Collection: Hats

Created by @florencecollin
Each hat is made on a manual knitting machine, this allows a sustainable manufacturing process and generates energy savings, using a manual machine gives the flexibility to make small series, adapt to demand, avoid overstocking, and be aware of the quantity that is going to be manufactured. Florence trains people who did not have the opportunity to finish their basic studies or obtain higher education in this trade, giving them the option of being able to choose another type of job and acquire knowledge of the machinery, the different yarns and patterns that will be woven.

Made-up from a recycled yarn @ecocitex, a company that converts disused clothing into recycled textile yarn, their goal is to eliminate all textile waste in Chile

It is not only a company that seeks to find solutions to a pollution problem, but also seeks to insert women released from prison back into society by hiring them to work on this wonderful project.

Ecocitex is one of the yarns that @florencecollin uses to make her creations focused on slow fashion.


Natural and Black: 85% Baby Alpaca 12%Mohair 3% Poliamida

Beige rosé, Denim 60%: Llama 25% Merino wool 12%Mohair 3% Poliamida

Created by Patagonia Hecha a Mano

Hilando Libertad is a project, a desire of the Patagonia Hecha a Mano Cooperative, which teaches the trade of spinning to the male prison population, breaking gender paradigms.

Spinning freedom is an aspiration based on the theory of withdrawal, approach that assumes that successful social reintegration rests on a combination on motivation, human and social capital.

The products are handmade by inmates from Punta Arenas prison, and put on the market by Patagonia Hecha a Mano who supports them with management and networks.