nnim clothing - fair production in small family owned business in bali

#workwithfriends - limited production and revolutionary pre-order concept to avoid overproduction and waste

ALL STYLES #89ers #limitededition

reusegarment and fabrics from overstock #deadstock #sustainablefabric

we believe that making clothes is a peoples business and we are very proud to work with friends..

all our relationships are build on trust and our contracts are made by handshake..

our clothes are handmade and we love what we do..

Sustainable approach

with the 89ers limited series we celebrate the fact that, as an independend brand we provide you with unique, original and actually rare clothes.

small is great


Bamboo is a fabric full of wonders. Besides being more sustainable than cotton, it is also supremely soft, breathable and thermo-regulating, hypoallergenic, UV protective, highly absorbent, anti-bacterial and biodegradable.

Like bamboo, hemp grows very well without chemicals and needs way less water than cotton. It is the most robust of natural fibers with an amazing longevity and an excellent resistance to stretching. Like linen, the more you wash it the softer it becomes. How amazing that it gets better with the time! It’s also highly thermo-regulating and very compatible with the skin.

Linen is highly compatible with our skin, it evaporates water very quickly which explains why linen cloth always feels fresh and cool. It also possesses high air permeability and heat conductivity properties that will greatly help the auto regulation of your body in case of hot weather as well as being an ideal warmth-keeper when cold. Linen is renowned for its exceptional durability and the more it is washed the softer it becomes.

Natural dying avoids the pollution of water and soil as well as keeping the factory workers healthier.

Organic cotton plants are ensured to be non genetically transformed originals and are growing completely free of any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. The fiber has a better quality than non-organic cottons, it’s health friendly and it conserves biodiversity.