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Our belief in becoming eco-friendly is just as important as having a characteristic design as a brand. We have found a call on the sustainable fashion market for a strong and charismatic style. Sustainability in fashion is a need for everyone, also for people who like colors in fashion and would like to try out special cuts or even brave combinations.

There are so many ways to run a sustainable brand we would like to mention below a few how we think it is the best to do.

Slow stock
We keep a minimal stock to avoid waste production. Most of our garments are available only for ‘made-to-order’. We believe there is no need to buy something just because you can afford it. Buy something that you desire! This is the best way to keep sustainable.

We use up all the purchased material in our stock, no matter what season is the print or fabric belongs to. Small pieces go to small storing bags, even smaller become filling of other products.

Fair trading
Ethically managed brand, we work together with manufacturers who provide a fair living wage and decent working conditions. Working mainly with local manufacturers, our products are made only in the EU.

Our fabrics
•    ORGANIC COTTON is renewable, and biodegradable, making it an excellent choice as an environmentally-friendly fiber throughout its entire product life cycle. We use GOTS-certified cotton.
•    RECYCLED PLASTIC supports the recycling industry and the companies that are embracing change. It saves energy, and resources, and rescues these plastics from landfills where they can take thousands of years to break down. Certification code: CU1013814GRS-2020-00030163
•    SCHAPPE is a sustainable silk fiber, the schappe yarn is made from degummed silk waste.
•    FSC viscose certification guarantees that materials came from forests managed with consideration for people, wildlife, and the environment. Certification code: TUEV-COC-001224
•    VISCOSE is made from renewable plants, it is eco-friendly and biodegradable (takes about 6 weeks to decompose).
•    LINEN is a sustainable fabric because the entire flax plant can be woven into a fiber, which means that almost no waste is leftover from the spinning and weaving process.

Some of our stock fabrics go to charity to daycares, schools such as Steiner style schools. For the last 2 years, we have supported students’ final works on sustainable fashion at the KBWI. We have supported the DOLLS OF UNICEF program for children in living disadvantaged circumstances such as refugees. The Hungarian Gyermekszív Foundation, children with heart disease during the pandemic of 2020 have received 100 washable facial masks made by our manufacturers.

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