A consideration for our production methods and our product life cycles has been with us in the studio from day one. The creative process from working on new print designs to sewing garments is something we have always enjoyed while continually working to improve our skills we appreciate those who help us create our products. We want to ensure they are treated fairly within the production of our products in addition to considering the impact of our products on communities and the environment.
All of our product shapes start as samples created by hand in the studio and are manufactured by a range of skilled makers in a range of mainly natural materials, or natural blends all chosen for their particular properties including durability & luxurious finish. The time taken for a maker to skilfully craft our products adds value and the long term benefits. In our studio we have an increased awareness towards our planet and a greater conscious and believe in buying fewer products that are higher in value to allow a fairer distribution of retail price throughout the production chain creating a stronger cycle in production. Our continual aim is to source skilled makers to create our collections at the best possibly price for our customers hence the mix of products, materials and price ranges.
Our buying conscious is always to purchase with the purpose so that a new garment, accessory or bag becomes a permanent fixture in our wardrobe. And this is something we would like to pass onto you. We actively encourage you to style items differently over time so they can be worn for weddings, special occasions and in your everyday lives. To us everyday is special, life is a joy and we love seeing people feel good especially in what they choose to wear. With life being a joy we see it as our job to find ways to express this for every occasion and to create as bright & beautiful a world as possible.
We hope that when buying a product from us, it also becomes a permanent fixture in your wardrobe to be enjoyed for years to come.
‘Maybe we are no longer the industry of newness because that was taken by technology, but we’re still an industry of a man and a woman, of a thread and a needle, of fabric and a dream’ Alber Elba