Sustainability and mindful consumption are the cornerstones of our approach to being an environmentally responsible company. Things of quality have no fear of time, so our job is to create pieces that transcend trends and can be worn and loved for many years. We are committed to ethical manufacturing and set sustainability goals for ourselves that we will meet each year.
All of our products are manufactured in ethically run facilities, many of which are fair trade certified and opt for environmentally friendly materials whenever possible. We encourage everyone to invest in fewer pieces with longer lifespans: when you do this, you use your dollar to vote for a more sustainable world. We care about the future of this planet, which means that in the coming years you will continue to see us emphasize and prioritize our social and ecological responsibilities.
A fiber made from plant materials, produced in an environmentally friendly closed loop process.
A system that ensures a variety of criteria are met along the textile supply chain including worker safety, environmental impact and many more.
Certified Organic Cotton
Cotton grown with less water usage and no toxic chemicals to protect our farmers and ecosystems.
A fiber made from post-consumer plastic processed to use less energy than regular polyester.
A sustainable, cruelty free and synthetic alternative to down-feathers.
Our intention is to design clothing that can be kept and worn for years. This is why we use high quality materials and create timeless designs that can be worn across seasons. When you invest in a clothing with a long lifespan, you do your part.
Reduce waste & introduce recycled materials
In the next year, our external packaging will be switched to 100% recycled materials and the use of gift wrapping and any unnecessary paper will be eliminated. We will work with our manufacturers to reduce their waste and make the switch to poly bags that are made from recycled plastic.
We want this to be an open conversation. This means sharing our progress, successes and challenges with you. We also want to be transparent about our supply chain. When a customer asks where our clothing is made, we want to be able to tell them where it came from along every step of the supply chain.