Category Archives: Ethical Production
Our year in review and what we have in store for 2020 and beyond Sustainability and the circular economy We started the year with a complete revamp of our collection, moving part of our production to Ibiza, and changing labels and packaging for recycled and bio-degradable versions. We started using recycled fabrics and we launched […]
Our scrunchies have evolved, creating the right balance between 90s nostalgia and twenties chic. Think Britney Spears and Carrie Bradshaw meet Iris Van Herpen. Scrunchies are straight-up useful: the fabric gives volume to buns, without resorting to those weird doughnut contraptions, and avoids creating dents in the hair, without the need for those odd plastic […]
hy are we calling our signature print Posidonia?
Our TANIT range is made in Ibiza, and the fabric Posidonia is made out of recycled nylon fishing nets.
The oceanic Posidonia is an endemic plant of the Mediterranean. It cannot be found anywhere else
The sea beds of Ibiza and Formentera are home to the largest living organisms in the world – large sea grass meadows of Posidonia oceanica, eight kilometers long and over 100,000 years old. It was declared a World Heritage by the UNESCO….
At Posto9 we are on a mission to reduce waste If you are like us; a person who appreciates the true value of a garment, including all work that lies behind, you care to know who makes your garment, and all precious natural resources that have been used throughout its supply chain then please read […]
FREEDOM to work when I want and where I want is the reason I became an entrepreneur. You can read part of the story below. But also to work with a project that helps others, and encourages other people to take the same step, especially women. Since our production is made by women in empoverished […]
Ethical fashion production is the foundation of our business. Sharing our passion for responsibly made products and a dissatisfaction with cheap, disposable mass-made products are the pillars. We believe in fair wages, and we have full control over our production in Brazil. Bypassing the large factories, our products are made by a collective of self-employed […]