With the resource-saving materials of our fashion, we want to contribute to the protection of the environment and not endanger it further - and in the same way, they should not become a disadvantage for the people who make them. Our own production facility, where we process our bamboo viscose, is a family business with which we work on an equal footing in a trusting relationship. A large part of our seamstresses come from the place where they sew and have been with us for many years. Fair working conditions and fair pay are not only basic requirements for us, but a matter of the heart and are given to each and every member of our Les Lunes family - including our 50 seamstresses in our factory in the Qingpu district outside Shanghai and our creative employees and marketeers in our headquarters in Berlin. The other production sites in China, Ukraine and Turkey are audited by amfori BSCI.

The 11 basic principles of the amfori BSCI:

- Right to freedom of association and collective bargaining
- Fair remuneration
- Occupational health and safety
- Special protection for young workers
- No forced labor
- Ethical business practices
- No discrimination
- Compliance with legal working hours
- No child labor
- No precarious employment
- Environmental protection

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We do not overproduce

We don't want to produce anything for the garbage can. That's why we don't produce large quantities and launch about one favorite product per month, which was developed in collaboration with customers and influencers. We donate our B/C goods to various institutions, such as the German Red Cross, or process them further. We are currently working with the Union Sozialer Einrichtungen (U.S.E.) in Berlin. In workshops for the disabled, new products are made from our old goods, which are defective and unsaleable: Our The Ruby Scrunchie. In this way, unusable products can be further processed and reused.

Leaving something good behind with every step

We want to make our production and everything related to it as environmentally friendly as possible. At the moment we have our goods transported mainly and preferably by truck, ship and train. Unfortunately, since we only ever order our goods in sustainable quantities, we sometimes have to weigh up waiting and delivery times against faster means of transport such as air. Therefore, we cannot completely avoid deliveries via air at the moment. The share of goods arriving via truck, ship or train is expected to increase to over 80% in 2022. We are working specifically to further reduce our carbon footprint. In the future, we want to transport as much as possible by train and have more production in Europe. For 2022, we want to increase the share of production in Europe to 40%. We have already taken the first steps towards this goal: Our clothing made from LENZING™ ECOVERO™ and TENCEL™ Modal, as well as some of our organic cotton products, are produced in Turkey and Ukraine - we are constantly searching for factories with a local and sustainable footprint.