cotton industry’s impact on people and the environment.
REGENERATED POLYESTER
By using polyester made from recycling plastic bottles at the end of their useful life, we avoid having to use new fossil fuels and the introduction of yet more non-biodegradable materials into the environment. The result is energy savings of up to 85%, while cutting carbon dioxide emissions by up to 75%.
About National Geographic
National Geographic For 132 years National Geographic has been helping us to uncover the explorer that is in every one of us, with its unique style of storytelling, thanks to the work of the world’s most brilliant scientists, photographers, filmmakers and explorers. Its iconic yellow rectangle is a doorway to the remotest corners of the planet, places where only National Geographic can take you. National Geographic currently broadcasts on TV networks in 172 countries and publishes in 41 languages.
we are all explorers: a sustainable collection for women men e kids which includes an invitation to know more about what is happening on the earth. Knowing about our resources means learning to use them in a more sustainable manner. It also means taking care of the planet’s future. And OVS and National Geographic are committed to doing just that. Every day.
shop the collection
The faces of the OVS project are three explorers from National Geographic, who have been working in research to protect our environment and biodiversity. Their stories are a great source of inspiration for all of us and should be told.
National Geographic Explorer, Palaeontologist and Geologist
Named Emerging Explorer by the National Geographic Society in 2017, he is a palaeontologist and geologist at the University of Bologna. He studies the way that climate and environmental changes have influenced evolution. Fanti has travelled the world for various research projects and even discovered the largest sea-dwelling crocodile ever found.
National Geographic Explorer, Marine Biologist and Scuba Diver
Marine biologist and scuba diver, member of the Marine Science Group of the University of Bologna, and researcher at the Marine Biology and Fisheries Laboratory in Fano. Thanks to a National Geographic Early Career Grant, she has been able to study the effects of ocean acidification on the calcifying marine organisms in the submarine crater of Panarea.
National Geographic Explorer, Marine Biologist and Zoologist
Marine biologist and zoologist at the University of Bari and National Geographic Explorer, is an expert in coral and deep-sea environments. He works with the FAO and the United Nations, as well as with the General Fishery Commission for the Mediterranean and Black Sea.

A sustainable collection made in organic cotton and regenerated polyester.

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organic cotton

Grown using natural methods, without using pesticides or chemical fertilizers to reduce its impact on the environment. Compared to standard growing processes used for cotton, the organic variety can save up to 91% water.

better cotton initiative

OVS was Italy’s first retailer to support the Better Cotton Initiative, an initiative that serves to improve the cotton industry’s impact on people and the environment.

more sustainable cotton

By choosing a more sustainable cotton, we can save up to 10 billion litres of water and cut carbon dioxide emissions by 5000 tons, which is equivalent to the amount absorbed on average by some 100000 trees in a year.

REGENERATED POLYESTER

By using polyester made from recycling plastic bottles at the end of their useful life, we avoid having to use new fossil fuels and the introduction of yet more non-biodegradable materials into the environment. The result is energy savings of up to 85%, while cutting carbon dioxide emissions by up to 75%.

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