We are committed to working closely with our supply chain partners who see to it that everyone involved in the making of our products is paid a fair wage, working at a sustainable pace for work-life balance, and doing what they love. Our commitment to the people we work with goes hand in hand with our adherence to environmentally sustainable practices and materials. By producing fewer, but higher quality garments with seasonless appeal, we hope to inspire and enable you to consume more consciously—wearing and enjoying our pieces for years to come.
We respect and acknowledge the rich history and cultural traditions of the makers and their craft, and we are dedicated to preserving and celebrating their stories and time-honored techniques. We aim to create a global design community through this intercultural dialogue and collaboration, meaningfully connected across continents through a mutual love of exceptional craft.
We believe in ethical sourcing and manufacturing, where we maintain a close, transparent relationship with the people making our products. All of our sewing is done in a worker-owned factory, which we travel to when developing our products and selecting fabrics. We collaborate with artisans who are given the opportunity to work from home to maintain familial bonds. We also work with an NGO in the Kachchh (Kutch) region of India dedicated to facilitating connections between artisans and designers worldwide and enabling new audiences to discover their craftsmanship. Our bond with our production partners extends beyond manufacturing—we are family.
Our entire design process is committed to environmentally sustainable practices, and we’re continuously looking for ways to improve. These are the current manufacturing processes we abide by:
Learn more about our sustainable practices here