At the heart of Eileen Fisher is great design. Ideas brougt to life through clean lines, simple lines and sensual fabrics. Their design strives to balance the timeless with the modern and function with beauty. It’s an organic system, always elvolving and building upon what’s come before. It is a dialogue between seasonal perspectives and enduring ideals. Their values ground them in the essentials of design. Simple, sensual, beautiful, timeless and functional: these values are threaded through every collection they create. They bring this love of self-expression to their customers, instilling confidence through the beauty and performance of great design.
MADE IN US, PERU, INDIA, CHINA, VIETNAM AND OTHER COUNTRIES.
BASED IN US AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
They use recycled nylon, recycled polyester, recycled and reclaimed cashmere and cotton.
Tencel, alpaca and RWS certified wool, chlorine-free wool as well as transitional cotton from a farmer that is trasitioning from conventional cotton to organic. Majority of their rayon, modal and lyocell comes from responsibly managed forests.
They are committed to dyeing all of their fabrics with safe chemicals and the best practices for water and energy usage. 13% of their products are Bluesign® certified, 20% of our product is certified to the Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX®. They use raw undyed colour cashmere, and natural dyes.
They source paper made with recycled content and/or fiber from responsibly managed certified forests with preference given to those certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
They work with reponsable and fair trade labor standards accross the world and have transparent supply chains. Brand utilizes the services of independent, third-party auditors in order to monitor and improve the conditions at our factories worldwide according to SA8000 protocol. They are certified B Corp.
Brand uses organic cotton & linen.
Their donations to environmental and human rights groups are based on the priorities of their Social Consciousness work and are the result of internal nomination only. They have a all list available on their website.
They take back their used clothes, that are either resold through their Renew program or their Waste No More team transforms them into one-of-a-kind artworks, pillows and wall hangings using a custom felting method.