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for many because with it came the realization that huge fashion brands were simply not treating and protecting their employees with basic human rights.
We believe that fashion has to adapt to these issues we are facing. We believe there is still a lack of outlets that provide the consumer with information and inspiration that allow to make better choices without giving up their expectations of stylish and quality products. That's where we see our role, bringing you a platform to shop and learn with values in mind.
"ESSCODE is about changing perspectives and offering a new vision of sustainable fashion that is still unexplored."
Impact and awareness
Through our path towards a more sustainable lifestyle we would like to transmit our learnings and bring awareness around us.
Empowerment and confidence
Help you feel positive and more confident about your impact on the planet by giving you the tools and empower you to make changes in your own life. We are not here to give lessons but offer options.
We strive to showcase fashionable sustainable brands that show creativity in their designs and production methods. Moreover, our platform imagines and creates its own content.
Providing a new perspective of fashion and sustainability.
Photo by Robin Bjoern
The Founder's Story
The founder of ESSCODE, Camille Burki, has an eye for pretty things and loves to share her passion for style. After graduating with a Bachelor in International Relations and gaining a first work experience in the field of Child Rights, she pursued a Masters degree in Political Science. During, what was a long journey through academia, her creative side was not being fulfilled in the ways she wished. Whilst contributing to her blog, Ultimate Dresscode, she went through a change of perspective that led her to a great interest in sustainable fashion: while we live in a consumerist world where we are always pushed to consume more, other people and our planet are paying the price. With this shift in mind and a great curiosity to learn more about sustainable fashion, Camille wanted to share her insights and add her own stone to a changing world. She pitched a first idea of an online magazine to a jury during the Global Entrepreneurship Week in Geneva in 2018. The positive feedback she received and being among the prize winners gave her the confidence to continue this journey until today.
“It's about being a more mindful consumer.”