Sesc’s National Department Innovates with Minimalist Clothing

Sesc’s National Department Innovates with Minimalist Clothing

RIO DE JANEIRO - A Very Relaxing Day at Sesc’s National Department in Brazil

Taking advantage of the upcoming spring season and the recent “save the earth” mentality that pervades the institution, Sesc’s General Direction has opened  office to minimalist fashion clothing in a deliberate attempt at reducing air conditioning costs and increase pleasure levels at work. It’s also estimated that the reduction in fabrics will save employees more than 3000 reais a year and institutional climate is bound to improve significantly in the next few months. 

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