Sustainable materials, environmental commitment, responsibility to its employees and proudly local. With these clear premises, we have compiled a series of ‘Made in Spain’ brands that are worth investing in this winter.
This Spanish brand that manufactures and produces locally. It uses sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, recycled polyester or tencel, among others. This coat is a very interesting proposal for the winter, while you can see the jackets that we share with you for between seasons.
All the garments of this Catalan firm are manufactured with a clear objective: to improve the benefits of the people they work with while minimizing the impact on the environment. This respect for the environment is as important as the clothes they make. Hence the choice of organic and recycled fabrics as a sign of their commitment. This set is perfect for those who are looking for a simple daily uniform.
3. Sonia Carrasco
After working for big names in the industry, Sonia Carrasco has started her solo career with a firm that combines design and environmental commitment. Her philosophy is based on betting on quality versus quantity, creating timeless collections that offer an alternative to those who want to consume fashion in a responsible way. This dress, designed in 100% organic cotton, is one of those pieces that we would like to have forever in our closet.
4. The Nordic Leaves
Founded in 2018 by Cristina Sopo and Daniel Jordá, this Catalan firm sells garments with a careful minimalist aesthetic in fabrics such as linen and organic cotton. With the idea of creating a firm that allows us to get closer to ourselves and generate awareness about what surrounds us, the result is pieces as delicate as this one.
5. Botó de Cotó
This brand from Barcelona designs backpacks to temporary, bets on a production without waste, sustainable fabrics and local production. Its mission is to create a product that lasts over time and that leaves a positive impact on the planet.
6. Vesica Piscis
This footwear firm from Elche produces its designs with sustainable materials such as recycled cotton and solvent-free eco-ink for the fabric, or a mixture of recycled and synthetic rubber for the soles. Besides being vegan, their products are part of a circular economy that emulates the functioning of nature itself, where everything is useful and the concept of garbage is not even contemplated.