35 450 L of water
per deadstock garment
4 046 trees
for each designed t-shirt
3 240 kg of oxygen
for each tree planted
50 women from Chorrillos and Fatima prisons with jobs, fair pay, and technical education
How did we do it
It is not easy to always propose sustainable materials throughout our production process. Still, we got as a commitment to stay motivated and to develop new techniques and research.
Why is 70% of our clothing transformable and versatile?
to women in vulnerable situations
Since 2017, we have built a robust program to train technically and commercially, employ with fair pay, and empower women in need.
What have we achieved?
More than 50 women benefited.
From the Fatima and Chorrillos prisons,and from the National Family Welfare Program (INABIF).
50% increase in revenue
Compared to their income before working for Estrafalario.
Two collections employed 31 craftswomen.
More than six months of training for 17 women from the community of Magdalena de Cao for the Señora de Cao collection. One month with 14 women in Pucallpa for the Pucallpa collection.
We have already planted 4 046 trees.
In 2019, we raised our voices about the fires in the Amazon, and we set out to find solutions to the deforestation of our forests. In the last three years, we have collaborated with different organizations to reforest Peru's forests.
Together with the non-profit civil association Pachamama Raymi, we aim to counteract environmental degradation and rural poverty. We are helping many rural families to improve their living conditions and sustainably manage their natural resources. Thanks to them, we are planting trees in the district of Accha, province of Paruro, in Cusco.