Our standards

Every choice we make has an impact, whether we're aware of it or not. We believe that each one of us has the opportunity and power to create positive changes simply through what we choose to buy. You can always rely on us that we have taken the time to evaluate all of our designers that we carry. Our pieces includes at least one or more of the standards listed below and contain no animal by-products unless recycled or upcycled. We are committed to being transparent and continuously acquiring and searching for new knowledge and innovations so we can continue to grow together.


We believe the welfare of animals shouldn’t be neglected. Pieces that are vegan are free of fur, skin, and animal by-products and have not been tested on animals.


These products allows you to support social, environmental, and animal welfare causes with each purchase. This means a portion of the profits goes towards something that you care about.


This includes upcycled, vintage, or made with recycled materials. By recycling in multiple ways, we are giving our clothes a new life without having it end up in landfills. This helps us works towards a more circular economy.


This includes limited edition or one of a kind pieces that are created by people with a special trade or an artisan background. Artisan work helps to preserve culture, keep traditional crafts alive, and lift families out of poverty.


Organic materials, such as organic cotton, are grown without harmful herbicides, pesticides, and genetically modified seeds (GMOs) which is better for our health and the environment.

fair trade

Fair Trade certified products ensure that producers abide by 10 principles that extend to ensuring opportunities for disadvantaged farmers, fair payment, protection of basic rights, rejection of child and forced labour from supply chains, decent working conditions and respect for the environment.



An approach to the sourcing, design, and manufacture of clothing and goods which is both environmentally and socially conscious.


An approach that uses environmentally-friendly and socially-conscious practices in order to meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations.


An approach to producing and consuming in a way that creates the least amount of negative impacts on the environment. This includes using organic textiles that do not use harmful chemicals.