Inhale the past, exhale the future .

Seasonal Collection

About

With sustainability at its core, ZSIGMOND focuses mostly on made-to-order pieces to avoid the piling of superfluous stock, thus further contributing to the overconsumption of our society. Each creation is eco-consciously and ethically produced in Hungary with fabrics purchased from transparent, qualified European manufacturers. Utilizing the “dead stock” materials of luxury brands and employing the technological innovations in recycling help us to use what we already have in the world for creating something new with lasting value.

PRODUCTION CYCLE

Each garment and accessory is made in the countryside of Hungary following a sustainable and ethical production cycle. Every fabric used in the collection (such as 100% organic cotton and 100% recycled PE) is certified and sourced from European manufacturers to minimise the ecological footprint of the garments. The collection also utilizes natural substitutes for plastic buttons and zip-pullers in the form of ethically sourced horns collected at the natural end of the animals’ lives.

SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

Patterns are angular in order to maximise fabric usage and minimise tailoring waste. Following zero-waste production principles, fabric waste from previous collections is utilised to create trimmings, inserts and hats.

Motifs are screen-printed onto the garments by hand in Budapest using a unique, eco-conscious dye.
Garments are finished with hem facings that are meant not only to embellish the garments but to lengthen the lifecycle of the items.


The final products are packaged in recycled fabric and are delivered with DHL’s Go Green service which minimises logistics-related waste and other environmental impacts.

REMADE

The REMADE line focuses on one-of-a-kind garments in limited quantities. Through the line, decades or even a century old fabrics are repurposed as contemporary urban wear to use what we already have in the world to create something new. Each fabric is chosen during continuous, country-wide research in Hungary. As a result, pieces, like bomber jackets crafted from 60-year-old velvet headkerchiefs or hand-woven wall tapestry, are a statement not only in unique design but in sustainability as well.