Mindfulness means being aware of our feelings, our thoughts and the world around us. The mindfulness training always reminds us of what really matters. In a state of mindfulness, we can make effective decisions, take actions and change things which we believe should be improved. For a long time, a respectful treatment of people and nature was not a standard in the fashion industry. At MANDALA, people and nature are at the heart of everything we do. True to the mantra "Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu", we are committed to ensuring that all living beings are happy and free. What this means in practice can be read next.
More humanity and fairness
Our clothing is produced under appropriate working conditions. Respectful treatment, fair payment and social security are fundamental for us. We are against the exploitation of workers. The independence of women, who are mainly involved in the production of garments, is important to us. We regularly review our standards and pay attention to what is close to our hearts: fair fashion quality for the wearer and all those involved. Find out more here.
A loving approach to animals
The animal welfare organisation PETA has awarded us the Approved Vegan Label. Not without reason, because the welfare of the animals is of great concern to us. We produce our fashion without animal tests or ingredients. Read more here.
Recycling and protection of resources
We avoid plastic packaging and use FSC-certified natural paper, silk paper and recycled cardboard. Furthermore, we only produce on demand and avoid overproduction.
Our materials are produced according to ecological guidelines and without chemical additives. We rely on renewable raw materials such as Organic Cotton and Tencel and recycled materials such as Recycled Polyester. You can learn more about this here.