Amidst an industry often criticized for its environmental footprint and labor practices, we at Infantium Victoria want to shine as a radiant example of positive change. Our commitment to crafting vegan and sustainable children's clothing goes beyond creating beautiful garments – it's about fostering empowerment and collaboration, particularly among women. We firmly believe that fashion can be a catalyst for change, and our joint efforts with women-led businesses are proof of that. Let's delve into our powerful partnerships, all of which support our line of sustainable kids' clothing.
At the heart of our mission lies a profound dedication to women empowerment within the fashion realm. While the majority of fashion workers are women, it's regrettable that so few companies truly prioritize their growth and leadership. Infantium Victoria takes a different path, engaging in meaningful partnerships with businesses that echo our values of empowerment and sustainability.
Seamstress with a Vision: Lira Moden
In the heart of our creative process is the remarkable partnership with Lira Moden, an expert seamstress atelier known for their unparalleled craftsmanship. Led and operated by women, Lira Moden is an embodiment of women empowerment in an industry where that's far too rare. The meticulous stitching they offer brings the intricate designs of our organic cotton kids' clothes to life, making each piece a masterstroke. Their contributions underscore the power of unity and shared purpose. All our garments listed “made in Germany” have been made by the skillful hands of the Lira Moden team.
A clear example of their talent is Zero-waste Girls' Patchwork Dresses, marrying the principles of environmental responsibility and women's empowerment into a garment that's not just a statement but a stance.
A Pattern of Empowerment: Tharangini Studio
In the heart of Bangalore is a gem known as Tharangini Studio, a haven for block printing lead by Padmini, second generation, female owner.. Their golden hand-block prints adorn our Pink Flower Girl Dress and make every piece unique. This studio epitomizes women empowerment by not just employing women, but giving them the tools to excel, innovate, and lead. When you choose this dress for your child, you're contributing to a circle of empowerment that resonates across borders.
From Waste to Wonder: Iro Iro
Our most recent collaborator, Iro Iro, is a perfect fit in our ethos of sustainability and women empowerment. This innovative Indian company transforms textile cutting waste into new, handwoven fabric. Not only are they committed to zero waste, but they're founded by the visionary Bhaavya Goenka, making it also a women-led enterprise. We will collaborate with Iro Iro on multiple levels. They will use our cutting waste to craft new fabric. Together we will design a timeless unique garment that each season can consume the cutting waste of our previous season, and that in itself has a zero waste pattern, effectively eliminating our cutting waste.
Leading by Example
At Infantium Victoria, our collaborations are not incidental; they're intentional. We choose to work with companies that reflect our core values of women empowerment and sustainability. We believe that every piece of clothing we create isn't merely a fashion statement. It's an echo of the skill, resilience, and empowerment of the women who help bring these clothes to life.
A Thread that Binds
As we continue to evolve, our commitment to women empowerment and sustainable fashion only deepens. We invite you to be a part of this journey, one where buying a simple piece of sustainable kids' clothing or organic cotton kids' clothes contributes to a bigger narrative. Together, we can craft a future where the majority of the workers in fashion are not just women but women who are empowered, heard, and celebrated.
Step into a world where the fabric of society is as sustainable as the garments we wear and as empowered as the women who weave them. Join us in making women empowerment more than just a buzzword. It's time to turn it into a reality.