Our Values

We have a commitment to sustainable and social responsible practices with ethics being paramount to the production and manufacturing of all our products.

Molke HQ is located in Perthshire, Scotland and our Original bras are made here on our own premises, with fair pay and excellent working conditions for our staff. We pride ourselves on standing against fast fashion and are accredited Living Wage employers. We believe fast fashion is detrimental to the environment, encourages unfair working conditions and produces poor quality clothes. We strive to create a positive impact on people and limit our impact on the environment.

Some of our items are made in factories in Europe and we work closely with them to ensure their values align with ours. Our clothing items are made in a top down factory in Portugal, meaning that they do everything from producing the fabric to the final details of the garments resulting in a more sustainable process. Our swimwear is made in Romania using ECONYL® yarn. We work closely with both factories and a third party facilitator to ensure social and environmental standards.

The cotton jersey in our products is all GOTS certified organic. The ECONYL® yarn used in our swimwear is made of recycled nylon waste like old carpets and discarded fishing nets.

We work hard to minimise the waste from all of our production. Our waste scraps are saved and used in the gussets of our briefs, made into headbands or are collected and passed on to the community. We strive to minimise plastic at every level of production from tags all the way to mail bags, and use recycled or organic products wherever possible.

We are always listening and learning. We believe it is vital to regularly evaluate where we can improve our service and we listen to the suggestions from our customers while still maintaining our core values of quality and sustainability.

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or comments about what we do here by emailing pixie@molke.co.uk.

A woman stands in a field of wheat with her arms out and the sky is blue. She looks content. She is wearing a set of Molke underwear in the Blue Tits fabric. It is yellow with illustrated birds on it an a light blue trim.