Age-old tradition. Modern-day essentials. Handcrafted pieces from local artisans. Sustainable sourced, ethically made.

INNÉ is about keeping age-old traditions relevant, breathing new life into them, and recreating them into modern-day essentials. The brand was born out of a desire to bring back the appreciation for slowly and carefully handcrafted pieces by local artisans using raw, natural materials and traditional techniques.

INNÉ aims to support ethical practices and provide livelihood opportunities by partnering with small families and communities, and ultimately, keeping the quality and art of Filipino craftsmanship alive.

INNÉ makes a conscious effort to minimize the impact to the environment through production and packaging processes. The use of plastic is minimized and when possible, the products are shipped in re-usable dust bags. INNÉ sources as many sustainable materials as possible from the Philippines and is careful to only produce pieces to meet demand, in small, meaningful quantities.


Meet the founder

Before INNÉ, Therinne Goyeneche had a background in marketing and product development, but no formal training in fashion design. What she had was a desire to build a slow-fashion brand that champions local materials and Filipino talents. 

“We make sure that artisans are well compensated for their craft, good and safe working conditions are in place, and there are opportunities for growth and empowerment through skills and capabilities development.” says Therinne.

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