Support our values and a fair economy
Our prices reflect our values, which encompass the entire supply chain:
Quality, as we choose to produce in Italy, valuing the work of artisans and utilizing natural and biodegradable materials. Sustainability, as we use low-impact, recycled and recyclable yarns, and produce our garments within a 30 km radius of our office.** Responsibility**, because we believe in fair wages and respect for the rights of those who make our clothes.
Take part in the circular economy
RECYCLED AND RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
This recycled wool garment is made from a pre-consumer industrial surplus which is sorted by color, transformed into new fibers and carded. Starting from this, a new wool cloth is woven and then reinforced with recycled polyamide, partially sourced from old fishing net.
Sorting the surplus before recycling avoids a large consumption of water and synthetic pollutants, which would otherwise be needed in case of a new dyeing process.
Support local artisans
MADE IN ITALY
This garment is meticulously handcrafted in Selvaggia's workshop, HPGL, located just 14 km from our office. We rely on this family-run company led by a female figure for some of our pieces in the cut and sewn collection.
In 2022, we initiated a supply chain sustainability monitoring project focusing on social sustainability aspects with the help of the auditing company Bureau Veritas. Selvaggia's company will be subject to this verification by 2025.
Contribute to our social project
NEI NOSTRI PANNI PROJECT
For every purchase made on our online shop, we donate €2 to the social impact project Nei Nostri Panni. This project aims to safeguard the artisanal skills of textile recycling in Prato, which are at risk of being lost without a new generation taking up these crafts. The donation will contribute to funding paid training for migrants coming from local reception centers. This initiative combines social integration with the preservation of traditional craftsmanship.
Thanks to presale it’s possible to get a discount and avoid creating overproduction.
For presales that are longer than 2 weeks, the closer you get to the shipping date, the more the discount applied will decrease, never going below 10%.
The presale ends one day before the date indicated.