All our items are produced in India, where I studied, lived and fell in love with the richness, quality and history of Indian fabrics. All of our collections are limited in order to respect the individuality of each woman.
Seven people work at our factory:
Verender, known as masterjee, cuts our samples, making each piece come alive after we deliver our designs and choice of fabrics.
Satbir, the gentleman who cuts each sample by hand (not machine). With this added detail quality grows one more step, as every millimetre adds up to the perfect fitting.
Vijay, Ramesh, Ranjeet, Omar – the gentlemen who stitch each item, finalising the product and materialising the entire ideia. Here we analyse every detail closely, fitting the garments as much as necessary to reach perfection for our citizens.
Arish – the gentleman who folds and performs quality control.
The factory with which we work was awarded a quality certificate from the Indian government. Our workers receive a living wage, health benefits and school fees for those with small children.
On any average working day there are three breaks for chai and one for lunch. Work begins at 10h and finishes at 19h." (Maria Ôchoa Pires)
We are faithful to the principle of zero waste and do not use plastic under any circumstance: our price tags are made from recycled paper and our bags are made with waste and deadstock fabric at our factory.
Bamboo fibre with Linen fibre
Milk Fibre of banana tree with linen
Banana Tree Fibre
Aloe Vera Fibre
Peace Silk (Non-Violent)
All of our natural fabrics have an organic certificate." (Maria Ôchoa Pires)