ABOUT

Filippa K was founded in 1993 and is today a leading Scandinavian fashion brand. The head office is situated in Stockholm, Sweden. With a holistic approach to business Filippa K is grounded in the energy of combining classic craftsmanship with modern knowledge. In the design, it can often be seen in the juxtaposition of tailoring and modern sportswear, each piece draped by designers in collaboration with seamstresses and pattern cutters. The offer consists of a womenswear line, a menswear line, shoes and accessories and in addition, the Soft Sport collection. Soft Sport was created with a need for refined activewear in mind. It’s a collection of luxe, functional and feminine garments for low intense training and travelling that completes the Filippa K offer.

MADE IN CHINA, ROMANIA, PORTUGAL, ITALY, LITHUANIA

BASED IN SWEDEN AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL

SUSTAINABILITY LABELS

RECYCLED

For their Front Runners collection they are using recycled wool mixed with recycled polyester from Italy. Using recycled polyester for the lining, use recycled polyester sewing thread and zippers.

NATURAL FIBERS

They use corozo buttons, known as “vegetable ivory”, is the fruit of Phitelephas Macrocarpa, an autochthonous palm-tree which grows in Ecuadorian micro-climates alongside other natural fibers.

MAINTENANCE

When a customer brings in a Front Runner with some kind of problem to a store they treat or repair the garment according to the need. As a step towards a circular economy, you can return old Filippa K garments that you no longer use. These will either be sold in their own second hand store or given to a selected humanitarian organisation. Brand also have their collections are available for rent.

DYES

The scraps of fabrics used cutting left overs get sorted in to colours before being recycled, which means they do not have to dye or finish the fabrics.

ETHICAL

They have full traceability from cutting waste to ready made garment. The information is available for each garment.

WASTE

They have a skirt made out of one piece of fabric creating practically zero cutting waste.

PACKAGING

The hangtags are made of 100% recycled paper and the string is made of 100% recycled polyester. For transport they use a biodegradable plastic bag made out of corn starch. For their frontrunner collection they use 100% recycled, grey labels.