Modern, conscious, fair: We believe in a sustainable future and take responsibility for our environment.
For us, fashion is more than just seasonal it-pieces. We are not chasing the latest trends - our goal is to create timeless and durable pieces that are made to last. We source sustainable, high-quality materials and pay special attention to acting in harmony with people, animals and the environment during the whole production line.
This is our contribution to a better world.
All the cotton we use is organic and certified by GOTS, which means that our products meet the very highest standards regarding ecological and social criteria.
GOTS limits the use of toxic bleaches, dyes and other chemical inputs during the textile production process. All chemical inputs must meet clear environmental and toxicological requirements. Apparel must be coloured with non-toxic dyes. Bleach, formaldehyde or any other toxic substances are not allowed.
Our cotton is certified and organic, which means that our products meet the highest standards regarding ecological and social criteria.
Organic cotton is an ecological raw material, which is grown without the use of agrochemicals. By avoiding the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides, the yields of organic cotton are usually lower than those of conventional cultivation methods, but the environment and the workers are protected.
Since organic cotton is often picked by hand, this results in a very soft surface, which makes it pleasant to the skin, lets more air into the skin and helps it breathe better than ordinary cotton.
We are committed to fairness and transparency along the entire supply chain.
We work closely with our ateliers in Spain and Portugal, knowing our tailors personally and connecting with them on a regular basis.
Fair working conditions, reasonable working hours, a safe working environment, a legally binding employment relationship and living wages for the people who craft our apparel are essential prerequisites for us in times of fast fashion and overconsumption.
Brava Fabrics fue fundada en 2015 y hoy en día vende sus productos en más de
10 países de Europa con una facturación anual de +1.000.000€. Sus productos se
destacan por un diseño exclusivo y único, todos
confeccionados en comercio justo.
La marca y sus productos no se definen como moda: representan un estilo de vida
y se asocian a las principales actividades culturales. Brava Fabrics se asocia con
ilustración, festivales de música, el cine, la vida
urbana y diseño.