We all wear the stories of the people that make our clothes. Who we work with, where are clothes are made, how they are made, and the impact they have both socially and on the environment is really important, which is why we've chosen workshops that share our beliefs. We chose to have our clothes made in Italy because we didn't want to compromise on quality or style.
The companies we’ve partnered with pay a living wage to their workers (click here to find out the difference between a minimum wage & a living wage), provide a good working environment, use traditional methods and respect the environment. Most of them are family businesses and something unique about all of them is that they pay their workers are paid a regular salary, not based on the amount of pieces that they finish, this promotes quality ahead of quantity.