We want to contribute to a sustainable, domestic clothing industry and believe transparency and information is the way to achieve better consumption. Learn more about our production process and how we can guarantee an ethical production chain.
1. Design process
All our products are designed and constructed at our studio in Raasepori, Finland. The pattern is adjusted, sewing techniques are tested and prototypes are made until the result matches our vision.
Our patterns are sent to Malena in Uppsala, Sweden, who does the grading into different sizes.
We acquire all our fabrics via Finnish wholesale fabric distributors. We use European fabrics, in order to secure an ethic chain of production. In the future, we strive to use ecologically produced fabrics only. The quality of new fabrics is tested by sewing and washing.
All our production takes place in Raasepori, Finland. The garments are made by hand, and we can therefore always provide customized length according to the customers wishes. At the sewing machine you find Elin, Laila or Elena.
All items are produced on a made-to-order basis, which means we do not hold stock. We can therefore use all our resources effectively and avoid overproduction. Customers are welcome to pay us a visit in the studio – finding the perfect fit is easier when you can use all your senses!
Each product undergoes a separate quality check before packaging. We avoid unnecessary plastic and prefer natural packaging materials such as paper and yarn. The attached visual material is printed by our local copy shop.
Willy Malmström, Textilvaruagenturer
Fabricol Oy (Kangastukku)
Tarvike Friman Oy