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Comfortable, feminine, and timeless pieces that transcend seasons are our specialty.
Founded in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, every piece is made with the finest natural fibers and exquisite craftsmanship achieved by skilled artisans in Los Angeles and BSCI-credited manufacturers. “Nuaje” is derived from the French word for “cloud”, expressing the sensory comfort evoked by the touch of our pieces. Lounging comfortably in a romantic Nuaje Nuaje dress that’s sublime to bare skin, while having your favorite drink in hand, now, that’s our definition of the Golden State of mind. From a morning stroll to an afternoon nap, from brunch to a dinner date, our pieces are so versatile that you can live in them all day, every day.



We only use natural fabrics, which means if the garments are disposed of after 10 to 20 years, they can be returned back to the Earth. We are so determined not to utilize any synthetic fibers and hope to help raise awareness about how toxic they are to both humans and Mother Nature.


Synthetic Fibers are Toxic to the Skin and Body

Synthetic fabrics include polyester, acrylic, nylon, rayon, acetate, spandex, latex, etc. All of the aforementioned fabrics can cause debilitating health issues. For example, polyester, the most-consumed synthetic fabric, can cause the following skin problems and illnesses:

  • Rashes, itching, redness, eczema, and dermatitis
  • Headache and dizziness
  • Itchy eyes and throat
  • Chronic and severe respiratory infections
  • Immune system abnormalities


Rayon and viscose are popular materials that are often used to make summer dresses, but can emit toxic substances causing nausea, headaches, chest and muscle pain, and insomnia. Nylon can cause bad odors and skin infections. Acrylic can cause headaches, nausea, dizziness, difficulty breathing, and muscle weakness. Synthetic fibers are even linked to hormonal disruption and the formation of breast cancer cells. Not only are consumers of these products at risk, but the factory personnel who are exposed to these toxins on a daily basis are as well.


Synthetic Fibers are Toxic to the Environment

Over the years, synthetic textile has become a dominating force and makes up 90% of the textile industry, as they are much cheaper to mass-produce. The fashion industry has thus become the second largest contributor to pollution in the world, second only to the oil industry.

Every time we wash a synthetic garment, thousands of synthetic microfibers are released into the water. These chemicals cannot be broken down, so the water is irreversibly polluted. The synthetic fibers are also ingested by marine life and therefore accumulated in our food chain. Wildlife such as seabirds have been found dead as a result of the ingestion of synthetic fibers that they mistook for food.


Making a Difference for the Love of Nature

50 years ago, production of clothing was a risk-free industry because natural fibers were the dominating materials used. Today at nuaje nuaje, we strive to help bring the good old days back. Most of our time and efforts are spent on carefully sourcing the finest natural materials including cotton, linen and silk produced ethically, and without the use of harsh chemicals.

By combining a variety of natural fibers, we were able to create clothing that serves an assortment of needs. The finest French linen twill we used to produce the Cooling Black Collection reduces body heat and keeps you cool in the hotter days. Silk, being the most delicate and fragile fabric, when combined with cotton, becomes much more durable and easier to maintain. We have chosen mulberry silk woven with organic cotton to create The Isabelle Collection designed to be worn on vacations.


Making a Difference for the Love of Humanity

We are based in downtown Los Angeles - home to a great number of the most skilled artisans in the country. We also work with overseas family-owned factories that are members of The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI)s. BSCI  is an initiative of the Foreign Trade Association (FTA), the leading business association of European and international commerce. They bring together suppliers and national associations to improve the political and legal framework for trade in a sustainable way. Being a BSCI member means the supplier is committed to the highest standards of labor protection and environmental sustainability. Learn more about BSCI here 



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