We only make pieces that reflect our values. Quality, beauty and sustainability. On top of giving you a product that lets you conquer life in style, our team is doing our best to reduce the carbon footprint we leave on our earth.
We source fabric only made of recycled materials. The sustainable techno-fabric we use is made of an ECONYL® regenerated Nylon. Composition: 78% Recycled PA/22% EA
Our supplier is certified by the Higg Index. Developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, the Higg Index is a suite of tools that enables brands, retailers, and facilities of all sizes — at every stage in their sustainability journey — to accurately measure and score a company or product's sustainability performance.
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Sustainable fashion benefits...
Sustainable fashion saves natural resources. For every 10,000 tons of ECONYL® material used for athletic wear, 70000 barrels of oil and 57000 tons of Co2 are saved compared to the production of virgin nylon.
Sustainable fashion does not support child labor. Brands that truly follow sustainable & ethical practices protect their rights of garment workers in global supply chains and ensure that no child labor takes places. Further, they make sure that workers have been paid fairly for their work, often above current market rates, and work in safe conditions.
Sustainable fashion saves animal lives. Sustainable brands have started to encourage the use of cruelty-free substitutes, and there is one for approximately every material used in fast fashion. You can find polyester made with waste from the oceans, bags created from recycled seatbelts, sneakers made from plant-based compostables, silk created from mushroom, and bio-fabricated veggie wool. And finally, one of the most needed leather substitutes these days comes from the pineapples produced by using the leaves of pineapples during the harvesting process.
Sustainable fashion requires less water. Water is the primary source in the fashion industry. Water has been used for the dyeing and finishing process of our clothes. To make a single T-shirt, it requires 2,700 litres of water. Especially cotton is highly dependent on water. But they grow in hot and dry areas where water is not found frequently. On the other hand, organic cotton helps in reducing water consumption by 91%, contrasting to conventional cotton. Only 1% of global cotton production is organic due to the high cost of non-GMO seeds. Also, organic cotton sometimes requires extra investment in machinery and materials, which farmers use only for growing organic crops.
Sustainable fashion is healthy for people and planet. Fashion items regularly undergo a long and extreme chemical process before ending up in our closet. About 8,000 different synthetic substances are used to bleach, dye, and wet process garments. Those chemicals sometimes cause diseases or even deaths of workers and impose severe congenital disabilities for their children. So when we consider these harmful effects of chemicals, we must go for sustainable fashion, which is healthy and cruelty-free.