We are committed to producing less, at a slower pace, using only durable, natural, and easily biodegradable materials.
We trace our supply chain, which is short and transparent, so that you know exactly where what you wear comes from.
We encourage you to buy only the pieces you need, use them as much as possible, and we help you repair them when they get damaged.
We do all this because we believe that together we can change the way we consume and build a better future.
It all started with our passion for natural fibers. When one of our pieces reaches the end of its life cycle, it will easily biodegrade without releasing microplastics. Our materials are of the highest quality, durable, and certified, and we source them with respect for the planet and people.
The manufacturing tradition is a heritage that we want to protect, enhance, and prepare for the future by connecting medium and small craft workshops to a community of people worldwide.
On each product page of our website, you can find out the supply chain of the knit from the raw material through spinning, the artisan who crafted it, the finishing touches, and finally, the packaging. We also calculate the resource savings compared to products made with standard materials and offshore production.
MADE TO ORDER
Overproduction is one of the main factors of pollution in industry. By choosing a made-to-order piece, you can help reduce waste and receive a knit made just for you.
THE REPAIR PROGRAM
If your knitwear piece gets damaged over time, you can repair it with our Repair Kit from the comfort of your home or send it to our artisans to refurbish it and give it a second life.
THE IMPERFECT SELECTION
The Imperfect selection collects those pieces that we have repaired and refurbished, knits that had some minor problem during production, and old versions that have undergone some change in fit or design.
Among the milestones achieved in the past year: we have begun measuring our carbon footprint, 100% of our products undergo Life Cycle Assessment, and 88% of our supply chain is traced.
To find out more, you can read our Impact Report.