Sustainability Rating

Sustainability rating

Rated: 2 out of 6

Value Chain Ready to Wear

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Company Info

Brand Name Amélie Linen Clothes
Country UK
Company size Established brand
Category evaluated Ready to wear
Category Ready to wear
Established in: 2020
Website https://www.amelie-linenclothes.com/general-2
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/amelie.linenclothes/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Product-Service/Amélie-107462354358395/
Next Sustainable Goals and SBP challenge

Recognized by the United Nations as a project to accelerate the implementation of sustainable actions in the fashion industry, Sustainable Brand Platform has committed to tracking future goals pursued by brand.

1
Total goals
30/6/22
Next check date
0
Goals achieved
1
Goals to achieve
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Main Goal pursued based on SDGs

ENVIRONMENT
no poverty
good health
renewable energy
good jobs and economic growth
innovation and infrastructure
responsible consumption
climate action
life below water
life on land
partnership for the goals

Sustainability info

Amélie Linen Clothes works with biodegradable fabrics (100% linen), produces timeless clothes, pays fair wages to the workers and avoids any plastic in the packing.


Value Chain

Amélie Linen Clothes sources only linen raw materials from Ireland to create its ready to wear collection.

The production has been made in Portugal. The brand works closely with a small studio also contributing for other small business growth’s. Amelié usually visits its manufacturers in order to check working conditions and employee wages.

The packaging is made by recycled materials and the brand avoids any use of plastic.


Company Sustainability

Amélie Linen Clothes has an internal ethical code and takes care  about the health and safe of its employees: approved fire evacuation plan, free water and coffe in office and attention to waste recycled.


Customer Care

The brand in order to not waste any materials from production uses leftovers to make scrunchies and it gives to clients for free,

In the labels Amelié communicates to customers how to preserve and make last longer the items.


Certifications

Raw Materials oeko-tex standard 100

Blockchain

Last blockchain update 09 May 2021

Supply Chain Track


Raw Materials 1 Production 2 Packaging 3 Logistics 4
Made in Ireland Made in Portugal Made in Portugal Made in Portugal
1 100% of the rw collection
2 100% of the collection.
3 50% of the pack collection in Portugal 50% of the pack collection in UK
4 50% of the collection made in Portugal 50% of the collection made in UK

Questions & Answers

1 What does sustainable fashion mean to you?
- Durability
- Adopting fair work practices
- Minimal use of chemical elements
2 What would you like your target audience's priorities to be?
- Quality/Design
- Comfort
- Brand identity
- Sustainability
3 Why do you use only linen and not cooton in your collection?
Unlike cotton which requires an extra 650.000 million cubic meters of water, flax crops do not require irrigation, the crop can grow with rain fall alone.
In addition, our suppliers worked with their own source of water. When processing they use water which has filtered through basalt rock. This water is naturally soft with no impurities which is important for the processing of linen.
Next Sustainable Goals and SBP challenge

Recognized by the United Nations as a project to accelerate the implementation of sustainable actions in the fashion industry, Sustainable Brand Platform has committed to tracking future goals pursued by brand.

1
Total
goals
30/6/22
Next check date
0
Goals achieved
1
Goals to achieve
Read more

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