Our suppliers are our partners

Ananas Anam

The Piñatex® we work with is a patented material developed by Ananas Anam. Inspired by the abundance of natural resources and the long-standing use of plant fibres in traditional weaving in the Philippines, Dr. Carmen Hijosa, the founder of Ananas Anam created a new, non-woven textile using pineapple leaf fibre, for a more sustainable future that connects people, the environment and economies. The production of Piñatex® also provides positive social economic impact while maintaining a low environmental footprint throughout its life cycle.

Portugalia Cork

We have partnered with Portugalia Cork for our cork fabrics. They ensure that the natural cork used in their production is extracted from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified forests, a certification that recognizes that the forests and operations are managed to the highest international, social, and environmental standards, ensuring that the cork-bark extraction is done without harming cork trees. The cork is natural, eco-friendly, biodegradable and extremely versatile.


The recycled fabrics that we use in our inner linings come from Khaloom, a corporate that represents a group of passionate weavers based out of a weaver's colony in Bangalore, India. They use traditional handlooms to upcycle recycled yarns into high-quality fabrics. Their use of handlooms keeps the craft locally embedded, energy neutral, and culturally relevant. This helps shape a socially fair and circular economy around the textiles sector in India. It is pertinent to note that Khaloom not only pays their weavers 2-3 times the statutory minimum wage set in India, but also is a role model for women in the textile sector, which has otherwise been dominated by men in India.

YKK Fastening partners Group

Our recycled zippers are from YKK Japan, world leaders in production and innovation when it comes to zippers and fasteners. The NATULON® zippers we use are manufactured in a resource-conserving process that recycles PET bottles, old fibre and other polyester remnants. YKK is committed to ensuring fair labour conditions for safety and health, fair hours and wages, fair business practices as well as environmental sustainability related policies that govern their energy consumption, air and water pollution management, as well as their waste and chemical management systems.

Amar Kutir

Amar Kutir is a cooperative centre for the promotion of arts and crafts and our partners for sourcing Khesh based out of West Bengal. Set up in the early 1920s to promote rural arts of the region the cooperative today partners with weaver communities across multiple villages within the district. Apart from being a primary employment source for a lot of women within the community, they are also a Fair Trade certified organisation.

Adriano Di Marti

Desserto was developed as an alternative to animal leather by Adrián López Velarde and Marte Cázarez. They had this idea after working in the furniture automotive and fashion industries where they identified the problem of environmental pollution. Thus, Adriano Di Marti was founded and they focussed on developing Desserto. They successfully showcased Desserto in October, 2019 in Milan, Italy.