We focus on making responsible
choices in how we make fashion
and how we engage the people
who make our products.
We operate as a “slow fashion” company, meaning we are not trend-focused, we make fewer products with higher quality and design, offer them for longer than traditional fashion cycles, and produce what is actually wanted.
Our process is constantly evolving to make hand-crafted products in better ways to responsibly operate that are outside the “norms” of the traditional supply chain.
Our interests are in the people making our products and investing in their craft. Sustainability isn’t a product, it is a philosophy, and while we strive to be more thoughtful and considered, we are working on solutions as our very small operation slowly grows.
Small Batch Production
We produce in ‘small batches’ and as a made-to-order model. For us, this means we can control our footprint more consciously by producing only what’s requested at one time. This helps to limit waste and over production, and also give predictability and consistent work to the artisans we work with.
We make 1 collection, called a Mood, that is released in multiple Drops offered throughout the changing seasons. This is unlike the traditional fashion seasonal model that does large-scale production by marketing cycle.
We follow a different rhythm where we are producing during our product offering at a slower pace according to the demand.
Long Lasting Garments
Wash Less.Wash with Care.
Pass on the story of this garment to a loved one.
When we care for our items we love them longer, we extend the garment's lifecycle, and it effectively helps our personal impact on the environment. Our products take many hands to bring to life and we pride ourselves in the craft and creating timeless pieces to last a long time.
To ensure these items have a long life, we suggest you take care of the following products by following the care labels within each garment but also you can follow the breakdown of caring for items per fabric content and technique applied.
We are pushing the narrative to think of clothing beyond a commodity, we are not fast fashion. When you are done with the garment, give others a chance to wear it by passing it on to a loved one or find a home who would buy it from you second hand.
We also seek to find ways to reduce excess waste and plastic in our packaging. Our labels are made from 100% recycled fibers, we do not use hang tags that are often thrown away, and avoid new plastic packaging.
This is a part of our practice and we intend to find more ways to integrate biodegradable materials into our packaging as we grow.
We strive to be the most
responsible form of ourselves
and how we operate. This is a
constant evolution and practice.
We will continue to evolve our process of making hand-crafted products and better ways to responsibly operate that are outside the “norms” of the traditional supply chain. Our interests are in the people making our products and investing in their craft. Sustainability isn’t a product, it is a philosophy, and while we strive to be more thoughtful and considered, we are working on solutions as our very small operation slowly grows.