Hello! Just a little word to thank you again for your pre-order! As planned, we started the production of the CAFE YO SWEATSHIRT as soon as the pre-order ended on February 26th. Remember that all of our pre-order updates will be on this page. So thank you again for you trust and we can’t wait to send them to you !
A new update is coming very soon..
First, following the development of the Covid-19 in Peru, we want to confirm that the production team is working safely. So the workers started their work again lately, without compromising their health, which was essential to us .
The fabrics are now in the last step. Illustration printing, fabric cutting and assembly of your sweaters. The whole process should go A LOT faster from now on! In fact, we would like to thank you for your great patience considering the global health situation. You guys are the best!
We want to present you pictures of the result very soon, and we can't wait!
We'll keep you posted for the rest, thank you again for your enthusiasm, we know you're as excited as we are to wear your Cafe Yo sweatshirts and your coffee little matching socks!
Lots of love.
During the previous update, the fabric of the sweaters was being woven. The good news is that it is now ready to go into the dyeing process. We are therefore waiting for the dye factory to finalize its safety protocols so that employees can start working again.
As soon as they are done with this process we will put photos with the next update, we promise! We are so grateful for your patience and we can't wait to see these sweaters!
Little update on spring pre-orders. As you may know, our ethical clothing production is carried out in Peru. Following the first report of several cases of COVID-19 in the country, President Martín Vizcarra declared a state of national emergency for 15 days. The purpose of this important decree is to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on the national territory. This therefore affects the right to transit freely within the country, and forces all businesses to be closed (except for banks, pharmacies and stores selling essential goods). In addition, the government has added a curfew for all residents starting at 6:00pm, and there are numerous military roadblocks across the country. Last Thursday, the president announced that there will be an extension of these war measures until April 26th, for the good of all Peruvians.