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During Outdrop's 6 year lifetime, we have worked with several lovely people and factories to produce our garments. We have traveled to countries all over the world to look for the perfect partner in production who can match our vision in creating garments not focused on quantity, but quality. After trial and error, we eventually partnered with Atelier Kameleon, a Norwegian-owned atelier consisting of 22 passionate people, located in a small city called Tauragé in Lithuania.

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Developing high quality jersey garments has always been a big focus for us. In the process of solely producing pieces we can stand firmly behind, finding a partner in developing more sustainable fabrics became crucial.    
In 2019 we started working with a Madrid-based textile developer, born with the mission to replace synthetic, functional textiles with natural and more responsible options. 

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Made to last

Every Outdrop garment is made to last and withstand a long life. Producing clothes that will last both due to its high-quality production, but also focusing collections on timeless silhouettes and styles. Standing in opposition to fast fashion, the reason we make clothes is to make garments that fit into a seasonless wardrobe, in our own signature cuts made from both sustainable and durable textiles. A garment with a smaller carbon footprint and a long life cycle. When garments break we want to give new life to the textiles to ensure that nothing that can be saved goes to waste.



All of our garments are made by a skilled and professional team of tailors, cutters, seam workers, controllers, ironing, and packaging personnel in Lituania, EU. The production atelier owned and run by Norwegian activist Anne Slaaen. The atelier is a 100% ethical producer, meaning that they do their utmost to take good care of their staff ensuring good work conditions, treating everyone with respect, and to bring out the best skills in all the team and thereby delivering quality garments to last a lifetime. In November 2022 we visited the atelier. We got to meet the fantastic people we've worked so closely with to develop our best garments to date.

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