Designed in France, Designer & LES BOHÈMES founder Rina Henry was inspired to create a wardrobe for her retreat clients. So NDYGO was born to offer a collection, influenced by the tropical scenery of the retreats, for the socially conscious, modern woman, that would fit into her lifestyle activities. She particularly wanted to work with sustainable fabrics that had qualities of breathability, moisture absorption and UV protection due to the hot climates of the current retreat locations in Saint Lucia and Zanzibar.
Designing a material or product whilst considering environmental sustainability. A product’s environmental impact can be reduced through material and production process selection, typically relating to resource consumption or pollution.
Fair and decent working conditions, covering areas including health and safety, equality and anti-discrimination, unionisation, and employee wellbeing.
Ensuring females have the capacity and opportunities necessary to fully participate in society, through equal opportunities, autonomous choices, having their voices heard.
Packaging intended for consumers and businesses that has been designed with sustainability in mind and has a lower environmental impact than traditional forms of packaging, such as single-use plastic.
Sizing that is representative of a wider range of body types, including shape, height, and size, as well as ensuring a range of body types is represented in marketing.
'Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.'
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