We love our planet.
And we only get one.
We aim to create versatile key pieces that offer quality and longevity. This helps garments to stay in good shape much longer and cuts excessive consumption. To keep your favorites forever, we recommend to follow both the care label of each garment and the care instructions on our website.
We only produce in factories with valid certifications and have developed long and close relationships with our production teams worldwide, to ensure that everyone involved in making our garments is treated fairly, safely and respectfully.
We work with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), IC2 or BCI certified cotton, these cottons are grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment and the people who work on the land.
Certified organic cotton is softer, free from toxic chemicals and therefore also gentler on the skin. Even if you are not suffering from allergies or sensitivities.
These eco-responsible viscose fibers are made from FSC- and PEFC-certified wood. The manufacturing method of EcoVero viscose has less impact on emissions and water than regular viscose.
Waste has been given a new life with both recycled polyester and recycled polyamide. Recycled polyester is made from for example plastic bottles or fishing nets that would otherwise stay in landfill for centuries.
This regenerated cellulosic fiber is made from processed wood pulp and is similar to viscose and rayon. We use this primarily to give tops, skirts and dresses a slight sheen.
This 100% genuine leather is vegetable tanned, which means that it is chemical free as it has been manufactured without using chromium in the tanning process.
* Items produced since mid 2020
We took some leftover fabrics from our production and turned it in something entirely new. We breathe new life into otherwise unused materials to prevent textile waste from going to landfill.
Currently, more than 50% of our polybags are biogradable.
As of mid-2023 all our garments are packaged in biogradable polybags, made out of compostable materials. After use, properly throw yours in the compost facility and it will break down in 1 year.