Rated: 3 out of 6
Value Chain Ready to Wear
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|Brand Name||No Trash on My Closet|
|Company size||Emerging brand|
|Category evaluated||Ready to Wear|
|Category||Ready to Wear|
DESIGN FOR CIRCULARITY
No Trash on My Closet is a made-to-order brand, that works with transparency along the supply chain using deadstock fabrics to produce its collections.
No Trash on My Closet uses fabrics that were part of the stock-off section at Somelos, which is a member of a non-profit organization, Better Cotton Initiative.
The production at Bárbara Pereira's atelier is in Torres Vedras as well as the logistics. The packaging is made by compostable mailers - made out of corn starch and PLA + PBAT bioplastics blend from wastebased 100%.
The brand is based at Barbara Pereira's atelier. NTOMC aims to recycle all materials used in all company activities.
No Trash on My Closet has joined Fashion Revolution Portugal since 2020.
The owner has decided to fix a rule in terms of donation. She donates 2 pieces of clothing she does not use for each piece of clothing the brand sells.
No Trash on My Closet offers free repair within 5 years after the purchase. The brand also provides tips to clients for washing smart and offer them a 15% voucher for giving back the clothes when they no longer need them.
|Last blockchain update||29 April 2021|
|Raw Materials 1||Production 2||Packaging 3||Logistics 4|
|Made in Portugal||Made in Portugal||Made in China||Made in Portugal|
What does sustainable fashion mean to you?
- Adopting fair work practices
- Using recycled materials
What would you like the priorities of your target customer to be?
Is your communication correctly inspired by your degree of sustainability or do you think you could improve that?
My communication on sustainability is always inspired by fair working conditions and the quality and durability of clothes. I would improve this by learning more about innovations in the field of fashion and try to integrate them on my business.
What is your main goal with your brand?
We are a small brand with a big road ahead of us, working on a daily basis so that we can improve step by step. Our main goal, for now, is to create a fair, balanced and sustainable production and consumption chain, with our business and our local impact.
Using only certified cotton fabrics in the collection
Producing in a small confection
Donating 5% of our revenues to a local charity
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