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The Intimo Collections are lovingly and thoughtfully constructed and produced with the highest quality materials to ensure a beautiful, well-fitting and supportive fit and feel for every woman.
Developed with a meticulous fitting process and produced by some of the world's leading lingerie manufacturers, the quality of our garments are safeguarded by the impeccable standards of development, textiles, workmanship and quality assurance process.
Working only with suppliers who are accredited with Oeko-Tex, WRAP or SA8000, Intimo is proud to support ethical and environmentally responsible production practices.
Oeko-Tex is the global standard for assuring that substances used in the creation of garments are safe for human wear. At Intimo we take great care to ensure the safe intimate function of our lingerie and understand that assuring these standards is vital for the health and well-being of our staff and customers. WRAP, the Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production certification, ensures lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing standards, and has incorporated a significant number of "best practices" to improve working conditions for factory workers and to safeguard the environment from harmful practices. The Social Accountability International's SA8000 standard, has established internationally accepted work environments in factories all over the world, improving the lives of over 1.8 million workers.
Intimo is a proud Australian company that works with a suite of key suppliers with whom we have a strong partnership and working relationship. In fact, our Lingerie Stylists have enjoyed the unique privilege of visiting the facilities, touring the factories and viewing the complete production process firsthand.
In 1999, a group of Intimo Stylists visited the sewing factory in Beijing, then in 2006, a group of 43 Stylists toured the production facilities in Panyu and the textile manufacturer in Shenzhen, China. Our Stylists were introduced to the cutting, sewing, moulding, quality control, planning and product development departments in Panyu. They then toured the knitting, lace and elastic factory, seeing the dyeing, printing and elastic webbing machines, colour management laboratory and lace embroidery facilities.