Sustainable — fashion for real
In our DNA, sustainability is a matter of course.
At every stage of our process, from design to delivery, we strive to be responsible and find ways tor reduce fashion’s environmental footprint.
All of the above means a constant effort to improve at all levels, material selection, production, transport, recycling, and also working conditions.
Reducing fashion’s waste
Deadstock fabrics are the “leftovers” of the fashion industry that were not purchased by the intended buyer or made into finished garments. In the past, these fabrics would have been discarded and sent to landfills. However, now you can purchase these unique fabrics at a fraction of the cost of designer fabrics, while also helping to reduce waste.
Due to our use of deadstock fabrics, we are unable to produce large quantities of any one fabric. This means that our production runs are typically quite small, and we often make only a few of any given style in a particular fabric or print.