Where we make our clothes
Our creations are mindfully made in small quantities to avoid excessive production. We believe in manufacturing garments local to where the raw materials ( fabrics/ trims etc) are sourced. Everything we create is 100% designed in Ireland including all of our prints and embroideries which are drawn and hand-painted by designer Faye Anna in the FéRí studio in Wexford .
IRELAND-A large percentage of our collection is made in Ireland, using locally sourced fabrics and trim. The raw materials we use are Irish Linen , vintage, up-cycled or dead-stock materials, trims and locally made covered buttons. Everything is made to the highest quality in very small batches.
INDIA-We are very grateful to have built a relationship with a supplier in India who understands our core values and is willing to work with our very small quantities, something that is essential to our business model that does not engage in mass production. Our supplier sources our natural fabrics (orange crepe, organic cotton and silk) and manufactures our garments in her family run factory. We do not own the factory or know how they work with other brands, but we are proud to say the factory that we work with is a four pillar *Sedex approved factory and provides us with ‘open costing’ on all our designs to ensure transparency with costs.
*SEDEX (sedexglobal.com) is one of the worlds leading ethical trade service providers, working to improve working conditions in global supply chains. They provide practical tools, services and a community network to help companies improve their responsible and sustainable business practices, and source responsibly.
The four key pillars that the factory is audited for are – Labour Standards, Health and Safety, Environment and Business Ethics.