Be Sustainable.

The Fast Fashion Challenge
The fast fashion industry poses significant environmental and ethical challenges. Creating sustainable and ethical fashion is a complex and evolving process, and while we strive for complete sustainability, we recognize that it's a journey still in its early stages. At Minimal Ethic, we are committed to learning, developing, and improving daily, doing the best we can with the knowledge and resources available to us.

For us, sustainability goes beyond using ecological fabrics; it also means producing high-quality items that last. The most sustainable clothing is that which you love, care for, and wear for a long time. We prioritize sourcing materials that ensure the best quality, focusing on sustainable and ecological options whenever possible. However, due to the nascent stage of eco-friendly material development, we sometimes choose durable materials from trusted companies that may not yet be labeled as sustainable.

We are transparent about our material choices and the reasons behind them, providing honest labeling in our product descriptions.

Zero Waste
Our designs are crafted to minimize waste, utilizing leftover fabric from one style to create another. Any remnants that cannot be used in new styles are repurposed for sampling.

Climate-Friendly Practices
Both we and our suppliers use renewable energy resources to minimize our carbon footprint.

Sustainability in the Studio
We strive for a positive environmental impact in every aspect of our operations:

Office Supplies: We use paper made from sugarcane and minimize paper waste.
Shipping: Our products are delivered in PVC-free packaging and 100% recyclable boxes.
Studio Food: We consume only vegan and mainly organically produced foods at work.

At Minimal Ethic, we are dedicated to making a positive impact, one sustainable step at a time.