At JU-NNA, we are committed to being as sustainable as possible. For our collections we choose organic and recycled materials as much as possible. We have also been minimizing waste generated from the studio by reusing and repurposing all the fabric waste and using packaging made from recycled materials, and now are in the process of doing the same for manufacturing as well.
JU-NNA is also committed to the sustainability and survival of the ancient art form, Shibori. Shibori, the Japanese technique of tie-dye, has been slowly losing artisans as they grow older without replacements, as a result of modernisation and shrinkage within the Kimono industry. JU-NNA is committed to creating a sustainable environment for Shibori to continue to survive in this modern world, by integrating this traditional technique into modern designs.