Marle have an exclusive natural fabric philosophy. When it comes to fabrics, nature simply can’t be beaten. Durable, luxurious and full of benefits - Marle work exclusively with natural fibres and fabrics. Durability is of peak importance to Marle, as they design with longevity in mind, they require fibres that last, that age gracefully, are reliable and provide a level of texture.
Marle reduce their impact through safe and minimised use of chemicals where possible, all of their knitwear is Oeko-Tex certified yarn along with majority of their silk pieces. Marles new basics collections are also made using GOTS certified organic cotton. When possible Marle work with un-dyed fabric which conserves water, energy resources and reduces the overall footprint of the garment.
Marle believe their garment production should positively impact every person in their supply chain. Marles knitwear factory is Gold WRAP certified read more here, and their two suppliers have signed an in-house Code of Compliance which informs a standard for law abiding business practices, ethical manufacturing standards, equal working rights, health and safety practices.
When it comes to fabrics, nature simply can’t be beaten. Durable, luxurious and full of benefits - Marle work exclusively with natural fibres and fabrics. Majority of their silks are Oeko-Tex certified, All of their wool is Oeko-Tex certified, All of their cashmere fibre is Oeko-Tex certified along with their mohair yarn The organic cotton featured in their range is ethically grown and sourced in India with GOTS-certified stands. Read more about their fabric transparency here