Sustainable clothing made in collaboration with Indigenous artists
1 culture > 1 artwork > 1 model
Unique artwork created by Indigenous artist(s)
Adaptation of the artwork in an embroidered design
Validation of the model’s design by the artist(s)
At Ocre, we take each cloth as an homage to one Indigenous culture. Each design is based on the artwork created by the Indigenous artist(s) we collaborate with. And then each cloth is made with care from organic cotton in Portugal. A big share of each sale is then distributed to the artists and to an NGO involved in local projects.
Organic & recycled cottons
Drastically reduce the carbon footprints and limit water consumption of our models
Made in Portugal
Our certified partner is located in Trofa, Portugal. With almost 30 years of experience
Quality & durable materials
Heavy and quality fabrics with well designed cut are the secret of our very very durable products.
Each piece is numbered
We number each piece manufactured. So that each stays unique and tracability is perfect!
Making the difference
Based on the selling price
6% for the artists
In addition to the payment of the production of their artwork, artists receive 6% of the selling price of each model inspired by their work.
6% for a local project
6% of the selling price is donated to support a local project held by an NGO involved with the communities that inspired our models.
Production Logistic Taxes
Ocre clothing price breakdown
Let’s share the stories of the cultures inspiring our models
We collaborate with indigenous artists or local craftsmen to create unique designs. Indigenous communities are guardian of stunning cultures, we are a way of sharing this richness.
Our garments are made of organic and recycled materials, in a certified factory in Portugal. We design our models not only to be beautiful, but long lasting.
6% Indigenous program
When you buy a model 6% of the price goes directly to support an NGO involved locally with communities of the Indigenous people your model is inspired from.
We take time to read, ask questions to the different cultures we work with. Often information is split, we work to gather and unify as much of it.
Valuable knowledge deserved to be shared. Through our website and social media, we use graphic content to share knowledge in a pleasing yet informative way.
We seek to gather people from all around the world around the importance of indigenous cultures. Let’s share a greater bound with each other.
We’re co-designing the first models.
Stay tuned for the crowdfunding campaign and special deals.