Our brand has this desire to go back to basics, reduce production to limited quantities, ensure quality manufacturing without exploitation and maintain a fair price.
All our garments are made in Europe (Switzerland and Poland) to ensure good working conditions and fair wages for people working in the fashion industry.
Each garment is thought, designed and developed in Switzerland to ensure the quality and reliability of the products to meet the needs of today's women.
We incorporate fabrics made entirely from recycled plastic recovered from the oceans. We then use smartly designed fabrics in all of our clothing.
Each collection is produced in limited editions to guarantee exclusivity to our customers and to allow us to offer you the highest quality of ethical and ecological products .
CUSTOMIZABLE OR DIY (DO-IT-YOURSELF)
We want to make consumers aware of the need to change the fashion industry. To promote sustainable fashion brands in Switzerland or designers for their value, know-how, ethics and the quality of their clothes.
All the pieces in the collections are distinguished by a palette of subtle shades designed to sublimate every woman. Fashion that is elegant, original, structured and made to last. The brand is not only the signature of a young designer, it is also that of a modern vision of the fashion of the future.
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To reduce our environmental impact we use materials such as Tencel/ lyocell, cotton and recycled plastic. We use reusable packaging made from recycled materials when shipping to customers.
The quantity of clothing produced per year is a real problem, so we remain in an eco-responsible approach: a small production and to avoid a decrease in natural resources, the use of plastic waste.
All garments are made in Europe, so they travel a relatively short distance between production and sale. This allows us to save fuel and thus reduce our ecological footprint.
Clothes produced in an eco-responsible way, respecting European labour law. We regularly visit the factories we work with, so that we can meet and get to know the people who make our clothes.