TRANSPARENCY THROUGH OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

We transform stories into timeless pieces, but we don’t do it alone. Our partners share our commitment to do things differently and share our values. Remu Apparel would not be a reality without the people & companies that share our passion. We think it is just fair for you to know exactly where your Remu Apparel garments are coming from and who is manufacturing them - so let us introduce our amazing partners.

OUR PARTNERS: MANUFACTURING

RAQUEL’S WORKSHOP - MIRANDA ECUADOR

Just an hour’s drive from Quito, Raquel Llumiquinga & Sofia Tipan have been manufacturing Remu Apparel jackets since we started Remu Apparel. They became our first manufacturing partners and are essential for our company and our objectives.

J&A WORKSHOP - MIRANDA ECUADOR

Gender inequality is still ingrained in every aspect of Ecuadorian society: economic, social and political. We believe the economic empowerment of women is fundamental so that they can take agency of their present and their future. Remu works with seamstresses from rural communities to handcraft each of our pieces, enabling them to become independent through their skills and provide for their families.

MARIO LLUMIQUINGA - MIRANDA ECUADOR

We met Mario through our manufacturing partner Raquel. She told us her brother was a blacksmith and that he could help us with the buttons for our jackets. We are really fond of the community of Miranda and once we saw the opportunity to expand our supply chain and further impact this small community we took it.

OUR PARTNERS: MATERIALS

We transform stories into timeless pieces, but we don’t do it alone. Our partners share our commitment to do things differently and share our values. Remu Apparel would not be a reality without the people & companies that share our passion. We think it is just fair for you to know exactly where your Remu Apparel garments are coming from and who is manufacturing them - so let us introduce our amazing partners.

ANDES MATERIALS - SALASAKA, ECUADOR

Andes Materials offers a portfolio of hand made thread, yarn, and fabric made by women and men of the Sanjaloma community of Salasaka-Ecuador.
The revitalization of this complex artisan process is developed in several phases, through which the culture of its protagonists is expressed: respecting nature and its processes, a dialogue of knowledge between generations, and how their ancient textile techniques have a new value thanks to sustainable fashion.