At Maje, we imagine the future by looking ahead and around us. It's about rethinking our use of fabrics, our ways of creating and pleasing you. To change our transport and logistics practices. To succeed in reducing our impact throughout the life cycle of a product. To support projects that are important to us.
Eco-responsible, what does that mean exactly? Natural, organic, biodegradable, recycled, upcycled materials, less polluting manufacturing conditions, limitation or elimination of toxic products, reduction of carbon impact, local production, zero-waste design, or made to last... At Maje, a garment is considered eco-responsible when at least 50% of its composition can be certified as such.
Today our efforts focus on the six materials most used in ready-to-wear: denim, viscose, polyester, cotton, wool and leather. Each of these materials has its own eco-responsible certification, depending on the environmental issues it raises.
In collaboration with Fairly Made, a French green tech start-up, we have launched a traceability project. Information on the origin and the manufacturing process of our products is available on a selection of references and will be extended, by 2025, to 100% of our collections. This progress will allow you to have more information on the environmental impacts of our products and will be a valuable tool for analyzing and improving our sourcing throughout the world.