Costo’s history is a version of the archetypal story of going from rags to riches. Costo was born poor, but managed to turn its constraints to contrivances. Left with nothing to create from, it started to utilize industrial leftover materials to ease its apetite for creating environmentally conscious fashion. Costo combined this innovation to its unique style, which consists of experiences gathered during extensive travels throughout the world and proper knowledge on latest street fashion. The result was highly sought-after accessories that combine quality workmanship and ecological production with an unique style.
For Costo quality, ecology and style are three inseperable aspects of its existence. Costo accessories encompass all these three values. They are produced with high quality workmanship and made out of sustainable solutions like industrial leftovers. Costo products are made to last and promote a style that doesn’t pigeonhole people to narrow genres. Costo’s style is in fact an anti-style. It goes against the prevailing throwawayism, where things are produced only for a moment’s pleasure. Costo is not servant to any genre or time. It strives for style without borders.
Costo’s flagship the Kombai hat represents Costo’s unique style and commitment to sustainable solutions.