The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world.
The amount of water, energy and chemicals used in the process of making the fabrics are outrageous.
On this page, we would like to tell you more about the
sustainable brands and fabrics we sell.
Get an insight on the following topics of our brands.
In which countries do the brands
How do the brand dye the fabrics they use
What kind of fabrics are used by the brands? Are they using sustainability standards?
What do they focus on when they design and produce their items/clothes?
About Arianne is a shoe brand for women 100% made in Spain.
They manufacture every pair of shoes in Elche (Alicante)
and work in a local studio in Poblenou, Barcelona.
100% made in Spain. They manufacture every pair of shoes in Elche
(Alicante) and work at their local studio in Poblenou, Barcelona.
They supports local craftsmanship by partnering with artisan Marc Morro.
They use top natural leathers and select the best (vegan)
materials ever in the traditional manufacturing process in Elche.
As for the dyes, they only work with providers using the Europe Reach
certificate, which guarantees all their products are under
0,1% (3mg) chrome in weight.
Ancáns collection of handcrafted accessories combines
age-old techniques with a modern design aesthetic.
Firmly rooted in their Filipino heritage.
They manufactured in different regions, depending on material and
method. Right now majority is in the Philippines--Cebu, Capiz, and
Aklan in Visayas, Laguna, Bicol and Manila which are all in Luzon,
and some in Jaipur and Kolkata in India.
A lot of our materials Ancán is using, make use of natural fibers s
pun into thread for textile weaving-this always begins with manually picking out material from the plant, hand-processing like scraping, etc.
washing, sun-drying, knotting by hand and then finally weaving
them on a hand-loom
Dyes are used sometimes, depending on the material.
It's a long process and this is what they find valuable and beautiful.
Ancán donates a part of all proceeds to the
Right Start Foundation who are providing creative caring spaces
for the poorest children in the community.
Cus is a sustainable Spanish brand. They like to create warm
shades of color from nature.
All their garments are produced by responsible manufacturing
partners to whom we work with side-by-side on a daily basis.
They do not outsource, they know who makes our clothes.
They select all their fabrics according to high quality standards and
from companies that demonstrate an ongoing commitment to reducing environmental impact. Their suppliers work with GOTS certification.
The clothing is dyed in Europe and is completely free of
any toxic substances. Wastewater is treated before returning
it to nature. They use certified dyes like GOTS and Oeko-Tex®.
By Signe stands for honest and sustainable fashion
without compromise. Whenever possible, they keep their fabrics
unbleached and only in natural colours.
Their collection is produced in the brands own socially responsible
and eithical atelier in Turkey. Silk-styles and knitwear-pieces of their collections
are produced by small local suppliers each specialized in their
niche fiber. The manufacturing is built on European principles, bringing
positive changes directly to the lives of the employees, in a safe and
All fabrics are organic and certified by
‘The Global Organic Textile Standard’ (GOTS)
All dyes used at any time are GOTS certified which means that no heavy
metal dyes have been used, no finishing chemicals or other toxic
chemicals and that they are all free from pesticides. If a textile
is whitened, this is achieved with oxybleach, a low impact,
RIta Row started in 2013 in Figueres, Girona in Spain. They aim at the young
professional women of the world, while having a more than
professional look on the way make their clothes themselves.
100% of their garments are manufactured on the Iberian
Peninsula with 55% locally made in Spain and 45% from sustainable
Threads and fabrics come from throughout Europe
(in particular from Spain, Italy, and France).
The majority of our fabrics have the prestigious
OEKO TEX certificate.
Young Frankk is a creative studio with a focus on handcrafted
jewelry, founded in 2012 by artist and designer Christine Young.
The collection is made in Los Angeles and designed
in Richmond, Virginia
Plated with a thicker plating than the standard gold plating
and finished off with a coating for anti-tarnish and extended wear.
They work with recycled metals, locally made materials
along with local resources to minimize our environmental impact
The Nude Label
The Nude Label The Nude Label is an ethical underwear brand.
Born from a need of appealing yet comfy undies with a
good fit and support for women's everyday life.
All their pieces are made in a family-run factory in Valencia, Spain.
They make sure their production team has a healthy and safe working
environment, are being paid fairly, have freely chosen employment.
Each worker is specialized in a different area of process.
Fabrics are certified with GOTS and OEKO-TEX 100 Standard.
They are also members of the Better Cotton initiative.
Dyes used must meet certain environmental and
toxicological criteria. Also, a functional wastewater treatment plant
is mandatory for any wet-processing unit involved and processors
must comply with minimum social criteria.
Sunad is a Spanish brand based out of Madrid. They believe in
bringing back timeless classics using only natural fibres.
Made In Spain brand, at which all the products are designed,
cut and assembled in Spain.
They only use fabrics that are 100% natural.
They don't dye the clothes themselves, their fabric suppliers provide
them dyed or weaved in already dyed yarns.
They ask their suppliers for their certificates to make sure that they're
following the correct processes. Most of them are GOTS certified.
The Table designs table wear, fairly made in Thailand,
environmentally friendly and plastic free packed.
The Table Amsterdam work with great craftsmen from all
over the world. Almost everything is handmade.
The founders both love handmade and craft.
They are sustainable as much as possible.
The companies and people they work with work
are according to the standards of the World Fair Trade
Organization: fair payment and good
They compensate 110% of their CO2 emissions through
the Climate Neutral Group by investing slightly more than
1% of their turnover in efficient ovens for people who cook on wood.
This makes them climate positive.
The Table Amsterdam is plastic-free. Together with the makers of
their products, they developed packaging made of cardboard and
paper, so that they do not have to use plastic.
Frama is a multi-disciplinary design brand that creates
lifestyle objects that inspire the senses
and encourage mindful living.
With an emphasis on natural materials, simple geometries,
and uncompromising quality, Frama’s work connects the
imaginative with the practical, resulting in a uniquely warm
and honest aesthetic.
The Danish brand returns to basics by creating objects with an
honest and pure look, and a natural finish.
Frama uses natural oak and produces in Europe.
Organic cotton is a natural, soft and healthy fiber for the skin, which offers a maximum of comfort. To meet the criteria for GOTS certification, at least 95% of the fabric composition must be produced by organic agricultural standards.
Organic cotton is grown using methods that have a low impact on the environment. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxics, persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
Silk is a natural protein fibre, some forms of which can be woven into textiles. The cocoon (including larva) is boiled .This heat is used to soften the hardened filaments so they can be unwounded and be extracted.
The cocoon contains around 3000 meter wire.
Silk is the only natural material that consists of fibres and filaments.
Tencel is the registered trademark of Lenzing for lyocell. It is a 100% natural and highly durable material (Tencel has the European Ecolabel). Tencel is made from the cellulose of eucalyptus wood.
This wood comes from special, sustainably managed forests where a new tree is planted for each used bean. The production of the material takes place via a closed system whereby water and solvents are permanently recycled..
Linen is a very durable, strong fabric. The fibres are resistant to damage
from abrasion. Linen is made of flax. Flax is a food and fibre crop cultivated
in the cooler regions of the world.
It's a bast fibre obtained from the stalk of the plant and the second
most important fibre in the textile production. It's termed 'linen' once
it is spun into a yarn and woven or knitted into a fabric.
Viscose, also known as rayon, is a fabric that feels nice and soft, absorbs moisture well and has a luxurious look.
Viscose is also called a semi-natural fiber. This is because viscose is made from natural wood fibers, but the processing of this natural raw material is a chemical process.