Provenance

Lissome

Berlin, Germany

  • Founded: 2016
  • Directors: 1

Lissome is an online platform that unites style and substance and thoughtfully curates high-quality and conscious fashion.

  • Claims
    • innovator
    • Introducing new methods, ideas, or products.

    • limited edition
    • Limited to a specific number of copies.

    • locally-made
    • Production restricted to a particular area.

    • made to last
    • Highly durable and made to withstand wear and tear.

    • one-off pieces
    • Creating products that are made or sold only once.

    • responsible sourcing
    • Maintaining social and environmental considerations when managing supplier relationships.

    • woman-owned business
    • Operating with 51 percent of the business owned by a woman.

    • care for the environment
    • Adhering to the practice of protecting the natural environment on individual, organisation-controlled or governmental levels, for the benefit of both the environment and humans.

    • handmade
    • Creating or selling products made by hand from start to finish.

    • high quality raw materials
    • Using materials made with basic ingredients, materials or substances of very good quality.

    • organic
    • Producing without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides or other artificial chemicals.

    • recycled materials
    • Producing with materials that can be converted for reuse.

  • Values
    • authenticity
    • Sourcing from undisputed origins or producing with signature methods.

    • craftsmanship
    • Creating or producing with a high level of skill.

    • environment
    • The natural world as affected by human activity.

    • equality
    • Providing individuals the same status, rights or opportunities.

    • human rights
    • Rights inherent to each and every human being.

    • quality
    • Meeting the minimum standard or higher, required to satisfy customer needs.

    • sustainability
    • Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

    • ethical trade
    • Assuming responsibility to improve the working conditions of disadvantaged people in supply chains.

    • innovation
    • Introducing new methods or ideas to change what has already been established.

    • education
    • The theory and practice of passing and acquiring knowledge.

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