our designers

Our passion is finding independent designers of great talent who produce with integrity and care. We encourage transparency in fashion to ensure that all our carefully curated brands produce in fair and environmentally friendly ways. Brand stories powered by PROVENANCE.
 

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MATKA

MATKA is a womenswear label from Spain that creates versatile, timeless and lasting pieces. All garments are handcrafted one-of-a-kind pieces or very limited editions. MATKA follows fair-trade principles and produces ethically in Kathmandu, Nepal in close collaboration with two small teams of local artisanal weavers, tailors, and dyers. 


 
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SWEDISH STOCKINGS

A forerunner in sustainable nylon stockings, Swedish Stockings make beautiful and durable pantyhose with a great fit from recycled yarn. All products are ethically produced in certified Italian factories that engage in sustainable practices including the use of environmentally friendly dyes, post-dyeing water treatment and the use of solar power. 

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LÖV

LÖV is a sustainable underwear brand made by women for women whose goal is to empower woman through comfortable modern underwear. The brand works with a small production site in Slovakia with a team of three women, and uses only high quality, GOTS and OEKO-TEX certified sustainable materials sourced in Europe. 


 

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LANA SIBERIE

London-based designers Lana Siberie craft a unique range of raw essence items from vintage, handmade and plant-based materials. All Lana Siberie garments are made with reverence and commitment; consideration for the ecology and the desire to align to the respectful and authentic symbiosis of man and his habitat - nature. 


 
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MARTINE JARLGAARD

The finely crafted garments are entirely made in Europe and consist of organic, recycled, Oeko-Tex certified and Italian luxury mills’ surplus fabrics. The brand has worked with Centre for Sustainable Fashion, supported by Kering Group and the European Development Fund, for the advancement of ethical and sustainable fashion.