MAVOLU is an online platform that offers a range of carefully selected products made out of innovative materials from sustainable sources. Check out the unique range of garments, accessories and home & decor or explore the material library in order to find out more about the latest fibre innovations and future materials.

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All things weird & wonderful

The aim of MAVOLU is to offer products that are both unique and sustainable. In order to trigger a change in current production it is necessary to re-think the value of certain fibres and materials. The result? A range of carefully selected products that are innovative and unusual, and that have been created with a lot of thought and care for the environment.
 

Sustainability

Of course, the use of innovative materials isn’t the only answer to a more sustainable fashion industry. However, choosing a low impact material as the base of a product is certainly a step into the right direction. Since the fibre creation is at the very beginning of the supply chain, it can either have a negative or positive impact on all further stages of the production process and user phase – for example in terms of human toxicity for farmers, weavers and even consumers. So if a sustainable fibre choice is made to begin with, then that's already contributing a lot towards a better future in fashion.
The products that are offered on MAVOLU all have a unique selling point and show very different approaches towards a more conscious consumption. In order to keep things simple, a range of different icons can be used to navigate through the sustainability criteria, giving you the option to choose those products that are most related to your own values.
 

#materialrevolution

Each item from the product range is trying to challenge the perception of materialism and consumption, be it through fibre creation from waste or cruelty-free production methods. If you would like to find out more about a specific material then you should definitely check out the material library and subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates on material innovation!