The transparency of Ada perlu #IMADEYOURCLOTHES
ETHICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARD
In order to enhance this traditional fabric, Cyrielle and Marine only work with locals who are treated under socially responsible working conditions.
They met Taro, their tailor, who believes in the project of combining the traditional batik into fashion. Cyrielle and Marine have been working with him for several years in a workshop in Bali, who respects the working and environmental conditions of its employees.
WORKS WITH A WORKSHOP IN BALI TO PRESERVE THE LOCAL INDONESIAN BATIK LOCAL MANUFACTURE
They design all the collections in Biarritz, France, and make them by hand with him in Bali to preserve this local dimension of Indonesian batik. Some of their suppliers carry out actions for the planet, they help to plant trees at the Citarum River in Bandung, Indonesia (one of the most polluted rivers in the world linked to textile production).
FUTURE GOAL: BECOME EVEN MORE RESPONSIBLE
From 2022, the brand will use 100% sustainable and certified materials & fabrics.