Our promise

Where We Are Now


Social Sustainability

The passion for travel, the interest in cultures from all over the world is what that prompted Verena to create Bijondo 13 years ago.

Ensuring that our collaborators work in full compliance with the fundamental principles is essential for us, and this is why we have always been committed to creating human relationships with them. We are proud to work with numerous laboratories in Bali, the Philippines, Thailand and Italy since 2007, and we visit these places every year to make sure that the rights of all those who actively participate in the great Bijondo project are duly protected.

We are also aware of how important it is to preserve the cultural heritage of our collaborators, which is why our accessories are handmade in Bali and the Philippines using local artisan techniques and local materials.

Bijondo he never stops looking ahead and this is why he undertakes to do everything possible so that his production chain is day after day, step by step, increasingly sustainable.

 Our goal for 2023 is to achieve the same level of transparency in every single step of the supply chain.


Our Vision

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The sustainable production and consumption cycle 

Here is our sustainability checklist. By 2023 we aim to implement changes in five key points:

  • -Sustainable fabrics
  • -Cleaner and more efficientproduction 
  • -Social equity 
  • -Waste management
  • -Positive impact

Sustainable Fabrics

The fabric making process — starting from the production or cultivation of textile fibers up to manufacturing — involves serious environmental impacts, which is why we select the fabrics with which they are made with extreme care and attention produce our garments, preferring natural and biodegradable fabrics, coming from sustainable textile crops or recycled textile fibers.

Cleaner and more efficientproduction 

All stages of the production chain will be further analyzed in order to identify and implement increasingly environmentally friendly practices.

The use of fabrics obtained from sustainable supply chains is a fundamental point in achieving our goal of minimizing environmental impact.

In addition to respecting the environment, Bijondo will ensure that the garments you wear are treated in every single detail.

Our program has employee well-being and environmental protection as essential and indispensable points: avoiding water pollution, that of dangerous chemical substances, deforestation, waste of water and energy and the suffering of animals.

Social equity

Our will is to engage socially to contribute to global sustainable development. And this is why we will continue to protect the well-being of employees first and foremost and to make sure that our collaborators operate in healthy situations, that they comply with both local laws and safety standards and workers' rights. We will also develop new partnerships in the developing world

with social tailors that take care of their community by offering job opportunities to people in difficulty.

Waste management

One of the topics that is closest to our hearts and for which we have been fighting since the beginning of our long journey is that of waste management. We are aware of the negative impact plastic has on our planet, of the fact that its consumption has grown uncontrollably in recent decades, and that its presence both on land and in the sea is causing irreparable damage to the environment. And it is in the light of all this that we have set ourselves the main objective of eliminating the use of this material in all of our production phases.

The first step in this direction was to redesign our packaging and to use biodegradable materials.

Positive impact

What drives and animates the spirit of the large Bijondo family is the positive impact. We firmly believe that fashion can be a communication channel through which to convey messages of hope and trust in the future, promoting the health of our communities and the environment.

Join us, the journey has just begun!