S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y
CONNECTING WITH NATURE ~ CONSCIOUS LUXURY
We care about the impact our business has on the earth. Always connecting with nature whilst creating conscious luxury pieces that are build to last.
MATERIAL & PROCESS
We ensure a fully transparent supply chain of materials and production. Consciously choosing materials that are made through more sustainable processes that lower our environmental impact.
S U S T A I N A B L E S I L K
Produced with green energy
L Y O C E L L T E N C E L
Responsibly sourced raw material
Pioneering closed loop
1 0 0 % L I N E N
The flax plant uses much less water
Grown without chemicals
R E G E N E R A T E D
Made from plastic waste found in our oceans and landfills
S I L K / C O T T O N B L E N D
Luxurious silk and cotton blend
H A R D W A R E
Made in Italy, our hardware is heat sensitive to the skin and will not tarnish.
S W I M
95% of our swimwear is made from the regenerative fabric ECONYL®. A material that is infinitely recyclable and made using waste plastic from our oceans and landfills. By April 2021, our swimwear will be completely sustainable with 100% made in ECONYL®.
R T W
Ready to wear is crafted in 100% earth friendly fibres. Our 'clean' silk is made by eco-friendly farming methods using regenerative farming processes and manufactured using green energy of solar and wind. Our other conscious material TENCEL™ Lyocell, is produced by environmentally responsible processes and sustainably sourced raw material wood. Made in a closed loop process, reducing waste.
RESPONSIBLY MADE IN
We have a small atelier in Rimini, Italy, who have over 20 years experience producing swimwear, they are a family run business. Functionally as well as design is a strong belief within the brand and design team, we make swimwear that fits women of different ages, shapes and sizes. A lot of work goes into this by working closely with our Italian factory on how each piece is cut and fits the body. We can guarantee the safety & job security of those involved creating our garments and are proud of the relationship we have with the team.
Our RTW is produced in small production runs, cutting down on waste and minimising our environmental impact.
Prints are designed in house and each piece is created with love by artisans in India, using traditional techniques. Women from local villages are trained in local crafts and given the incentives to improve their lives by working. We have no minimum order quantities for our silk or cotton clothing, meaning we are doing our part to reduce unused clothing and wasted fabrics. Digital printing technologies are by nature more sustainable than traditional methods, and they offer a way towards clean and efficient manufacturing.
OUR PILLARS OF PROMISE
G R E E N E N E R G Y S I L K
R E C Y C L E S C H E M E
O N E T R E E P L A N T E D
S U S T A I N A B L E P R O C E S S
E T H I C A L M A N U F A C T U R E
Every single EVARAE piece is ethically made. Our swimwear is produced in Rimini, Italy by a small, family run, independent atelier who have over 20 years in swimwear manufacturing. Our ready to wear is produced in India, with each piece created with love by artisans using traditional techniques. Women from the local villages are trained in local crafts and given the incentives to improve their lives.
All of our supply chain adheres to our Code of Conduct Policy and we only create long lasting sustainable relationships that meet our standards. We can guarantee the safety & job security of those involved in creating our pieces and are proud of the relationship we have with them.
In order to reduce the impact our business has on our planet and continue to help save our environment, for every online order we plant 1 tree with our partners reforestation projects, around the world. Each month we choose a different planting region relative to our business.
If the lifeline of your swimwear has come to an end, bring it to our London store or send it back to us and receive 30% off your next purchase. Please fill out the form via the link below. We will make sure your unwanted pieces are recycled responsibly. We ensure that all waste is transformed into new products or green energy. This discount cannot be in conjunction with any other discount.Fill out Recycle Scheme Form
Our 'clean' silk for RESORT 21 is made by eco-friendly farming methods using regenerative agriculture processes. The silk is manufactured using green energy of solar and wind power. Zero harmful chemicals are used and 90% of water in the dyeing facility is recycled.
Digital printing technologies are by nature more sustainable than traditional methods, and they offer a way towards clean and efficient manufacturing.
Digital Textile Printing saved over 40 billion litres of water worldwide in 2018, offering an efficient solution when compared to traditional water usage of rotary screen printing, which uses 50-60 litres of water per meter. Digital Textile Printing also uses smaller quantities of color, typically 10% of the volume used when compared to screen printing.
Today the Digital Printing Industry offers a clean future for the environment and as the consumer and buyer becomes more conscious of their environmental choices and the true impact that those choices make, digital technologies and their application will continue to move forward to replace unsustainable and inefficient manufacturing.
We use GoGreen Carbon Neutral shipping methods for all online orders and use cycling couriers for any local deliveries.
We are cruelty free.
Earth friendly packaging made from 100% certified recycled & recyclable or biodegradable materials. Tissue paper is printed using soya based ink without any harmful chemicals. Our online orders come in a branded kraft mailer made from certified wood that is biodegradable and compostable. Next season we introduce seed paper swing tags that can be planted to watch it bloom.
Each month we choose a charity to donate 2% of the total sales made online by our customers.
So far this year we have donated to...
RSPCA NSW, Wire Wildfires Rescue, Women for Women International, The Ocean Clean Up, FareShare, Runnymede Trust and Black Lives Matter.