What is INTO?

Ethnic Textiles

Over 16 million tonnes of textiles are wasted per year globally.
At INTO we want to fight against this textile waste by making colorful waste-less indigenous-inspired clothes using leftover fabrics from the textile industry.

Hand Weaving

Many of our garments are made in small factories in the countries that inspire our collections. This helps empower local communities and reduce the environmental impact of our clothes, while also staying true to the principles of the circular economic model.

All our pieces are aimed at all genders, we opted for unisex pieces and towards the public Heterosexual, Homosexual, Bisexual, Transsexual, Asexual, Pansexual, Antrosexual, Demisexual and all human beings.


By visiting every factory where we produce garments. We make sure that no children are employed in them and that our workers are well remunerated and have healthy and safe working conditions.


Giving Back

At INTO we are committed to give back to our society by running projects that help people in disadvantage and encourage entrepreneurship. As part of this initiative, our founder Esteve Vicens held a workshop in Aguacatán, Guatemala, with ASOPEDI.

ASOPEDI is a NGO for mentally and physically disabled people where they run workshops for them and for their families to dignify and empower them.

Esteve ran a cloth making workshop where they first taught him how the local ethnic fabrics are made and then he taught the members how to design and make their own jackets.

In the near future we will be hosting more workshops of this kind so make sure you keep up with us through either of our social media pages!