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Sustainability

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Our designs are more than just timeless luxury products that transcend fleeting trends and step away from the fast fashion cycle of the industry – they are also made primarily from natural materials like cashmere, linen and wool. With just two collections a year, we do not produce a surplus of goods. We categorically refuse to destroy articles that have already been produced.

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Production

Our collections are manufactured exclusively in Portugal and Italy, keeping transport routes as short as possible. And we only use overland transport.

All other raw materials like buttons and yarns are also sourced from European production.

Our producers use sustainable energy sources and reduce their emissions of pollutants as well as their water consumption

Packaging

Our shipping cartons are produced sustainably. They are made from 30% grass fiber – a rapidly renewable raw material – and 70% recycled materials. Water-soluble inks are used for printing and integrated bonding technology does away with the need for additional adhesive tape.

Other components of our packaging, e.g. tissue paper and decals, are also made from 70 to 90 percent recyclable materials and are printed with water-soluble inks. Our paper is FSC-certified and elemental chlorine-free bleached.

We use only climate-neutral shipping methods for the dispatch of our goods.

The Oyster Capsule Collection

Why did we name our luxury collection 'Oyster'? It is the inspiring yet very natural specialness of the valuable Sylt oyster in the seabed. This natural originality also defines the jumpers, accessories and trousers from the 'Oyster' collection. We have provided a key piece from each product group with luxurious details down to the smallest element, with fine cashmere or precious mother-of-pearl – from the Sylt oyster, of course.

Why did we name our luxury collection 'Oyster'? It is the inspiring yet very natural specialness of the valuable Sylt oyster in the seabed. This natural originality also defines the jumpers, accessories and trousers from the 'Oyster' collection. We have provided a key piece from each product group with luxurious details down to the smallest element, with fine cashmere or precious mother-of-pearl – from the Sylt oyster, of course.

What does Organic Cotton mean?

Organic cotton is grown from natural, non-GMO seeds and does not contain any pesticides. Not only is this more comfortable for the skin, but organic cotton also lasts longer than conventional cotton, thanks to its high quality. Since nature inspires us to create our styles, its preservation is especially close to our hearts. The use of organic cotton is one of the ways in which we do our bit to ensure sustainable production.

Organic cotton is grown from natural, non-GMO seeds and does not contain any pesticides. Not only is this more comfortable for the skin, but organic cotton also lasts longer than conventional cotton, thanks to its high quality. Since nature inspires us to create our styles, its preservation is especially close to our hearts. The use of organic cotton is one of the ways in which we do our bit to ensure sustainable production.

What does Eco Cashmere mean?

A second life for one of the world's finest natural fibres: the high quality of fine cashmere is predestined to be recycled and thus to reduce waste. For the eco-cashmere we use, pre-owned cashmere is carefully sorted, processed and, together with newly obtained fibres, spun into luxurious knitting yarn. We work exclusively with spinning mills in Italy, saving on transport and CO2 emissions – just one of the high standards of our own sustainability philosophy.

A second life for one of the world's finest natural fibres: the high quality of fine cashmere is predestined to be recycled and thus to reduce waste. For the eco-cashmere we use, pre-owned cashmere is carefully sorted, processed and, together with newly obtained fibres, spun into luxurious knitting yarn. We work exclusively with spinning mills in Italy, saving on transport and CO2 emissions – just one of the high standards of our own sustainability philosophy.