Nice to see you! Enjoy browsing through our handmade & eco-friendly products.

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Our Story...

As a company we take our responsibilities in waste management and from whom, where and how we purchase our resources extremely seriously. Sustainability is the future of every business worldwide and we are proud and determent to make it our mission to spread the word and show consumers with our products that we do have a wonderful future ahead of us if we buy sustainably and local. All our items are handmade in Munich, Germany with recycled and organic fabrics. All other resources used such as haberdasherry are bought locally and are as eco-friendly where and when ever possible. The industry is still and always developing...

Burst was founded in 2012 by myself, Emmanuella Flierl in London, England. As a native of Munich I emigrated to the English capital in 2007 to continue my path as a singer. After adolescent dressmaking and repairing clothes, I also to created my own stage outfits and clothes as well as textile household items.

After sewing some clothes and accessories for friends and family, I got my first official sewing job from Junky Styling, an upcycling company in East London. This was followed by countless small and large orders from mainly British companies and young designers, as well as repair and copy orders from private customers. Meanwhile, heaps of scraps accumulated in my sewing room, which of course I did not want to throw away, because you could actually make so much out of it. It would also lower my material costs. So I began to create small accessories from the fabric scraps and sold them on markets in London. In the course of time, I noticed that there are very few environmentally friendly products, especially in the textile, decoration and giftware sector. And so it began...