Slow fashion is the antithesis of fast fashion, a concept based on fast, cheap and environmentally harmful production and mass-produced goods.

Fast bargains, provocative deals and aggressive discounts

Fast fashion has been established in fashion for many years, meaning that more and more clothing is being brought onto the market quickly and cheaply in constantly new collections. Consumers are encouraged to chase after every trend and constantly buy new items, constantly increasing manufacturers' sales.

The price: exploitation of nature and workers (also in Europe!)

The environment suffers from cheap materials such as polyester that are neither recycled nor processed. The world is suffocating in clothing that is discarded or overproduced. Low-quality fashion is useless for the second-hand market and useless for those in need.

Slower, more durable and more responsible

We at PETIT COCHON want exactly the opposite, we make slow fashion. We produce high-quality, timeless clothing that lasts a long time, fits forever and is handmade in Berlin at fair wages. Our women's and children's clothes are made exclusively from natural materials that are not only better for the skin and produced in an environmentally friendly way, but are also largely compostable. This means that should they end up in the trash at some point, they actually disintegrate (polyester clothing, on the other hand, is based on petroleum, is not biodegradable and tiny fibers that cannot be filtered out are released into the water as microplastics with every wash). An important aspect of slow fashion is production on demand, which means that only what is needed is sewn. This can mean that particularly popular items are sometimes sold out, but we replenish them, which is what the email notification is for. In addition, our favorite items can be worn and passed on for many years.

Slow fashion means quality instead of quantity. We turn our backs on the "better be fast" attitude and invite you to make conscious and considered purchasing decisions. Our motto: Better one good item than an abundant selection of bad ones.