Meet Our Partners
We believe in transparency from beginning to end. Learn about the people who make our garments here.
Founded in 1991 and run by 60 employees, the knitting mill we work with is located in central Germany. Their knowledge and experience lead to knitwear of the highest quality.
COTTON TEXTILE PRODUCER
Our Pima and Tanguis cotton fabrics are produced by a family enterprise in Peru, who work with 160 small farmers in the region. Their facilities were audited by pré in 2017.
Located in Tuscany, a family-run company who specializes in regenerating raw materials from textiles supplies the wool producer from whom we buy our cashmere yarn.
Combining decades of tradition and knowledge about natural fibers with a contemporary, innovative approach, this north Italian wool spinner was our first choice.
INTIMATE WEAR PRODUCER
Founded in 1992, this Portuguese company specializes in delivering extraordinary quality for underwear. All of our underwear is made in Portugal and is fully GOTS-certified.
Founded in 1924 and located in the South-West of Germany, this family-owned company focuses on the production of socks and stockings with exclusively natural fibres.
A sister company of our cotton textile supplier delivers small-scale quantities of skillfully handmade garments. Their facilities are located in Lima, Peru and were audited by pré in 2017.
Discover the Materials we use
Re.Verso is the world’s first cashmere yarn obtained from industry clippings. Unworn raw material is sourced directly at the manufacturer and regenerated into new yarn.
Largely known to be the world’s best cotton, Pima has a very high staple length, resulting in superior feel and longevity. The fibres also have hypoallergenic qualities that soothe the skin.
Tanguis cotton is a special variety that grows almost exclusively within Peru. It is known for its long fibres – 40 % longer and thicker than average cotton – and lasting durability.
The Global Organic Textile Standard is the highest standard of ecological textile production worldwide. It defines environmental requirements for the supply chain of clothing products.