We love that our fabrics are all-natural! Made out of cotton and viscose, we source our materials from large factories with excess fabrics. These dormant stocks are then carefully inspected and only the finest ones are taken to our workshop in Madagascar. This ensures that new waste isn’t created and old materials aren’t wasted.
Our accessories are made using high-quality raffia fibres and zebu horns, both of which are found locally. We do, however, respect the seasonality of raffia and only buy it during its harvest season to allow these beautiful crops to regenerate.
We‘re proud to say that ninety-five per cent of our products are certified by Oeko-Tex and BCI (Better Cotton Initiative), meaning that every component of our clothes and accessories is free from harmful substances.
Keeping it local
To limit our carbon footprint, we try to source all our fabrics locally, while doing our best to recycle and reuse materials whenever possible (which makes for a great creative challenge).
Because we use whatever fabrics we have available, the quantities per style are limited. This works in our customers’ favour because it means that only very few people will be sporting the same outfit as they are. But you needn’t worry, as we re-edit our classic masterpieces over the seasons without compromising their quality.