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Production at Angarde

Expertise

Our partners are selected for their expertise and environmental consideration. We favor recycled materials to avoid producing new materials.
Suppliers and producers are committed to impeccable quality and comfort so that our models are as durable as possible.

Production of the shoe collection

Our warm women's slippers , our men's wool slippers , our mules and our espadrille are made in Elche in the South of Spain, in a family workshop with more than 25 years of know-how in footwear. It is part of SMETA (the strictest ethical and social audit in the world).

Production of the shoe collection

Our warm women's slippers , our men's wool slippers , our mules and our espadrille are made in Elche in the South of Spain, in a family workshop with more than 25 years of know-how in footwear. It is part of SMETA (the strictest ethical and social audit in the world).

Production of the homewear collection

Our pajamas, shorts and socks are made in the Guimarães region in the north of Portugal, a great cradle of textiles, by pajama experts for maximum comfort and the most durable quality possible.

Production of the homewear collection

Our pajamas, shorts and socks are made in the Guimarães region in the north of Portugal, a great cradle of textiles, by pajama experts for maximum comfort and the most durable quality possible.

A very low carbon footprint

The fashion industry is one of the most polluting in the world. It emits billions of tonnes of greenhouse gases each year and some products emit ten times more carbon than others. So we decided to work in collaboration with Carbonfact which analyzes and measures the carbon footprint of our models. We compare them with market standards to ensure that our footprint is as small as possible.

A very low carbon footprint

The fashion industry is one of the most polluting in the world. It emits billions of tonnes of greenhouse gases each year and some products emit ten times more carbon than others. So we decided to work in collaboration with Carbonfact which analyzes and measures the carbon footprint of our models. We compare them with market standards to ensure that our footprint is as small as possible.