The fashion industry is one of the main contributors to pollution.
Both producers and customers hold the responsibility to make it better by changing our habits when producing and consuming.
At Citron Jaune, we try our best to deliver a product with good quality and design that you can enjoy from one season to the next. We choose carefully our materials and processes using the slow fashion principles: small series, using extra stocks fabrics from big factories, and recycling our materials waste.
You can also play a significant part in making fashion more sustainable by using eco-friendly detergents, avoid repeated washes and ... Mend and repair instead of throwing.
We are a small workshop collaborating with textile and the artisan community, but also factories that share our ethics and values.
Producing in Madagascar is a social choice that is challenging but we are proud of that. Ever since the beginning of fashion longtime, Madagascar has actively participated in the fashion industry behind the scenes due to its its vibrant culture and knowhow. At Citron Jaune we wanted to highlight this heritage and dignify the working conditions of Malagasy women and hopefully see a social impact.