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Fair production, short transport routes and eco-sustainability, an integral part of the ME&MAY philosophy

Melissa Knorr and Mathilde Feuillet got to know each other at a part-time job during their studies. Mathilde studied at Esmod in Munich. Melissa is a trained tailor and acquired her skills in dressmaking at the Meisterschule für Mode. Out of this coincidence, their label was born, and was a huge success from the start! The brand is named after the first letters of their names. Me & May. The duo works out of a studio in Munich, where they develop the shapes of their beautiful and colorful clothes, and oversee their manufacturing in Europe. Read More on Why Fairness and Sustainability are Important to Us.

  • Sustainable Cupro from the Japanese company Asahi Kasei with production facilities in Europe
  • Avoid the use of dangerous pesticides
  • Commit to using less energy and water consumption
  • Use of sustainable fabrics such as Lyocell, a fabric obtained from sustainable forestry
  • Due to the closed cycle of the manufacturing process, the fibre production is particularly environmentally friendly
  • Manufacturing in Europe and short transport routes reduce emissions

  • Fair contracts, long-term and sustainable agriculture for cotton farmers
  • Organic materials produced exclusively in Europe
  • Natural fibre fabrics are purchased only from European manufacturers

  • Use of innovative materials such as Lyocell and Cupro
  • Use of yarn from Filature de Parc, a French manufacturer, which has developed a patented process that allows wool, cotton and synthetic fibres to be 100% recycled

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