Our Impact

Manufacturing locally in Los Angeles can be better for the environment by reducing transportation emissions, promoting sustainable production practices, supporting the local economy, and enabling faster response times.


Deciding to use organic and natural fibers in fashion production can have a positive impact on the environment in several ways:

  1. Reduced use of pesticides and fertilizers: Organic farming methods prohibit the use of synthetic chemicals, such as pesticides and fertilizers, that can be harmful to the environment and human health. By choosing organic fibers, fashion producers can reduce the amount of chemicals used in agriculture and minimize the negative impact on the soil, water, and air.
  2. Lower carbon footprint: Organic and natural fibers typically have a lower carbon footprint than synthetic materials. For example, cotton production is responsible for approximately 2.6% of global greenhouse gas emissions, mainly due to the energy used in manufacturing and transportation. By using organic cotton or other natural fibers, fashion producers can reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to mitigating climate change.
  3. Reduced water consumption: Cotton is a highly water-intensive crop, with conventional cotton farming requiring significant amounts of water for irrigation. Organic cotton farming practices typically use less water, which can help conserve this precious resource.
  4. Biodegradability: Natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and silk are biodegradable, meaning they can decompose naturally without releasing harmful pollutants into the environment. Synthetic fibers, on the other hand, can take hundreds of years to decompose and release microplastics into the environment, which can have negative impacts on wildlife and ecosystems.

Overall, using organic and natural fibers in fashion production can help reduce the negative impact of the fashion industry on the environment, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly fashion industry.

Raising Awareness for Endangered Animals

Raising awareness for the extinct in the wild Blue Macaw can have significant benefits for conservation efforts, biodiversity, education, and economic development. By raising awareness about the Blue Macaw's status as an endangered species, more attention can be brought to the need for conservation efforts. Preserving biodiversity is important for maintaining a healthy ecosystem and promoting ecological balance. Educational opportunities can also be provided to increase knowledge and understanding about the Blue Macaw, inspiring individuals to take action to support conservation efforts. Finally, the Blue Macaw can have economic benefits for local communities through ecotourism.