We believe no one - humans, animals, and the environment - should be harmed in order for us to enjoy beautiful clothing. That’s why we only source our garments and items from suppliers and factories credited with the highest ethical and sustainable standards.

This year we’ll be opening our very own manufacture in Brazil (the place of birth of one of our founders, Itala)! We’re so excited to be responsible for the whole supply chain of the collection ourselves and can’t wait to share more information on this with you soon.


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Continental Clothing

Produced at factories in India, and Turkey to International Labour Organization and Fair Wear Foundation guidelines. They developed a model of ethical supply chain, from organic cotton fields through spinning, fabric production, dying and wet processing, to final manufacturing and distribution. It also worked alongside Carbon Trust to develop Carbon Neutral garments.

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MUD Jeans

MUD won several awards, such as the Sustainability Leadership Award. Their jeans are made from organic and recycled cotton; they are produced in fair factories, without chemical bleaching or stone washing.

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Thought

All of Thought’s pieces are made from start to finish in the same country, reducing the impact of shipping, and the brand is a founding partner of the Ethical Fashion Forum. They have taken meaningful action to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and has a robust Supplier Code of Conduct to minimise the risk of labour abuse.

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Elvis & Kresse

Since 2005 Elvis & Kresse have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories and donating 50% of profits back to charities. They rescue materials, like genuine decommissioned British fire-hoses, printing blankets, auction banners, tea sacks and parachute silk and turn them into amazing wardrobe staples.