As a small team and young business, we are always learning to grow our knowledge and commit to better ways of working that align with our ethics and values.
Being part of an industry that is known for its excess consumption and waste, we feel responsible for the craft that we choose to put into our world.
From our beginnings, we have committed to providing our customers with garments that are produced to order, with natural fabrics and made by local hands. Although we recognise that we have a long way to go, we’ve created a promise to continuously try to minimise our environmental impact.
From the ordering of fabric to the delivery of our pieces, when you choose to purchase a garment from us through our online store, it is made specifically to your order.
This is a process which may take longer to meet current demands, but we believe it's the best way to track our supply and waste.
Our departure from a traditional seasonal range and working with a made-to-order model allows us to give second life to already produced fabrics. A lot of the time, these smaller and limited rolls, have been sourced from our suppliers from larger international design houses.
We choose to craft our garments that are natural in its form taking its complete lifecycle into consideration. Our garments can be found created in cotton, linen and silk - These natural fabrics have the fastest decomposition times ranging from 1 week - 6 months.
The only compromise that we sometimes face is fabric or design details that include elastane. We try to use this only when necessary to provide our customers with comfort and longevity of wear.
Thoughtful & slow design
By designing and releasing garments in times that work for us and outside of a yearly fashion calendar allows us to work with fabrics in a non-traditional manner.
We carry limited rolls of fabric in our workroom and choose to only re-order if there is customer demand.