Alexandra Barker

Alexandra Barker

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Alexandra Barker's current products are vegan, they choose not to use any animal-derived textiles in their clothing

All of Alexandra Baker's packaging is FSC recycled, including the embossed hangtags made locally in a factory that is wind-powered. Their brand cards are printed on 100% FSC recycled pulp and the company offsets the carbon emissions using the World Land Trust’s carbon balance scheme. Their garment bag of choice is made from FSC recycled kraft paper pulp and is screen printed using vegetable ink. The brand cards and kraft bags are also recyclable. They also have a partnership with Repack for the outer shell packaging bags

Alexandra Barker only produces timeless pieces. This ultimately means that they produce one collection per year and some of the styles remain in the collection for the foreseeable future, perhaps coming out in different fabrics over the course of the style's lifetime

Alexandra Barker only works with the made-to-order method: all of their garments are made-to-order and made on-demand

The brand only produces timeless, unique pieces designed not to fit trends but to stand out such as collection pieces, that are seasonless and produced in a timeless color palette

Alexandra Barker is partnered with an Atelier named "Made Here" in Amsterdam to produce the majority of their collection. Atelier Made Here is a tailor's cooperative of skilled craftspersons with a refugee background that guarantees fair working conditions and pensions for those employed by the cooperative

The brand decided to donate all of the proceeds from one of their quilted styles, Red Sky, to a foundation established in partnership with the Atelier Made Here, namely Foundation Atelier MADE HERE, to continue to invest and support tailors coming from refugee backgrounds re-settling into employment

Alexandra Barker is size-inclusive, offering a range of XS to XL sizing

All of Alexandra Barker's clothing is made using the time-honored technique involved in tailoring along with creating pieces that feature intricate stitch work and fine details. Their pieces are constructed to be long-lasting by highly skilled craftspersons and are made-to-order locally

Alexandra Barker is a small business: the team is made of 2 employees

Alexandra Barker garments are all made in Western Europe in Ateliers in Groningen, The Netherlands, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Inspired by nature in all of its rawness and beauty, Alexandra Barker's clothing is hand-made in The Netherlands with a sensitivity towards our planet and human beings. They believe in challenging the current fashion system by making beautiful clothing made to last that honors the environment alongside craftsmanship. The collections are ethically made using natural fibre and overproduction fabrics, and all their pieces are purposefully made-to-order. They are born from a compassionate view toward our planet and people

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Inspired by nature in all of its rawness and beauty, Alexandra Barker's clothing is hand-made in The Netherlands with a sensitivity towards our planet and human beings. They believe in challenging the current fashion system by making beautiful clothing made to last that honors the environment alongside craftsmanship. The collections are ethically made using natural fibre and overproduction fabrics, and all their pieces are purposefully made-to-order. They are born from a compassionate view toward our planet and people