MINUSSE wouldn’t be possible without the collaboration all of these people.
Freelancers, project heads and/or companies that have helped and continue
to help us to turn every idea, every collection, every step, into a reality.
A German company specialising in organic fabrics produced fair and sustainably, from the cotton fields to the dying process and from there to product distribution. All of its textiles are therefore certified according to the guidelines of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). Here the core objectives are to promote socially responsible production, fair trade and reasonable prices for manufacturers and, in so doing, to increase the value of the individual articles produced.
Seidentraum’s offer includes natural textiles made from organic silk and Peace Silk from sustainable and ecological production. Seidentraum is committed to a change in textile production that respects nature and man involving disadvantaged women’s groups in India.
Catalan company specialising in organic cotton fibre in natural, undyed colours. The company uses the natural colours born from seeds that are not genetically modified, produced by 150 family farmers in Brazil, owners of their land (1 hectare on average), who grow only biodynamic crops. The cotton is spun in Catalunya and later woven and manufactured in Portugal. This resumes the company’s commitment to absolute control from the seed to the end product, therefore being able to offer pure products with neither wet chemical treatments nor dyes.
Tessitura Serica di Olmeda, is a weaving mill from Como with a history, tradition and experience stretching over almost a century. In line with the true “Made in Italy” excellence, TESEO has made Sustainability a key priority throughout its production. In 2013 TESEO started developing a line of Organic Silks, achieving the GOTS certification in 2014.
Catalan designer, creator and pattern designer living in Donostia. We are enormously lucky to enjoy Clara’s professional approach and expertise as a pattern designer at Minusse. Specialising in creativity and pattern design, she has also personally developed circular economy, material recycling and pattern design projects based on the zero waste concept.
A non-profit social integration cooperative that has a production, training and entrepreneurship workshop, focused on ethical and sustainable fashion, with the aim of empowering and giving work alternatives to women without resources and in situations of vulnerability.
Clothes making workshop devised by Carlos Rui-Wamba and belonging to the Peñascal cooperative, a non-profit social initiative declared to be in the public interest, focussed on the integration to society of people who are in a situation or are at risk of exclusion.Thanks to this workshop, we can obtain 100% local production while also backing a social project.
Association promoting the insertion to work and society of people at risk of social exclusion by means of different initiatives, among which are their Haziak production workshop in Aretxabaleta. This workshop is responsible for producing our packaging using leftover and recycled fabrics.