In an industry that’s known for operating in an opaque manner, we like to err on the
side of TMI. We believe that full disclosure is the key to earning your trust, which is why we
are transparent about everything we do—starting with the way we value our clothes. We never want
to price our customers out of making
a difference, so we made it our mission to show you where every penny goes from every garment.
To take a closer look behind our price tags, click on any product on our website
and you will find a detailed breakdown of all our direct and indirect costs for each garment,
giving you a detailed overview of what goes into pricing our clothes. Since we’re all about the
details, every garment on our website also features important information like what materials were
production and a background of the fabric, including its characteristics and environmental impact.
Fabrics & Dyes
Experience teaches us that we only begin to change our habits by altering what we have the most control over. As a fashion brand, this meant changing how we perceive our products, choose our materials, and run our supply chains.
We live in a material world and those very materials are the catalysts for change when it comes to sustainability. This is why we exclusively use sustainably-certified fibres that are minimally processed and don’t rely on toxic or carcinogenic chemicals to create our clothing.
Keeping our people, planet and its finite resources in mind, all our products are 100% vegan and free of animal cruelty.
To make good on our sustainable promise, we make a point to only source plant-based materials like: GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, Hemp, Linen, LENZING™ TENCEL™, LENZING™ EcoVero™ Viscose, Lyocell, Bamboo and Vegan Silk.
Our dyestuffs and trims are tested against the Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification—this ensures our certified products meet the strict limit values for harmful chemicals and are not present in critical concentrations. This certification also provides you with the guarantee that our clothes contain trace amounts of formaldehyde* that are significantly lower than the acceptable limits according to the Global Organic Textile Standard.
*Formaldehyde is a chemical and cancer-causing carcinogen that is commonly used in fast fashion to prevent mildew, wrinkling and parasites during shipping.