our factories

We’re reducing our environmental impact by working with the best ethical factories around the world. When it comes to choosing where to make our products, we evaluate factory partners based on fair wages, reasonable working hours, labor conditions, and a shared vision around environmental and social responsibility.


You may have noticed that several brands frequently release new styles. New drops every week, monthly restocks, and a never-ending flood of new things are in your inbox and feed. For us, this is a red flag in any clothing brand that claims to be responsible, slow, or sustainable. With large-scale production, companies produce more clothing without knowing how well it would sell, generating more waste from those extra units and increasing emissions when transporting and flying huge shipments worldwide. We don't do that. We don't create seasonal collections; instead, we add new permanent items to our range. Since quality is a core value of our business, we put a lot of effort into ensuring that every batch of clothes we produce meets our standards. By choosing smaller production runs, we know what our customers exactly want, and we are able to sell through everything that we produce.

WRAP certified

All of the factories in our supply chain are WRAP certified. WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the certification of lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing throughout the world. The objective of the Apparel Certification Program is to independently monitor and certify compliance with the following standards, ensuring that a given factory produces sewn goods under lawful, humane and ethical conditions.

1. Compliance with Laws & Workplace Regulations
2. Prohibition of Forced Labor
3. Prohibition of Child Labor
4. Prohibition of Harassment or Abuse
5. Compensation & Benefits
6. Hours of Work
7. Prohibition of Discrimination
8. Health and Safety
9. Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining
10. Environment
11. Customs Compliance
12. Security


We strongly believe that having fair working conditions for those who produce our products is a crucial part of sustainable production. Our producers' WRAP certification ensures that employees producing our products have 8-hour workdays and are offered employee benefits such as transportation, insurance, health checks, food, child care, and maternity leave.

Sweatshop Free Manufacturing

Labor abuse continues to exist today. Some facilities have unsafe working conditions and extended hours, many even have inadequate pay scales. Inhumane practices within the fashion industry still exist and need to be stopped. We are committed to the fair treatment of workers throughout our entire supply chain.

We are working with our global supply chain partners to create conditions so that:

1. No worker pays for their job.

2. Workers retain control of their travel documents and have full freedom of movement.

3. Every worker knows the basic terms of their employment before leaving home.

We certify that none of our cotton is sourced from China's Xinjiang Region, where there is evidence of the use of prison labor and situations of forced labor.

Sustainability Report Icons

Now with each collection release, you can find the various sustainable methods we follow under the "Sustainability Report" tab of our product pages.