One of Sunset Adore´s core values is sustainability. This includes ethical production. Therefore we´ve decided to partner with and support individual tailors, small fabric stores, and family owned factories. 

Local tailor shop, Spain

We work with an exceptionally skilled tailor from Southern Spain to create our noir, white, mint, and sky IT tops. He owns a small tailoring shop where he creates quality garments out of beautiful fabrics and materials. 

Local tailor factory, Spain

We work with a local factory in Spain. We´ve been there around 30 times and have a close relationship to the tailors and the owners. This is a family owned factory with no hierarchy and everyone works together with sewing, sample making, pattern making or helping packing the items. We are often in the factory helping out on the patternmaking, the packing on other things! We´re proud to have such a close relationship with the factory. Ethical and sustainable production, and great working conditions are top priority. 

Local tailor, Spain

We work with an amazing woman who has been sewing for many years, and is very skilled at her work. She sews our midnight tops, midnight mini skirts and midnight maxi skirts with attention to every detail, she makes detailed and beautiful garments. 

Local fabric shop, Spain

Only a 5 minute walk distance from our local tailer shop is a fabric shop housing beautiful garments. We buy a lot of our fabrics here because they offer great quality materials, unique materials and colors, we want to support small shops, and its only a 5 minute walk distance from the local tailor shop, meaning zero environmental impact on the transport of fabric to the production. 


Family owned factory, Zhejiang, China

To create our linen clothing pieces we partner with a small, family-owned and locally run factory based in Zhejiang, China. There are 62 employees, who receives a 15-20% higher salary than the local average. We chose to partner with this supplier due to their focus on sustainability, work ethics and exceptional quality. 

The factory focuses on sustainability, and some examples are:
  • Regenerating system - Leftover fabric (offcuts) is sorted into different quality groups, then given to a fabric mill who specialise in regenerating textiles. The offcuts are repurposed into new fibres/fabric bases.
  • Zero carbon emissions - Everything at the factory is electronic, and therefore zero carbon emissions. The source of electricity is powered by the sun and nuclear energy, which are both zero-emissions clean energy sources. Electricity from the sun is sustainable because this process converts the sun's energy into electrical energy and let us use the greatest, most sustainable resource on the planet: the sun. Electricity from nuclear is sustainable because the process generates power through fission, and the heat released in this process is used to create steam that spins the turbine to generate electricity. All without the harmful byproducts emitted by fossil fuels.
  • Super Saving System - Helps to save energy consumption. 
  • No harmful substances or chemicals are present - This is because we work with water-based inks for custom dye orders. This is better for both the person wearing the clothing piece, and our environment. 
  • Waste policies - Any waste is sorted and organised. The "waste" is either reused as fabric sample use or sent to specialised mills for recycling. 


  • Permanent contract - All the 62 employees work on a permanent contract.
  • 15-20% higher salary than the local average
  • 150-200% salary increase for overtime work - Overtime working hours are very much recognised, well-rewarded and ethical. 

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