Who made your wearable stories and in what conditions?
As a sustainable brand, we are very conscious about our production process and our fabric selection. In order to make a positive difference for the people involved in the making of our clothes, we take this process very serious. That's one of the reasons why our mission is all about an ethical approach and a transparant communication, that considers both people and planet.
Let's begin with our manufactures: we spend months finding the best factories all around the world. We are now working with seven different manufacturers in Portugal, Europe, and two in Bali, Indonesia. Once we've started a collaboration, we aim to develop a long-lasting relationship with them. We visite each factory individually to make sure that every person who works there is treated respectfully with fair wages and honest working conditions. We want to maintain an ethical production practice at every step of the production process. We believe that our customers have the right to know where and how their clothes have been made, that's why we share our production story behind each piece of clothing.
We choose natural fabrics over synthetic fabrics. Natural fabrics like organic cotton, linen and viscose cause little harm to the environment and are better for your skin. Polyester and acrylic fabrics are petroleum based textiles and take a long time to break down, so we try to avoid these materials as much as we can.
We try to hold our commitment to using natural materials as best as we can. And in case we use synthetic fabrics, they are provided of the Oeko-Tex standard 100 label. This label confirms the human-ecological safety.