we integrate sustainability into everything we do, making deliberate decisions about who we work with, how we work & what materials we use. As a committed Ethical Fashion brand, we go above and beyond to create strong emotional ties with the communities we work with.

Our mission has been to create high quality garments in the most responsible and ethical way. Our commitment is to assess the carbon footprint of our global supply chain and to start offsetting it. 

  • Cotton

    Organic cotton is grown without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It's commonly used to make T-shirts, jeans, dresses, and activewear.

  • Hemp

    Hemp fabric is durable and sustainable, used for creating casual clothing, jackets, and accessories.

  • Bamboo

    Bamboo fabric is soft, breathable, and moisture-wicking, making it suitable for activewear, socks, and undergarments.

  • Tencel (Lyocell)

    Tencel is derived from sustainably harvested wood pulp and is used for making dresses, shirts, and lightweight, breathable garments.

  • Organic Linen

    Organic linen is eco-friendly and great for summer clothing like shirts, dresses, and trousers.

  • Organic Wool

    Sourced from humanely treated sheep, organic wool is ideal for warm and durable clothing like sweaters and coats.

  • Piñatex (Pineapple Leather)

    Piñatex is a leather alternative made from pineapple fibers, used for creating stylish bags, shoes, and accessories.

  • Recycled Denim

    Old denim is repurposed into new jeans, jackets, and accessories, offering a sustainable and stylish choice.

  • Peace Silk (Ahimsa Silk)

    Peace silk is produced without harming silkworms, making it an ethical alternative to traditional silk. It's often used in luxury dresses, scarves, and lingerie.

  • Modal

    Modal is a semi-synthetic fiber made from beech tree pulp, known for its softness and moisture management properties.

  • Recycled Cotton

    This is cotton made from post-consumer and post-industrial waste, offering a more sustainable option for clothing.

  • Cork Suede

    Cork suede is a sustainable alternative to traditional suede made from the bark of cork oak trees. It's used in luxury fashion for creating soft, textured garments like jackets, skirts, and handbags, offering a unique and eco-friendly choice for high-end clothing and accessories.