What makes this product 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.
Deiji Studios prioritizes using natural materials whenever possible, including OEKO-TEX certified French linen, GOTS-certified cotton, hemp and GOTS-certified cotton blended jersey, and WRAP accredited shearling and leather. This brand also uses innovative bio-technology threads including Terryl polyamide, recycled polyester and ecovero viscose for their knitwear. By seeking out these sustainable certifications and innovative fibers, Deiji Studios is ensuring their garments are made with the most minimal environmental, social, and animal impact possible.
Deiji Studios partners with Worn For Good and Thread Together by donating their seconds, samples and end-of-line products to individuals in need. By giving these garments a second-life, Deiji Studios is significantly reducing textile waste while the majority of garments around the world head to landfills after only 7-10 wears.
Deiji Studios embraces the ethos of Slow Fashion by only releasing pieces when 100% sure they will wear them for years to come. Prioritizing social purpose and timeless innate style helps this brand transcend trends and profit to ultimately produce an authentic, versatile collection.
Deiji Studios maintains very close relationships with their manufacturing partners in China, and requires them to adhere to strict internal codes of conduct related to animal, social, and environmental welfare.
Low Carbon Footprint
Deiji Studios offsets their entire yearly carbon usage. Additionally, they partner with Carbon Positive Australia to support planting and protecting native trees in Australia as another carbon positive initiative.