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RESPONSIBLE CRAFTSMANSHIP 

Authenticity can not be purchased, it must be lived. 

As the ethos of AERON comes from the tradition of generations of tailors, our mission is the preservation and further acceleration of our local heritage, Central-European craftsmanship.  Our guiding principle derives from a new understanding of luxury, one that is based on environmental sustainability, social awareness, and 100% local craftsmanship.


All of our production is kept local, and each of our garments are carefully made by female-prominent communities of craftsmen. Sustainability and transparency is core to how we make decisions, and we are constantly working towards finding new responsible materials without compromising on the impeccable quality that made our products stand out in recent years.  Our purpose is to wardrobe the women of today through responsible and remarkable pieces that are worth keeping, and caring for.

OUR CHOICE OF MATERIALS 


In our latest Fall/Winter 2021 collection, 34% of our pieces are made from what we call responsible materials. We classify a material as responsible if: a material is reused, is made from a 100% natural fiber such as organic cotton, is sourced from FSC-certified forests, and if at least more than 50% of the material is certified to a recognized international standard as GOTS, GRS, RWS, FSC.

We are on a mission to minimize our environmental footprint without compromising on our exceptional and long-lasting quality. Our sourcing policy is constantly improving our material choices and production. Our decision for each fiber featured in our collection pieces bears in mind the impact our clothes have on this planet.

Whereas possible, we choose recycled materials in order to support the development of a circular economy, and divert valuable resources from landfills and incineration, as well as the natural environment. Not only using recycled materials is a smarter choice, it also supports the reduction of GHG emissions linked to the extraction, farming of raw materials, and the processing of the fiber. Our recycled polyester for example comes from post-consumer PET bottles and helps to remove waste from oceans and landfills. Our recycled cotton is mixed into most of our knitwear items together with our GOTS-certified cotton. Our aim is to continue increasing the use of recycled materials and use more textile to textile recycled fibers.  

To support the preservation of the world’s forests, we are proud to use Lenzing Ecovero viscose and FSC-certified viscose. Lenzing Ecovero viscose is a more environmentally conscious alternative to regular viscose, sourced from sustainably managed forests. During its production less water and energy is used while producing than other fibers, and the production process is closed-loop so chemicals and solvents involved in the making of the fabric are recycled and recovered.

OUR PRODUCTION PARTNERS


A fine garment takes time, skill and dedication to make. Behind every garment we offer, there are talented people whom we are proud to collaborate with. We are keeping our production local in order to foster a personal relationship with the people who make our clothes, collaborating closely in the development process, investing in maintaining local artisan jobs and skills, and minimizing our carbon footprint. Being just a few hours from our production partners makes it possible for us to listen and learn how we can best grow together.


RESPONSIBLE CRAFTSMANSHIP 

Authenticity can not be purchased, it must be lived. 

As the ethos of AERON comes from the tradition of generations of tailors, our mission is the preservation and further acceleration of our local heritage, Central-European craftsmanship. Our guiding principle derives from a new understanding of luxury, one that is based on environmental sustainability, social awareness, and 100% local craftsmanship.


All of our production is kept local, and each of our garments are carefully made by female-prominent communities of craftsmen. Sustainability and transparency is core to how we make decisions, and we are constantly working towards finding new responsible materials without compromising on the impeccable quality that made our products stand out in recent years. Our purpose is to wardrobe the women of today through responsible and remarkable pieces that are worth keeping, and caring for.

OUR CHOICE OF MATERIALS 


In our latest Fall/Winter 2021 collection, 34% of our pieces are made from what we call responsible materials. We classify a material as responsible if: a material is reused, is made from a 100% natural fiber such as organic cotton, is sourced from FSC-certified forests, and if at least more than 50% of the material is certified to a recognized international standard as GOTS, GRS, RWS, FSC.

We are on a mission to minimize our environmental footprint without compromising on our exceptional and long-lasting quality. Our sourcing policy is constantly improving our material choices and production. Our decision for each fiber featured in our collection pieces bears in mind the impact our clothes have on this planet.

Whereas possible, we choose recycled materials in order to support the development of a circular economy, and divert valuable resources from landfills and incineration, as well as the natural environment. Not only using recycled materials is a smarter choice, it also supports the reduction of GHG emissions linked to the extraction, farming of raw materials, and the processing of the fiber. Our recycled polyester for example comes from post-consumer PET bottles and helps to remove waste from oceans and landfills. Our recycled cotton is mixed into most of our knitwear items together with our GOTS-certified cotton. Our aim is to continue increasing the use of recycled materials and use more textile to textile recycled fibers.  

To support the preservation of the world’s forests, we are proud to use Lenzing Ecovero viscose and FSC-certified viscose. Lenzing Ecovero viscose is a more environmentally conscious alternative to regular viscose, sourced from sustainably managed forests. During its production less water and energy is used while producing than other fibers, and the production process is closed-loop so chemicals and solvents involved in the making of the fabric are recycled and recovered.

OUR PRODUCTION PARTNERS


A fine garment takes time, skill and dedication to make. Behind every garment we offer, there are talented people whom we are proud to collaborate with. We are keeping our production local in order to foster a personal relationship with the people who make our clothes, collaborating closely in the development process, investing in maintaining local artisan jobs and skills, and minimizing our carbon footprint. Being just a few hours from our production partners makes it possible for us to listen and learn how we can best grow together.