Who made your clothes?

“Our main goal was to develop fashion transparently and fairly in Austria. From the idea through the design processes to production, the entire collection is therefore implemented in Austria.




Edens Collective stands for feminine and timeless design. Playful elements meet strong silhouettes. The ambition is to bring lightness into your closet and to design long-lasting clothes that can be worn from day to night. Women and children should always feel comfortable and free in our clothes. 



We only use exquisite natural fibers of the utmost quality for our beautiful garments, selected under highest standards and with utmost care. We use organic light linen, cotton and cotton soft tulle for our summer collection. The organic materials feel light and soft as nature does.

Organic Cotton

Edens Collective uses GOTS certified organic cotton from Europe, complying with environmental and social requirements along the textile supply chain. Highest standards apply along the entire processing chain and the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers is prohibited. For our garments we use organic cotton such as poplin and wonderfully soft tulle as well as muslin. Organic cotton wears very gently, especially on children's skin. It is considered breathable, tear-resistant and absorbent.

Organic Linen

As an ideal complement to organic cotton we used organic linen, from Austria, in our summer collection. Linen is a wonderful summer fabric with many great features. Due to its high air permeability, this natural flax fiber is cooling and comfortable to wear. It has a natural antibacterial effect, is dust and stain resistant and tearproof.

Mother of pearl buttons

Für unsere Designs verwenden wir ausschließlich Perlmuttknöpfe von höchster Qualität aus einem Familienbetrieb in Österreich. Die wunderschöne Optik ist die ideale Ergänzung zu unseren ästhetischen Designs.




Handmade in Austria.

We are proud to produce our garments in our country of origin. Whenever possible we work with people from the region. This way, we support local companies and are able to avoid long transport routes. Since the garments are made by hand, each piece is unique.

To guarantee efficient use of textile resources, the garments are produced on order and according to actual demand. In line with our sustainability philosophy, the fabric scraps are further processed into accessories by the Austrian Caritas project stoff.werk.graz, which helps socially disadvantaged women get back into work.