For ella&il, sustainability is important and with a few simple steps you can make a big difference.
The textile industry is still a big challenge to our planet, therefore it is important that we focus on creating designs that last over time. It is important to us that every little detail of our process is treated with love - everything from how the animals are treatet to the workers well being.

To achieve this, we make sure to have a dialogue with our suppliers to check that everything is made ethically. We focus on introducing approved quality audits of our suppliers on an ongoing basis that both ourselves and the board approves that the employers on good terms. In addition, we have an ongoing process on everything and try to evolve new sustainable ways in creating fabrics. With small steps we can together make a change!

Slow Fashion

Sustainability for us means garments that can be used for many years. As consumers and producers, it is important to think about the future. We are interested in "Slow Fashion".

For us, "Slow Fashion" means that we want to spend a lot of time finding good functional garments made in the best qualities and cuts that can last for many years. Good qualities are the main focus for each collection and this also results in less new clothes and longer durations. We are constantly looking for new and better choices that can help do less damage to the environment.


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Plastic Clean-up

We have a responsibility in this industry to avoid damaging our planet. That is why we have chosen to implement our own system for nature compensation, which at the same time helps people in need who need work. Together with Empower, we will help clean up our planet. This means that for every faux fur jacket sold, 1 dollar goes to recycling plastic and every dollar cleans at least 2kg of plastic waste where it is necessary to clean the most. Further down the page, you can follow where and how much plastic has been cleaned up - all thanks to you!
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