We produce conscious fashion respecting nature and the human being.

Manufacturing in Europe allows us to have better control over the production of our garments, the non-use of child labor and the guarantee of respect for workers' rights.

Our fabrics are made with natural yarns manufactured in Portugal, thus optimizing the transport chain and contributing to the reduction of pollution and the use of solid fuels.

We contribute to the reduction of waste and the felling of trees by eliminating the vegetable paper inside the garments that is incorporated when folding them before their shipment.

In order to obtain and guarantee a higher quality of the product in terms of health and sustainability, tints, prints, washes, etc. of our garments are made under the strictest control, certified by STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

What is the Oeko Tex standard 100 certificate?

The Standard 100 certificate of OEKO TEX® It is an independent system that verifies that there are no harmful substances neither in textiles nor in the manufacturing phases of a certain product.

What criteria does Oeko Tex standard 100 follow?

Since 1992 when it came into force, STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® conducts scientifically based testing and testing methods. With a strict catalog of measurements, OEKO-TEX® considers general regulations, chemical substances harmful to health (even if they are not yet regulated by legislation), the European Regulation on Chemical Substances (REACH for its acronym in English) and numerous classes of substances relevant for the environment .

To obtain an OEKO-TEX® certificate, the product is subjected to several tests, having to pass a long list of Oeko Tex results. Not only the materials used but also the requesting company, the quality assurance and the production processes are analyzed. In order to obtain and guarantee a higher quality of the product in terms of health and sustainability.