Muese is committed to creating positive changes and contributing to a more sustainable and fair future, following ESG strategies and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, such as responsible production, decent work, promoting local industry and gender equality, integrating these principles in all aspects of the brand.


An ESG company is one that integrates environmental, social and governance considerations into its business practices and strategies. The acronym "ESG" stands for Environmental, Social and Governance, indicating three fundamental pillars for evaluating a company's impact beyond its financial metrics. On our journey, we will transparently address the pillars that underpin our company. We are committed to integrating these principles into every aspect of our operations.


    At Muese, we believe that designing in a well-thought-out way and always considering the life cycle of products is a crucial aspect of sustainable fashion. This translates into the creation of products that combine physical durability and timeless design, always concerned with the production of waste and the use of materials.

    Sustainability in the fashion industry involves using raw materials in a responsible and environmentally conscious way. To this end, at Muese we delve into the characteristics and production processes of different fibers and materials, evaluating their technical specificities, environmental impact, social implications and sustainable aspects.

    Waste in the fashion industry is a growing concern for many, and for good reason. In this sense, in partnership with a waste management company, Muese implements internal processes to ensure that textile scraps are properly collected, separated and processed, maximizing their recycling potential and reducing their impact on the environment.


    By focusing on sourcing and manufacturing primarily in Brazil and South America, Muese is not only contributing to the region's economic growth, but also to its sustainable development, including encouraging its supplier partners to acquire international certifications increasing competitiveness in the global market.

    At Muese, we share the responsibility to promote decent work with fair wages for all and to combat any form of forced or child labor. We are committed to fair business practices not only within the company, but also within our supply chain, ensuring that all Muese suppliers and service providers work in accordance with the law and are aligned with the company's Code of Ethics and Conduct .

    As a woman-founded company, we understand the challenges women face when pursuing their aspirations. In this sense, Muese adopts inclusive parental leave policies in order to help reduce discrimination and promote equal opportunities. Furthermore, we monitor the gender ratio in our workforce and the diversity in the corporate structure of our suppliers, prioritizing companies led by women.


    At Muese, we are committed to championing ethical and sustainable practices, recognizing that true success lies in achieving a balance between financial prosperity and the well-being of people and the planet.


Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a series of 17 goals established by the United Nations (UN) to guide actions in Brazil and the world towards a more sustainable future by 2030. The SDGs aim to mobilize collective, governmental and private efforts and civil society to face global challenges, promoting concrete and sustainable actions to improve people's lives and preserve the planet. Muese shares this responsibility and, through its values ​​and internal policies, joins efforts mainly in the pursuit of objectives 5, 8 and 12.