Marie Sixtine - feminine designs
Dressing feminine does not necessarily mean squeezing into tight dresses and skirts. This cliché belongs to the past! It's all a question of combination. And Marie Sixtine is leading the way! Launched in 2010, the Parisian fashion label designs classic, timeless and feminine dresses. Every year they launch two major collections. They are strongly reminiscent of Parisian flair, combined with the emancipated, avant-garde woman. Lightly falling fabrics in simple colours let you shine in a new light. The dresses are a mixture of vintage style and modern trends. The shirts, which partly look a little oversized, conceal small problem areas well. Through the wide V-neck, you can still show your figure. Even small bows underline your femininity. The simple colours like white and black allow you to combine the trendy pieces in many ways. But also rich red tones are represented. Dress as you feel comfortable!
Your trademark: High quality
Clothing not only has tp look beautiful, it is also supposed to last a long time. Far too much clothing is thrown away, either because it no longer pleases you or because washing it too often makes it look emaciated and faded. This does not happen to you with high-quality materials. Clothes made of organic cotton, Tencel or linen have a much longer life span and you will enjoy them for longer! Marie Sixtine relies on these materials. The materials are also more skin-friendly and do not contain chemicals.
Slow fashion instead of fast fashion
While the fashion giants launch several collections a year, small companies that focus on fair and ecological conditions cannot keep up. And they don't want to. They prefer designs that have been created with a lot of love and effort and that nobody has to suffer from than hecticly chasing the trend. We at GREENALITY also want to teach the fashion industry a lesson. In 2018 we travelled to Bangladesh to visit the production site of our Greenality x Basics and in the course of this we also visited the school Amader Pathshala. Learn more about the trip in our blog post. We realized that we want to help the children there. Therefore we donate the amount of money for a school lesson to Bangladesh for every purchased item. In this way we want to enable the children to have a different future than that of the seamstresses. More about our "A Lesson For Fashion" project can be found on our "About Us" page.