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WHY THE FASHION INDUSTRY IS THE SECOND LARGEST POLLUTER IN THE WORLD.

The Fast Fashion Industry is the second largest polluter in the world. To produce garments in big quantities, a lot of water is used and dumped back in to rivers filled with chemicals. Polluting around 20% of our rivers and seas. Shipping these big quantities all over the world after manufacturing isn't helping our environment either. It is estimated that the fashion industry is responsible for 10% of global carbon emissions. 

Europeans use nearly 26 kilos of textiles and discard about 11 kilos of them every year. Used clothes can be exported outside the EU, but are mostly (87%) incinerated or landfilled.

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WE ARE THE FUTURE OF FASHION.

By creating hand made garments of natural fibers, recycled fabrics and fabrics with a OEKO- TEX certificate, we want to be the start of a new generation of fashion brands.

Because what we do today, effects the future.

The volume of clothing produced is key. We concentrate with our ready to wear collection on producing fewer garments of higher quality materials. So that your garment has a longer life span and we do not over stock. all of our  "TEE-Shirts" are made of 100% Organic cotton. Organic cotton crops use less water then conventional cotton and are not treated with pesticides that are harmful to animals, farmers and consumers.

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Sustainable Packaging

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No need to feel guilty or apologize for yet another package delivered at your home.

We have made sure that your order is being shipped to you in the most eco-friendly way and that you can enjoy your unboxing experience that isn’t tarnished by excessive amounts of non-recyclable plastic.

None of the above studio complete packaging, tissue paper, sticker and boxes are make of recycled and eco-friendly materials. 

Plus with each new order we make for packaging, a tree is planted in the rain forrest.