LOIR paris commitments
How is LOIR paris a responsible brand?"It was as impossible for us to create LOIR without putting our precise intention on the style, as to imagine a collection that does not respect the ethics and the values which are ours:
- Proximity and human encounters: our clothes are 100% made in Europe. We know all our suppliers intimately and ensure the working conditions in our workshops.
- Transmission: our clothes are mostly mixed and reinforced to last over time and live in families (from brother to sister or vice versa)
- The ecological impact: our fabrics are Oeko-Tex and 1/3 of our collection is made of "saved fabric" (upcycling). Our clothes are made in small series to minimize their impact and avoid destocking. All our packaging and communication media are biodegradable or made from recycled materials
- Playful "to plant" labels: our clothing labels are in seeds. You can plant them in the ground to test your gardening skills!
We work on this subject every day to make LOIR paris and our clothing more ethical and sustainable. Do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your ideas and suggestions with us.
What are the LOIR paris quality commitments?
We want to create delicate and durable clothes. We take care of the choice of materials and reinforce our clothes so that they can last within the family (from big brother to little sister or vice versa). Similarly, we pay as much attention to the exterior as the interior. Almost all of our clothes are lined. Finally, all our fabrics are Oeko Tex or Upcycling (French brand fabric scraps).
Where are LOIR Paris clothes made?
All of our LOIR Paris suppliers are from Europe, 90% of them in France. We know most of them intimately.
The creation of the clothes as well as the model making are made in France, the same for the saved fabric, the printing of the toile de Jouy or the embroidered logos. We take particular care in choosing our suppliers, both technically and humanely. We also ensure their geographical proximity. Our clothes are made in a small workshop located in the Polish countryside (see the little house in Poland ).