peSeta is a feminine, egalitarian, conciliatory and hedonistic company.
    We make sustainable fashion with rhythm and respect.

    Rhythm is doing things with joy and setting our own pace.
    Respect is towards the people and materials involved in the creative and productive process.

    The design is made with production in mind and trying not to waste fabrics or other materials.

    We want to make clothes that are beautiful inside and out, literally and metaphorically.

    The design, cut and size is designed by and for real women.

    Knowing the names of the people who sew our garments is a thrill; wasting materials, time or energy is a downer.


    We produce in Spain and Portugal with a vocation for balance between social and environmental respect. They are local workshops where we meet in person all the people who make our garments. We like that a lot…

    These are some of the workshops we work with:

    – Ciabel. Belmonte de Tajo Cooperative, Madrid, a very beautiful region. We have been working with them for many years, who deal with the making of clothing . We have even filmed a video clip there in which the seamstresses and Carlos, the manager, participated.

    – Rowers. Also in Madrid, they are responsible for making Sanpedro shirts and dresses.

    – Easy Cut. In Madrid again, Pedro and his colleagues cut pieces for us and make some items


    We are interested in using materials that, apart from good quality, have little impact or some characteristic that fits with our way of seeing things.

    It is a derivative of cellulose also known as tencel. Similar to the popular viscose, but without the polluting component derived from the production of that fabric.
    Smooth and soft, it is very pleasant to the touch.
    It almost doesn't wrinkle... it's breathable and antibacterial (ideal for sensitive skin).


    SEAQUAL INITIATIVE works with NGOs, fishermen, authorities and local communities to help clean our oceans.

    Marine litter is collected from our beaches, ocean floor and surface, rivers and estuaries.

    It is then classified into different types of material and the plastic part is cleaned and transformed into Upcycled Marine Plastic.

    By choosing products that contain Upcycled Marine Plastic, you are helping to clean our oceans.

    We recommend that you go to their website and carefully read all the information they provide, both about the problem and the different proposals and initiatives