VEGAN. SUSTAINABLE. ORGANIQUE.
Meet Organique: Your new favourite sustainable clothing brand.
Founded in 2021, Organique was created with the mission to care for the environment, animals and people. Great clothing shouldn’t have to come at the expense of the planet, so we set out to create a collection that is comfortable, fashionable AND vegan, sustainable and organic.
As the fashion industry becomes more and more fast-paced, Organique is embracing slow fashion: high-quality clothing that lasts.
Materials that you, and the planet, will love.
At Organique we love high-quality, organic materials, and you will too. We’ve chosen to work with low-impact fabrics Organic Cotton and Lyocell. These fabrics are incredibly soft, hypoallergenic, and much kinder on your skin than their synthetic counterparts. This means no harmful pesticides or toxic bleach! Right now, only 1% of cotton worldwide is organic. This needs to change, and we believe that you, and the planet, deserve to feel the difference.
These materials make our pieces perfect for movement and activity, or even just lounging about! They also use substantially less energy and water to create than synthetic fibres, and biodegrade much faster.
Fashion that lasts.
Sustainability = long-lasting. We want you to keep, and love, your Organique pieces for as long as possible. Our modern and minimalistic pieces are designed with longevity in mind. We pay attention to every detail, from the stitching, to the buttons.
The quality of our fabrics ensures longevity, and the designs make the perfect base for a capsule wardrobe!
From Portugal: To the World
Following success with Vegan Footwear brand NAE Vegan Shoes, Founder Paula Perez decided to expand into the fashion sphere with Organique, driving the fashion industry towards a more organic and ethical landscape.
Organique is a Portuguese brand, and we’re proud to produce all of our clothing in a local high-end textile atelier. We believe in ethical clothing, and this value can be found along our entire chain of production with the working, living and social conditions of the people making your clothes. Find out more about our clothing atelier LaGofra here