We are always looking for ways we can minimise the environmental impact of our products, and support the ethical treatment of workers in our supply chain. We've scoured Europe to bring together materials of the highest quality, with the lowest environmental cost, and we continue to search for replacements for our less-ethical components.
We passionately believe that choosing ethical should never mean sacrificing style, and this ethos runs right through from the peace silk we use in our bras, and the recycled card used in our swing tags, to the skilled artisans who sew each piece with precision and care.
We use only the finest cruelty-free peace silk, organically and ethically produced in Jharkhand, India - empowering disadvantaged local communities.
Traditional silk manufacturing methods involve boiling the cocoons while the silkworm is still inside. Some 6,600 silkworms are killed to make just 1 kilogram of silk.
In contrast, peace silk is made by carefully piercing the cocoon to allow the silk worm to emerge unharmed, before the silk is reeled off and spun using solar powered machinery.
The silk worms are cultivated organically without using any kind of pesticide, fungicide or genetic spray, and are allowed to complete their natural life cycle.