our definition of sustainability 

Sofija Butler envisions sustainability in fashion as defined by the Bruntland Commission in 1987: "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."

We are committed to producing locally in New Zealand and endeavour to source material from here where possible. Sofija Butler garments are designed to emotionally endure, utilising timeless style and a luxurious skin-feel to remain one of your favourite garments for years to come.



Sofija Butler endeavours to keep her entire supply chain transparent. If you have a question or think that there is an aspect which has been overlooked, please don't hesitate to get in touch via the contact page. I proudly stand behind of all of the suppliers and makers without whom none of this would be possible.


new life for old garments

If you have fallen out of love with one of my garments that you have purchased or it has broken and needs mending, you can send it back to me and exchange it for a store credit. I will repair it, to get it looking its best again and it will be able to find a new home and a new life - keeping garments out of our landfills.