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About Irema

IREMA is a slow brand of handmade clothes & garments for women who love a sustainable life.

We are interested in sustainable methods of production to minimise environmental impact as well as to give answers to ethical and social issues: environmental ans social responsibility are central to everything we do.

We appreciate doing things well, recovering traditional skills that support local communities. We work with local craft people from Spain to create unique collections and at the same time, to support their community development.

We work with upcycled scraps and deadstock fabrics in an effort to reduce industrial textile remains. We seek to take advantage of every piece of fabric, leather, tape, zipper and button we got in our hands with a past history.

We produce garments using Global Organic Textile and sustainable materials which are environmentally friendly and free of hazardous elements such as nickel, lead, formaldehyde, amines, pesticides and heavy metals.

We produce unique pieces that can hardly be repeated. We love to explain the story of every garment or apparel produced: the origin of the fabrics, how it was produced an how to take care of it.

“We create limited edition, clothing and accessories seasonless in nature and timeless in design. We believe in being fashonable without harming the planet”

Know our suppliers and producers

We work with providers and suppliers with a story to tell about their commitment with an ethical fashion. We look for a long-term partnership to produce truly sustainable and socially responsible products.

We spend time looking for our partners because we are interested in building strong personal relationships with them. Our faceto- face approach is key to build a sustainable and transparent supply chain.

EstilUnic  visit web
Moda 22 makers visit web

Lebenskleidung  visit web
Siebenblau  visit web

Headquarters Irema Slow Fashion



IREMA con la moda sostenible

IREMA moves to a sustainable fashion through the introduction of upcycling and organic fabrics. Clothes that explain a story of transparency and closeness in every moment.

Artisans’ Studios

Visiting artisans’ studios or looking for traces left by professions that marked an age it’s also a source of inspiration.

Free-markets and use second hand clothes

I love it because they use second hand clothes, out-of-stock fabrics, free-markets, leather obtained form old sofas…and they take profit of every single scrap. The result is wonderful!