- Circularity Centered
- Considerately Produced
- Cruelty Free
- Friendly Materials
- Giveback Culture
- Locally Crafted
- Water Usage
A one-of-a-kind crop top which can be worn to many occasions.
This crop top is made from Haute Couture jacquard leftover pieces. You can wear it alone or over a blouse, or pair it with the matching Deyrolle Shorts. Only one Deyrolle top has been made so you’ll feel utterly unique donning this celestial number.
Material: Haute Couture jacquard deadstock
Made in the The Ethiquette atelier in Paris
Circularity Centered: The production process is based a on circular economy model. No new fabric is produced. All fabric used is from leftover scraps from Haute Couture Maisons productions. All additional scraps from the Ethiquette are then reused in the patchworks and the smaller pieces within the collection.
Cruelty-Free: All silk used is deadstock silk.
Friendly Materials: All fabrics are upcycled from offcuts or vintage pieces sourced from fashion houses in Paris.
Considerately Produced: The Ethiquette reuses all deadstock fabrics in its collections thereby vastly reducing waste. All shipping in Paris is made by bike courier and all packaging is made from recyclable paper.
Giveback Culture: A percentage of CA is donated to the Pink Foundation in India.
Locally Crafted: All pieces are produced in The Ethiquette atelier in Paris Water Consumption: Only leftover fabrics are used. No use of water required in the process.
Packaging: All packaging is made from recyclable paper
- Additional information
Circularity Centered, Considerately Produced, Cruelty Free, Friendly Materials, Giveback Culture, Locally Crafted, Water Usage
- About The Brand
About The Brand
The Ethiquette is a sustainable Parisian couture brand that uses leftover fabrics from French fashion houses and ancient Indian saris. Its couture line offers a rentable wardrobe whilst its retail line, By The Ethiquette, is available for purchase. Its sustainable approach includes zero pollution with collections made from letfover fabrics; a circular model based on upcycling fabrics from old collections; sustainable consumption thanks to a sharing economy; reduced production; and social commitment, with the brand donating part of its profits to NGOs working with women in India.
- Fit & Care
Fit & Care
Dry clean only