ALICE VAN INNIS
D E S I G N E R
drawings.textiles.projects

+32 475 27 61 21
info@alicevaninnis.be
BRUSSELS
Boulevard Belgica 36

VAT // BE 0678958329

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With my work I aim to give beauty, to create products with a fresh joy of life and surprising combinations of colour and form in order to lighten up everyday life.
The interaction between colours, forms and lines can surpass the banal world, resulting into pure magic.
Driven by my imagination and wonder, I am constantly in search of this magic while drawing and painting. This is where the power of a line, the power of a form, the power of a colour arises.
The wellbeing of the producing as well as the consuming human stand central. This is translated in my choices for durability and quality, in my search for the most honest production process and ethical materials.
In my work, my production and my own life, I aim for transparency and honesty.

“For me there is no gap between my painting and my so-called 'decorative' work. I never considered the 'minor arts' to be artistically frustrating: on the contrary, it was an extension of my art.” -- Sonia Delaunay



// ETHICS //

:: FAIR & HONEST PRODUCTIONS ::

I CHOOSE FOR SUSTAINABLE HUMANITY
. treating every living being around you with respect .

? WHAT IS FAIR WEAR ?
Something becomes fair wear when labour conditions for textile and garment workers are correct. This is still a difficult subject. What is correct? What is fair? What is ethical?
To me it means that every living being involved in the proces of making a product, is treated with respect, paid and valued honestly.
The wellbeing of both the producing and the consuming human being are key to me. This manifests itself in a fusion of sustainability and quality, in a search for a fair production cycle and ethical materials. Transparency and honesty guides my work, my production process, and my own life.

My collection is mainly produced in Belgium and The Netherlands, where we should believe working conditions are respected :
digitally printed fabrics are printed by House of U, a textile printing company in The Netherlands with a selection of sustainable and honest options
and the production of clothes is done in Brussels by a social sewing atelier called Mulieris.
Fabrics used come from different places, but all have the GOTS label and more.

? WHAT IS A GOTS LABEL ?

"Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognised as the world's leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It defines high-level environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain, including restricting the use of chemical substances and requiring compliance withsocial criteria."
All digitally printed fabrics used in the production of my collection have the GOTS label.


// TRANSPARENCY //

:: PRICES ::
on this page you will find the price calculation in general, with a specific example.

:: MAIN SUPPLIERS ::
MULIERIS ASBL (BE)
House Of U (NL)
Lebenskleidung (DE)
EElabels (NL)

For more info, do not hesitate to contact me !



PS : NO ONE IS ILLEGAL