At Maje we picture the future by looking ahead and around us. It’s a matter of rethinking the materials we use, the ways we create and spoiling you. Changing our transport and logistics practices. Managing to reduce our impact throughout a product’s entire life cycle.
What exactly does it mean to be eco-friendly? Natural, organic, biodegradable, recycled or upcycled materials, manufacturing conditions which produce less pollution, the limitation or elimination of toxic products, reduction of the carbon footprint, local production, zero waste design, or products made to last... At Maje, an item of clothing is only considered eco-friendly if at least 50% of its composition is actually certified eco-friendly.
Today, our efforts are focussed on the six most-used materials in ready-to-wear: enim, viscose, polyester, cotton, wool and leather. Each of these materials have their own eco-friendly certifications, depending on the environmental challenges they create.
We are currently working with Fairly Made, a green tech start-up in France, on a traceability project. By traceability information will be available on 100% of our collections.This advance will allow our customers to have more information about the origins of our products, how they are manufactured and their impact on the environment. It will also be a valuable tool for analysing and improving our sourcing around the world.
: scarf dresses
, red dresses
, sleeveless dresses
, tweed dresses