For people like you and us, who are interested, and share a passion for fashion, culture, art, travel, and cool design but, also, care about how and who makes the stuff we buy there are truly conscious factors that really count when it comes to making a purchase. We are slow fashion, not mass produced. And provide fashion to a consumer currently underserved. We’re looking for ways to produce in a more sustainable manner and be creatively resourceful with the materials we have at our disposal. And we work with other artisans and craftspeople who care about what they do and offer. Michael Guérisse O'Leary of Ernest, a leather goods and accessories concept store in Brussels, Belgium, is a craftsman of exceptional skill, who makes the patches for our denim. They're each stamped with a number in the series for which they are produced, a dedication to the pride and care we put into making each pair. Using craftspeople that share our philosophy for quality and our commitment to sustainable production methods we provide a garment with an unsurpassed level of detail. That’s helping to make a positive impact on how clothes are made. And we're joining forces to provide fair opportunities for everyone in our supply chain. That includes small producers, artisans and use of technologies that make it efficient for us to provide customizable fashion at scale. Visit Ernest Concept store on Rue Flandre, in Brussels, Belgium

Post Date: Last Update: Jan 12, 2020


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