Based in Copenhagen, Tindi is a contemporary womenswear label that puts the spotlight on conscious design. In easy-to-wear and stylish silhouettes, this is fashion made to order direct from a Danish atelier.
Founder Maureen Ziegler is dedicated to producing better quality, longer lasting clothes as she is determined to prolong the life cycle of the pieces we wear.
Using high-quality fabrics that are Woolmark certified, their production level is small and made-to-order. Keeping a high level of communication between the brand and its suppliers. Each of their pieces is crafted to last, while they offer alterations and styling guidance to those wanting to re-work an item. Educating their customer on garment care is also key, and assists with product longevity.
Their small factories are located in Denmark, Bulgaria and Hungary, the former working towards becoming a completely sustainable factory, while the rest are small family-owned establishments which makes for better transparency. Moreover, the brand works within a system whereby anyone linked to Tindi can get access to all their policies.
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TINDI HAS BEEN AWARDED THE BUTTERFLY MARK FOR THEIR MEASURABLE IMPACT AND COMPANY-WIDE COMMITMENTS TO SUSTAINABILITY
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Keeping abreast of their environmental and social impact, Tindi also follows the Sustainable Development Goals and United Nation Global Compact, which means their processes are reviewed yearly across human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
They are committed to reducing their CO2, energy and water emissions, for example, re-using boxes to deliver online orders – while all the packaging is 100% recyclable – and using energy-saving lamps. Tindi organises reforestation excursions, while they reserve some budget for investing in their local communities; advancing Arts, education and local events in particular. They’re an equal opportunity employer and have a strict gender and diversity policy