ABOUT

Established in 2014, NATALIJA is a Sydney label that specialises in silk garments that are “both bedroom and brunch appropriate” – as Vogue Australia so eloquently puts it. Intentionally made for the modern woman – pioneering the slow fashion movement, NATALIJA is built on quality over quantity. It aims to make timeless clothes that work together effortlessly and that delight the spirit and simplify life. The brand is committed to maintaining high ethical, social and environmental standards through all business practices, with manufacturers accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia. NATALIJA is guided by (and are known for) these seven design principles: 1. Simplicity 2. Beauty 3.Comfort 4. Ease 5. Function 6. Versatility 7. Quality. Each collection is made to fit women’s bodies and lives, with luxurious pure silks sought after for their longevity, comfort and lustre. With a range of silhouettes and timeless shades to choose from season after season, a NATALIJA design will quickly become the cornerstone of any well-curated loungewear wardrobe. While the designs are classically simple, the colour may reflect a trend, but the style remains relevant (always).

MADE IN AUSTRALIA

BASED IN AUSTRALIA AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL

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SUSTAINABILITY LABELS

ETHICAL

Their garments are ethically made in Sydney, Australia by manufacturer that is accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia. They pay adequate wages, have a healthy working hours, a safe hygienic workplace, protection of the environment.

DYES

They use toxin/chemical free dyes that are responsibly disposed.

PACKAGING

They use Better Packaging Co’s 100% biodegradable bag made from corn starchwhich which will decompose at home composing in 3-6 months.

NATURAL FIBERS

They use ethically sourced silk from China derived from sustainable cultivation processes.

WASTE

They produce in small batches, some pieces are made to order and they reuse their cut-offs to make silk scrunchies to minimise waste.

TRANSPORTATION

They limit the amount of countries they engage with on their supply chain during production; 2 countries maximum. Fortheir incoming Asian consignments they always aim to use sea transport.