Sustainability is a journey

For us, sustainability is a journey. It is a commitment we make every day through the many decisions we make. We realize we still have a long way to go. We will continue working on our commitment to be a responsible fashion business focused on designing and making products which maintain their quality and functionality over time.

Our little steps

Looking at a pile of barely touched boxes once laying around in our office, we decided to bring them back to life. We are very happy to see that the majority of our clients chooses reused packaging for the delivery of items purchased online. Thank you for not judging a parcel by its package!
Otwarte klatki organization
We have established cooperation with the Otwarte Klatki organization, which brings together entities that want to change the fate of caged animals. We have never used natural fur in our collections and we certainly will not do so in the future.
1% for social initiatives
One of our fundamental principles is to donate a minimum of 1% of our sales income to social initiatives. We created the initiatives program because we want to share what we have.
Zero waste
We try to reduce material losses and production waste as much as possible. We create small capsule collections from surplus materials to find a use for what we have in the best way we can.
Recycled materials
Recycled materials have an increasing share in our collections. In 2020, 100% cotton Denim appeared in our collection, 30% of which is recycled. In the Knitewear collection for 2021, 3 of the 4 models are made partly from recycled yarns. Their share ranges from 20% to 40%.
We launched Relove, because we wanted to let someone else love the items which no longer spark your joy. It is a first second-hand platform created by a Polish clothing brand. You can bring us and buy used items that are still great and ready for the next chapter.
Sharing our experience
Since the beginning of our existence, we took part in over 30 public discussion panels, fashion conferences, speeches during Gdynia Design Days, lecture for the students of the Warsaw School of Economics among many others. Our aim is to educate and share our knowledge and experience with others.


When creating each item, we take into account the aesthetics, quality, functionality and source of materials. Having a choice of the appearance of the material or its proven origin and ethical production, we will always choose the latter option. Each time we check and ask for manufacturers' certificates. The use of ethically produced materials is becoming more and more possible thanks to the growing demands of clothing brands and your interest in this topic.

Materials we use:

  • recycled cotton
  • certified OEKO-TEX® 100 cotton
  • cupro
  • TENCEL™ (Lyocell)
  • ECOVERO™ natural viscose
  • micromodal
  • bamboo fabric
  • GOTS certified organic cotton

Materials we do not use:

  • acrylic fibres
  • fur
  • leather
  • heavy washed denim
  • PVC


We use virgin cotton and recycled cotton blend / CO2 emissions - fossil fuels are replaced with biomass / The production is driven by alternative energy sources - nut husks / Sewn and washed in Poland
Lyocell is a material of the latest generation. It is produced with natural cellulose fiber that is as delicate as skin. Its production is ecological and environmentally-friendly, which we are very proud of!
EcoVero™ viscose is made of wood cellulose derived from sustainable forests. Its production reduces water use up to 50%.
MicroModal® is one of the most sustainable fibers in the textile industry. Up to 95% of the substances used during production are recycled. Lenzing MicroModal® is CO2 neutral.
CERTIFIED LYOCELL / TENCEL™ branded lyocell and modal fibers are produced by environmentally responsible processes from the sustainably sourced natural raw material wood. TENCEL™ fibers are found in the collections of many leading designers and renowned retailers. TENCEL™ Lyocell and Modal fibers help to maintain the environmental balance by being integrated into nature´s cycle. The fibers originate from the renewable raw material wood, created by photosynthesis. The certified biobased fibers are manufactured using an environmentally responsible production process. The fibers are certified as compostable and biodegradable, and thus can fully revert back to nature.
Cupro is an excellent alternative to silk. It is 100% vegan and produced without harmful substances. Its production is ecological and environmentally-friendly, which we are very proud of!
Production of sustainable ECOLIFE yarns is based on the use of mixed fiber yarns to offer a stock service in different colors and yarn counts. During the production process, all of the waste is collected and 80% is reused in the same production process or sold to other spinning plants for the production of thicker yarns for use in other markets.

Garment care

You can help your garments last longer and reduce their environmental impact by caring for them properly. We encourage our customers to: wash our clothes on low temperatures, avoid tumble drying, iron less, dry clean only when absolutely necessary, repair and keep the garments.