All styles are entirely designed and made in France by close partners, with a real know-how experience. Thus, all components such as fabrics, labels, packaging ... are made in France.
The designers create the collections in their sewing workshop in Dijon, France. They also make clothing for other brands who wishes to offer quality products made in France.
HOMIGALLI has imagined its creations as pieces that we keep for a long time and can pass down to future generations. This is why the brand pays particular attention to the exceptional quality of its fabrics and finishing touches.
Manufacturing in France also means acting with respect to the environment. By reducing journeys between different stages of production, the carbon footprint decreases significantly.
The suppliers of the brand are strongly committed to sustainable development and are especially working vigorously on saving the energy, reduction of water consumption and reduction of dirty water discharges.
HOMIGALLI recycles the unused fabrics waste during the making process to make small accessories such as hair scrunchies or bow ties. The brand donates the remaining pieces to a local primary school that makes it available to students for manual labor.
Also, the packaging is PEFC-certified, and made from paper from sustainably managed forests.
All fair trade principles such as decent wages, respect for workers' rights, prohibition of child labor and respect for ILO international conventions are followed. In addition, the use of Oeko-Tex 100 certified materials, as well as GOTS and Fairtrade acts as a guarantee for good social conditions.
The selected fabrics are all OEKO-TEX 1001 certified. They are produced either in France or by a GOTS2 and Fairtrade3 certified German suppliers.
1: All materials used are OEKO-TEX 100 certified and guarantee that they do not contain toxic products for the body and the environment. It protects the health of consumers as well as the people who work to make them.
2: The organic cotton materials have the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification, which ensures the organic origin of the fibers. Moreover, the process of manufacturing is complied with the environmental and social standards.
3: The organic cotton used is Fairtrade, whose terms reduce the inequalities among suppliers by introducing fair remunerations and improved the living standards.