Eco-friendly fabrics and materials
The production of fabrics is something really bad for the environment. No matter how you look at it. Even bamboo fabrics or fabrics from recycled plastics are bad because of all the chemical materials that are being used to make these. We are trying to find the best solution to work for a better planet.
Because we don't want to produce any new fabrics we buy the 'left overs' from the manufacturers.
Fabric manufacturers are always producing too many fabrics so at the end they have some 'left overs' that nobody wants anymore. Because we don't want to produce any new fabrics we buy the 'left overs' from the manufacturers. We are using these fabrics till the last meter so we don't have any waste. This way our production is also really small so we don't produce too many pieces.
We make sure that all the small things we use are recycled as well:
The labels for the Cuba collection are printed on second hand T-shirts and all cut by hand. The ones for the Bali collections are produced by 100% recycled threads.
All the boxes we use to send your packages are reused carton boxes. As for all the printed files and advertisements: postcards, invoices, flyers,... These are all printed on recycled paper.
The lingerie is handmade by the designer herself in her atelier in Belgium.
The production of the pole wear is done by a manufacturer in Portugal, this is why our collections are a bit more expensive. The Portuguese manufacturers are known for their high quality production. We don't produce outside of Europe because we try to minimise the transports.