A NEW ERA
A year of constant evolution.
And we are only getting started.
The New Year is Here.
It’s been a painstaking few months of research for our designer Luiza. Made particularly tough with travel restrictions in place. Despite that she’s managed to design a very limited set of items, compiled from the finest silk, Tencel, and recycled fabrics. This collection represents not only the sustainable development that we strive to have at our core, but a new era of designs emboldened by travel in a time where travel is truly limited.
With the introduction of Tencel fabrics a fully sustainable fiber made from responsibly sourced wood, high grade natural Silk Crepe, and a complete revamp of our production capacity to now exclusively use overrun materials we are now proudly etching towards a fully sustainable production.
Waste? What’s that again?
With scarce resources it’s time to think outside the box. Through the ages silk has always been regarded as the finest of fabrics, and this comes with its scarcity. Its a shame, that in our industry when products get overproduced and unsold no matter the scarcity it will be wasted, unappreciated, and unworn.
We’ve decided enough is enough. We now only produce set quantities of each item and re-use each and every last fiber of material that we own. You can be certain that your item is uniquely yours.
We Were Not Kind to Our Planet.
148 Million Tons.
By 2030 the fashion industry will produce 60% more waste than it already does1, growing at an unprecedented rate.
An ever-growing throwaway attitude, dwindling quality, and the cycle of seasons etched into the culture of fashion, result in rampant overproduction leaving 40% of clothes unsold and unworn1.
It’s Time to Do Better.
It’s Time to Change.
Our commitment to sustainability drove us to innovate how we make clothes. Textile waste is a massive issue in the fashion industry so we decided enough was enough.
We want to be part of the solution not the problem.
We’ve scrapped fashion seasons altogether, and bring you only our finest selection of items throughout the year. The era of slow fashion is here. Overrun production is now a thing of the past as we’ve completely phased out collections. Only crafting small groups of items every few months to ensure that every bit of fabric we use finds its kindred soul.
Every Item, Something Truly Special.
Standing by our proud craftsmanship each piece is only crafted in limited quantities, making them something truly special. If some of the fabric is left over, we make sure to recycle what we don’t use in our future designs.
Koszewska, M. (2018, December 07). Circular Economy — Challenges for the Textile and Clothing … Retrieved November 11, 2020, from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326546054_Circular_Economy_-_Challenges_for_the_Textile_and_Clothing_Industry