Sustainability

"We focus on mindful consumption with conscious designs made to last."

Sustainable Goals

Our goal is to work with the best sources and fair trade factories where everyone is treated fairly and products are made sustainably. Where possible, we use organic fabrics and fibres, supporting organic farming from seed to source.

We support European production and organic farming at its foundation. Our factory is GOTS certified and we aim to use natural dyes, lower water consumption and environmental friendly production techniques.

Our circular collection is made in Portugal and Germany, so we can visit our factories frequently to ensure the best quality and earth conscious approaches are delivered.

“ Our desire is to manufacture clothes that benefit people, minimising the impact on the environment.”

Sustainable fabrics 

\ Organic GOTS certified cotton

Smooth, textured, compact and dry to touch, these range from durable cotton twill, soft cotton oxford, compact cotton jersey with a silky hand feel, heavyweight fleece, tailoring fabrics, 1 x 1 ribs and fine piques.

\ Organic Wool

Wool is also used in our collection. Wool products have long lifespans, meaning they are used or worn longer than other textile fibre products.

Wool textile products tend to be washed less frequently at lower temperatures which has a lower impact on the environment.

It is one of the most recycled fibres. With a market share of 1,3% of all textile fibres, wool claims 5% within the recycled fibres market share identifying wool as a suitable fibre for recycling.

Finally, at the very end of its lifespan, wool biodegrades readily.


Support & Sustain

Having a good sale would help in the business. However, we do not support that. Buying a discounted item will not contribute to producing responsibly, supporting the people who made our clothes and remember what the true cost is. We take pride in the lasting quality of our clothes and charging the right price for you.

Local production

We visit our factories in Portugal frequently and only work with suppliers that support sustainable practices and have goals of making the planet a safer and greener place to live in.

 

“Having less that we use more often. It’s about working with nature, rather than against it.”