“Every piece is designed with the ambition of evoking emotion; our clothing should make us feel something, inspiring our intention to treasure it.”
We do not offer wardrobe basics, but instead offer unique timeless pieces that are thoughtfully designed and playfully unique. The use of high quality fabrics, and craftsmanship, inspire a longevity and care.
We encourage slow fashion, to buy mindfully and buy what you love.
Our ethos is built on honesty and transparency, and as a brand aims for incremental improvements in sustainable practices throughout the business. We acknowledge that we are at the beginning, and there is a long way to go.
Although we don't consider ourselves as sustainable brand, we are starting this journey with intent and mindfulness each step of the way.
The PALMA MARTÎN collection is designed and developed in Australia and manufactured by our high quality tailors in Southern China who are socially conscious and abide by an ethical code of conduct. Our atelier has been selected specifically for their artisanal abilities to create the intricate detailing that adorn our pieces.
Our fabrics are sourced from mills local to the factory to maintain footprint impact and efficiency and are primarily natural, organic, reclaimed and biodegradable fibre mixes. The fabrics and trims are considered for both their environmental kindness and also for their luxurious handfeel and texture.
We use Sendle where possible for our deliveries. Every Sendle parcel is delivered 100% Carbon neutrally. Every time we send a parcel, the carbon emissions are offset by investing in positive environmental causes.
Our packaging gift boxes are made from 100% Recycled materials, and are Australian made. They were chosen so that you may be able to reuse them around the home, and when you no longer need them, they are 100% recyclable.
We choose to use compostable shipping mailers from HEROPACK, proudly certified as both Home and Commercially Compostable. These mailers are 100% home compostable, but also made from such materials that if they ended up in landfill, they would still break down with no waste.