SANNA’s platform supports ethical and sustainable practices by transforming consumerism into a pathway towards activism. Creating a place where the standard is natural and organic, where our globally sourced products are celebrated for their native origins, and where we allow consumers a place to be held accountable for their purchases.
To have healthy people, we must have a healthy planet. Our curation is rooted in promoting sustainability by working with brands that demonstrate transparency in their supply chains and choose to use waste reduction methods, clean processing, natural and organic fibers and dyes, and alternative vegan materials. We encourage our customers to educate themselves about ethical clothing and where their goods come from, what they are made of, and the impact these have on our global community and environment.
Any time we spend money, we are in turn supporting the systems that created the products we buy. We believe that consumption is an opportunity for activism, ensuring that everyone in the supply chain benefits, including the planet. We feel strongly about being a business that allows people to vote with their wallets. Every piece in our curation is made ethically and verified by us so that you don’t have to.
To ensure a sustainable future for our planet, we support the artisans and brands that choose natural and organic alternatives over synthetic and chemical processes. Organic and natural materials are essential in our curation; our designers consciously choose them for their ability to biodegrade.
It is time to demand that we see the faces behind the products we buy, so that we may ensure their safety and wellbeing. By sharing the native origins of our products, we, as a community, can empathize with human beings around the world and use our buying decisions to encourage both sustainable and ethical practices in a new, responsible fashion industry.
As consumers, we need to take back the accountability that comes along with consumption. We will not turn a blind eye when brands are not transparent with their supply chains. Instead, we will remain accountable, demand transparency, and support brands that are respectful to both people and the planet.
FOUNDER & CEO