OUR RESPONSIBILITY

HOW WE CARE

Sustainability is at the core of everything we do. All our garments are made from either sustainable and recycled materials or rescued deadstock fabrics, that would have otherwise been sent to landfill.

CONSCIOUS PRODUCTION

OUR FACTORY

OUR FABRICS

how we source them

We partner with fabric suppliers who share our mission of sustainability and transparency.

To keep our supply chain as sustainable as possible we source materials exclusively from the UK and Europe and make sure there’s no unfair or unsafe labor that goes into making the fabrics we use.

TYPES OF FABRICS WE USE

We use ethically and responsibly produced fabric blends of silk, recycled polyester and cotton. 

Silk is a natural fabric produced by silkworms.

Satin, is the weave of a fabric.

The polyester we use in our fabric is made of recycled yarns.

HOW THE FABRIC IS MADE

The silkworm feeds on mulberry leaves and spins its cocoon out of silk fibres. Once the moth has left its cocoon, the fibres are steamed and spun into silk. This is what we use in our silk fabric blends.

For a material to be labelled as satin, it has to be composed of long filament fibres – natural silk, polyester, nylon or rayon – woven together with a minimum number of interlacing.

 

OUR PACKAGING