Ever since the idea of Lanivatti was conceived, we realized that our planet is in huge danger from climate change, and we aim to use all the resources we have—our business, our investments, our voice and our imaginations—to do something about it. If we want the world to exist in a hundred years, there has to be a fundamental shift in how we consume and how we produce.

We can’t pride ourselves as the model of a perfectly responsible company. We still have a long way to go in this journey and we’re far from perfect. But we proudly took the first step to realize our environmental and social responsibilities, and then began to act on them. Like other things in human life, it began with one small step that led to another.
We are sharing this roadmap to stay on task and hopefully to inspire our partners, collaborators and all the fellow makers in the industry. We believe that by combining effort collectively we can make a major difference and achieve a positive turn to the fashion industry.

 


2019

Sustainable fibers, transparency and improvement within our supply chain is our priority focus as a brand.

  • 70% of Tier 1 suppliers is Department of Labor (Depnaker) certified
  • 70% of Tier 2 suppliers is Department of Labor (Depnaker) certified
  • 75% of Tier 3 suppliers is ethically certified
  • 60% of Tier 4 suppliers is ethically certified
  • Our entire collections incorporate 90% biodegradable fibers
  • Our packaging is 100% biodegradable
  • We are actively engaging in community talks about sustainable fashion

2021

Our Goals & Commitments:

  • Increasing sustainable sourced fibers and notions to 80% (including changing conventional cotton and linen into organic)
  • Neutralising carbon impact by assessing travel, logistics and packaging
  • Integrating full-circular practices into the lifecycle of our clothes
  • Developing our waste minimization strategy
  • Contribute our profits to philanthropic causes

2025

By 2025 we are working towards being certified as a B-Corporation company, as well as reaching full supply chain transparency, increasing sustainable sourced fibers to 100%, and most importantly the development and implementation of worker empowerment programs.

We also hope to continue our philanthropic endeavors to support organization that are working to address social and environmental issues.