byTiMo

byTiMo creates garments honestly and with integrity, bringing modern romance to timeless craftsmanship. Tine Mollatt, byTiMo’s founder and creative director, created byTiMo in 2004 with the vision to offer high quality clothing at justifiable prices, without compromising on what she believes in.

Truthfulness, consciousness and quality are byTiMo’s guiding beacons. These values can be found within every part of byTiMo, from the factories they work with to the fabrics they use and create. The styles are inspired by vintage fashion and are made with attention to detail and tailoring techniques. Colours and prints are unique and made in-house, ensuring an exclusive finish.

They only work with long lasting materials and fabrics, and the tailoring of a garment should enhance its longevity. They work with the long trends, not the short ones, all in all they want to reduce the waste culture of our time by enhancing the life span of products.

byTiMo cares

They care about the animals giving silk, wool and cotton, the farmers harvesting raw materials, the employees at the factories making garments and the people printing fabrics. They work with a strict set of code of conduct and ethics, to make sure that everyone involved with their business is taken care of in the best possible way.

Their factories have to take care of their workers, give them a decent living wage, and have proper working conditions and hours. If a price is too cheap of a garment, they know someone is paid unfairly, and will go somewhere else. When printing and colouring fabrics, the water is recycled, so that no coloured wastewater will pollute the rivers and drinking water in the villages and areas of manufacturers.

Two times per year they supply women in need with clothes. They are currently working with women’s homes and shelters in Eastern Europe, in Poland and Estonia. Recently they started working with women’s crisis shelters in Oslo, giving complete clothing packages to women without anything, with everything one might need clothing wise, and will continue doing so in the future.

byTiMo

byTiMo creates garments honestly and with integrity, bringing modern romance to timeless craftsmanship. Tine Mollatt, byTiMo’s founder and creative director, created byTiMo in 2004 with the vision to offer high quality clothing at justifiable prices, without compromising on what she believes in.

Truthfulness, consciousness and quality are byTiMo’s guiding beacons. These values can be found within every part of byTiMo, from the factories they work with to the fabrics they use and create. The styles are inspired by vintage fashion and are made with attention to detail and tailoring techniques. Colours and prints are unique and made in-house, ensuring an exclusive finish.

They only work with long lasting materials and fabrics, and the tailoring of a garment should enhance its longevity. They work with the long trends, not the short ones, all in all they want to reduce the waste culture of our time by enhancing the life span of products.

byTiMo cares

They care about the animals giving silk, wool and cotton, the farmers harvesting raw materials, the employees at the factories making garments and the people printing fabrics. They work with a strict set of code of conduct and ethics, to make sure that everyone involved with their business is taken care of in the best possible way.

Their factories have to take care of their workers, give them a decent living wage, and have proper working conditions and hours. If a price is too cheap of a garment, they know someone is paid unfairly, and will go somewhere else. When printing and colouring fabrics, the water is recycled, so that no coloured wastewater will pollute the rivers and drinking water in the villages and areas of manufacturers.

Two times per year they supply women in need with clothes. They are currently working with women’s homes and shelters in Eastern Europe, in Poland and Estonia. Recently they started working with women’s crisis shelters in Oslo, giving complete clothing packages to women without anything, with everything one might need clothing wise, and will continue doing so in the future.