Piritees was born as a self-expressive and bold apparel line that speaks out against gentrification, highlights culture, and champions for self-care
Founder Sandra Martinez, also known as "Bibi,” originally created Piritees, as an anti-gentrification apparel line to address the inequalities occurring within her neighborhood of El Barrio (A.K.A Spanish Harlem), and other marginalized communities. However, her brand has quickly grown to highlight other issues she is passionate about such as: mental health awareness, selfcare, women rights, and things that celebrate her Afro-Caribbean culture. It’s also Bibi’s love for statement t-shirts that led her to create a brand that speaks out against social injustices, and celebrates people of color.
- Tear-away label
- 1x1 baby rib-knit set-in collar with front coverstitch
- Fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage
- 4.3 oz.
- 100% combed ringspun cotton fine jersey