M-Woven by Martina Spetlova

M-Woven by Martina Spetlova

London, United Kingdom

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  • Founded: 2012
  • Employees: less then 3
  • Directors: 1

Martina Spertlovas' scientific background influences her uniquely experimental approach that restlessly challenges materials, elements and expectations.

Alongside her uncompromising design aesthetic, Martina is committed to sustainability and ethical sourcing throughout her supply chain. She partners with sustainable and organic suppliers, and her chrome-free leather is hand woven by Syrian artisan refugees in a women's social enterprise.

Forever scanning the horizon for innovative approaches to sustainability and ethical transparency, Martina now applies cutting-edge blockchain technology to her clothing. Each garment comes with a scannable chip detailing its materials, sourcing and processes, to provide a fascinating digital life story for each piece.

Martina's distinctive explorations of aesthetics, science and ethics have seen her develop a unique body of luxury handwoven leather accessories.

  • Values
    • animal welfare
    • The wellbeing of animals.

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

    • collaboration
    • Working with another to produce something.

    • community
    • Sharing a common area or interest.

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

    • creativity
    • The use of imagination or original ideas to create things.

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

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

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

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

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

    • 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.

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

    • charity
    • The voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need.


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