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The Product
Journey

Garment supply chains are often long , non-transparent and complex. At Floria we are committed to bring insight into our supply chain to make sure all people working on our garments have save, respectful and ethical working conditions. Our goal is to connect you with our partners and processes as much as possible. Below you can find the full product journey of our June jacket & Bièl shorts. 

Cotton Farm

Salem, South India

Our cotton is partly organic, partly recycled. The OCS certified organic cotton is grown on a farm in Southern India, in Salem. The Organic Content Standard (OCS) verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.

The ginning process is also done in Salem. Ginning is a process in which the cotton fibres are separated from the cotton seeds or lint.

Sorting/ shredding recycled cotton

Tiruppur, South India

The recycled component is from various sources, collected mostly from industrial left overs at manufacturing places. First, fabrics and materials are sorted by color. After sorting, the fabrics are run through a machine that shreds the fabric into yarn and further into raw fibers.

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Spinning

Madurai, South India

In Madurai the organic and recycled fibers are spun into a yarn. 

Dyeing

Mumbai, India

Akané studio is a dyeing house, exclusively working with natural dyes. The studio is located in Mumbai, India and run by the sisters; Janhavi and Juhi.

With textile dyeing and treatment being the second-largest polluter in the world, Akané studio decided to go back to the roots and work only with dyes obtained from natural sources such as plants, flowers, roots, wood, bark, berries, nuts, seeds etc. Read more about Akané studio on our partner page.