The first thing we want to earn is our community’s trust. This is why we share our philosophy and priorities with you, hoping they are yours as well. We make no compromise with our craft and values, we combine contemporary style with sustainable execution to offer you unique pieces produced in eco-conscious ways.
We have always mostly used sustainable fabrics in our collections but starting from Spring/Summer 21 we commit to only using high-quality organic, biodegradable or recycled fabrics. We have never used leather and fur and this will stay so in the future.
100% of the cotton that we use is now GOTS certified. Our organic fibers have been produced without the use of hazardous chemicals that pollute the environment, and have used less water. They have been traced back to their origin and the people who have grown them have received a fair pay.
Instead of being made from cellulose coming from trees or plants, our viscose comes from the waste of the cotton crops that is usually thrown away. This saves plants and trees and ultimately reduces the carbon foot print of the raw material.
By using recycled fibers we give second life to raw materials that would otherwise end up in the ocean or in a landfill. This brings us one step closer to a circular fashion model.
We love animals so much, we would never use animal skin in our products. The faux leather we use is created in an environmentally-friendly manner that does not release CO2 in the atmosphere.
The organic silk we use is GOTS certified. It has been produced without the use of hazardous chemicals that pollute the environment, and has used less water to grow. It has also been traced back to its origin and the people who have grown it have received a fair pay.
These fibers are sourced from renewable raw material wood. The fabric has been created in an environmentally responsible production process and is certified as compostable and biodegradable so it can fully revert back to nature.
Our local production and policy for sourcing materials from Europe reduce our carbon footprint. We only work with small family-owned, socially responsible fabric suppliers, certified for clean productions that do not harm the environment. Be it water and energy saving through chemical and waste management to renewable energy sources, everyone we work with is taking part in making the planet a better place. Here are some of the corporate certifications that our suppliers have acquired:
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)
Being part of GOTS means that our supplier has limited the use of chemicals, has a functional waste water treatment plant and complies with a set of social criteria that guarantee the worker’s rights.
BCI (Better Cotton Initiative)
Being certified by BCI means that our supplier has covered a set of criteria including crop and water protection, biodiversity and land responsibility, quality of the crop, and working conditions.
GRS (Global Recycle Standard)
GRS verifies the origins of the recycled materials as well as the responsible social, environmental and chemical practice of the production.
The Blue Way by Bluesign
Powered by a holistic approach, BLUESIGN traces each textile’s path along the manufacturing process, making improvements at every stage from factory floor to finished product. BLUESIGN encourages the industry to increase their efforts in sustainable processes step by step.
Conscious Business Model
Our clothes come in eco-friendly, acid-free paper that is FSC certified and made with soy ink. We are supplied by Noissue – a responsible and environmentally conscious company whose eco-packaging alliance contributes to global reforestation by matching orders with planted trees.
All the labels that your clothes come with are printed on recycled FSC certified paper. Each of our items comes with its unique sustainability passport that tells you more about how we sourced the fabric and what our supplier is doing to protect the environment.
Do you really need this much that fast? In order to fight against fast fashion’s harmful impact on the environment, and the overconsumption it brings, we have reduced the number of collections we make a year from four to two. This has not only allowed us to focus on each and every detail, but it has also made it possible to further commit to making outstanding, lasting pieces, not something you wear just few times.
Ever wonder why all styles made of the same fabric sell out at the same time? We recently switched to a made-to-order business model. Thanks to our in-house manufacturing we are able to quickly produce your personal order and thus respond to the actual demand for each piece and size. On-demand manufacturing allows us to reduce overproduction and waste. By doing so, we use all the fabrics we have ordered and leave no dead stock in the form of unpopular styles or sizes.