What makes this brand sustainable?
At Eugenie, we do the research to make it easy for you to find products that you can feel good about purchasing, using, and wearing.
Each new designer we work with starts with a conversation about sustainability and how it relates to their brand and products.
Sustainability can mean many different things, we tried to break it down for you in a way that is easy to understand.
St. Agni is supporting their current supply chain partners in the journey to a more environmentally and socially responsible future.
St. Agni’s goal is to increase the number of responsible factories for the industry to utilize. To achieve this, they are financially supporting their supply chain partners with 50% of the cost for internationally recognized certifications related to ethical practices and healthy work environments.
St. Agni prioritizes using natural materials whenever possible in order to protect our bodies and the earth from unnecessary harmful chemical exposure.
Some natural materials used in St. Agni products include silk, sustainably sourced cotton, linen, Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) certified wool, TENCEL Lyocell, Leather Working Group (LWG) certified leather, yak fiber, hemp, and cashmere.
St. Agni believes that a key component to sustainability is giving back to their community and has partnered with many social organizations including Worn for Good, Thread Together, UN Women, Mettle Women, and more.
Notably, St. Agni keeps their warehouse 90% plastic-free and donates any excess remaining product after 300 days.
Urbain Midi Dress, Black
Playing with optical illusion, the Urbain Midi Dress was designed to mimic an hourglass silhouette
Peignoir Slip Dress, Castor Grey
The Peignoir Slip Dress was designed to step into and go for seamlessly day-to-night styling
Ring Detail Maxi Dress, Black
Combining the femininity of St. Agni’s signature slip silhouette with utilitarian detailing