We are proud to say that our collection is 100% made in Poland, ultimately leaving a lighter footprint on the planet.

Sustainability has always been a huge topic within the company, and we’ve spent the last couple of years on creating more responsible and sustainable fashion. We’re dedicated to developing our products in eco-friendlier way, improving how we bring these products to market and ultimately leaving a lighter footprint on the planet.

Our goal is to create clothes that reduce the environmental impact. That’s why we keep our supply chain short and build long-lasting relations with our suppliers based on trust and communication. Our clothes are design to last and to be worn time after time. We use certified fabrics (Oeko-Tex, GOTS, Lenzing) and next year we will go even further.

We are not perfect yet, but we’ve got big plans for the future!


What makes us stand out from the crowd?

The answer is easy! As a result of our strategy our manufacturers went plastic-free! All our orders are shipped in recycled cardboard boxes & we only use paper carrier bags in our stores. Wanna know more

  • We avoid overproduction
  • We use paper hang tags
  • We repurpose fabric scraps into vanity bags or scrunchies
  • We've sourced natural wooden and nacre buttons to sit back with our fabrics

Do not forget! we’re just getting started...


Our office also went green by adopting environmentally friendly policies. Here are our ways:

  • We are keeping things digital whenever possible
  • We are printing using eco-friendly paper, and asking vendors to offer e- statements and invoices
  • We learned how to recycle right!
  • We said no to plastic packaging and poly mailers[/li
  • We are relying more on natural light when possible which also saves energy. I mean, have you seen our windows yet?

Our team is constantly challenging themselves in how we can do better so stay tuned for more sustainability updates!


"Our new collection was made with a sustainable mindset. Our aim is to make better products that last longer hence we’ve been working hard on sourcing new fabrics such as: Tencel, Linen. Wool or Organic Cotton."


TENCEL Lyocell is manufactured from wood pulp in an environmentally friendly closed-loop process. The fabric is also biodegradable. recyclable, and naturally wrinkle-free. It is soft, drapes well, and can be washed, dyed.


Linen is made from the fibre of the eco-friendly flax plant which only needs rainwater to grow = zero irrigation and chemical intervention. It requires much less water than cotton and is good for soil health ( it improves the quality of the next crop by 20 to 30%).


Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture. Organic cotton is softer, hypoallergenic, and last for a long time. But the most important benefit is protecting the ecosystem, reducing wastage of water, and ensuring a safer working environment for the farmers and manufacturers.


Our wool comes from happy sheep that live on small farms. Every year new wool grows on a sheep’s back and can be removed without any harm to the animal. Wool is a natural material and It provides warmth, breathability and all-weather protection. Unlike synthetic materials that are extremely slow to degrade, wool is a natural material that will biodegrade when disposed of.


Oeko-Tex STANDARD label gives you certainity that the article is harmless in human ecological terms. Your skin is permeable, so if you’re wearing clothes that have been processed with harmful chemicals, those chemicals can be absorbed into your body. You should always wash new clothes before you wear them anyway, but the Oeko-Tex certification is your guarantee that your new clothes have been processed without harmful chemicals.

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is an internationally recognised organic textile standard. The aim of the GOTS standard is to ensure organic status for textiles, from harvesting of the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing up to labelling in order to provide a credible assurance to the end consumer.

All LENZING™ standard Lyocell fiber has been certified as compostable and biodegradable under industrial, home, soil and marine conditions, thus it can fully revert back to nature.