The seat of our production is located near Gdansk by the Baltic Sea and benefits from the long history of Polish textile production. Since 1989 we have been producing shirts and blouses with a passion for tailoring. Working closely with our cut directors, we develop the optimal fits. Over forty individual steps are required to create a handmade shirt, and with so much complexity, meticulous attention to detail is essential.

Our 150 seamstresses are true masters of their craft.

The philosophy of our production: the key to longevity is quality.

ÉMANOU blouses are sewn by women, for women. Our sewing manufactory consecutively supports women in becoming qualified seamstresses who handle the complex and progressive techniques that underpin our designs.

Behind every success story, there is a dedicated team. Our vision is not only to produce the best shirts, but also to respect and uphold the rights of our employees throughout the value chain.

Safe and healthy workplaces that protect physical and mental well-being are a matter of course for us.
We want each of our female employees to have equal opportunities, fully aware of the value of their own knowledge.
We also strive to foster healthy relationships of appreciation and trust among employees.


At ÉMANOU, we made a sustainable and transparent approach a core value that underpins the work towards becoming a wholesome brand. Our manufacturing process begins and ends in Europe, which puts us in full control of producing ethically and with full awareness of our supply-chains. This sense of conducting our business lies at the very heart of our story and we are proud to have the opportunity to communicate that.

What is our supply-chain?

Our supply chain starts with the fabric manufactories in Italy. We partner with 4 different mills, all of which we have worked with for many years.
From the mills, we receive large fabric rolls at our sewing facility in the northern part of Poland. This is the heart of our operations, where our blouses are created- from their construction to the final, folded product. Any hardware, such as mother-of-pearl buttons which we may use in our products, is ethically sourced from partners that we have established solid relationships with.

While producing fashion may never be fully sustainable, we aim to be as transparent as we can afford to and use the best materials at hand, in order to minimise waste. For coming seasons, we are working towards substantially reducing plastic usage and constantly looking for new processes to optimise. Should you have any questions or concerns related to our sustainability policy, please do not hesitate to contact us:



Our approach to our suppliers is similar to that of our own production facility.


100% Italian taste, textile know-how, creativity and continuous research are the distinctive features that set Albini apart for 150 years.

Founded in 1876 in Albino (Bergamo), the Albini Group has always been a family business that today is directed by the fifth generation.

The active presence of the family is the basis of a broad vision of business success. The business continuity provides an orientation to the long term, a strong attachment to the product, a shared commitment to ethics. The link with the territory is a fundamental part of the Albini family strategy that decided to keep most of the production chain in Italy.


The Albini Group continuously invests in its industrial sites in order to create a more sustainable reality, while respecting the environment and the ecosystem.

“Sustainability for us is not a point of arrival, but a process of continuous improvement.” - Silvio Albini

annual saving of over 2,300 TOE (tonnes of oil equivalent) and 1.3 million cubic meters of methane.

1 wind power plant with a capacity of 50 kWp
3 photovoltaic plants with capacity of 688 kWp and 100 kWp
2 hydraulic augers by 750,000 kWh / year
More than 8 million kWh of electricity saved

20% decrease in water consumption and chemical products
Less than 6,000 tons of CO₂ emitted


TESEO, Tessitura Serica di Olmeda, is a weaving mill from Como and Leader in silk production since its very origins, with a history, tradition and experience stretching over almost a century. In line with the true "Made in Italy" excellence, thanks to its in-house Mill, TESEO's fabrics have always been a point of inspiration for major fashion Brands as well as emerging designers.

TESEO's origins date back to 1926 when Enrico Clerici founded the silk factory carrying his name, in Como.

Today TESEO has reached its fourth generation with the entrance in the Company of Luca and Laura Clerici.



57% Viscose, 32% Silk, 11% Elastane

Delicate satin fabric made of silk, viscose, and elastane. With amazing print created exclusively for EMANOU. Flexibility of the fiber used in this fabric provides perfect fit with great wearing comfort.


100% Cotton

The Journey collection by Thomas Mason offers innovative fabrics ideal for a shirt that looks fresh and smooth all day long, even after being packed at length in a suitcase. Thanks to an innovative finishing, these fabrics are resistant to creasing and crumpling, and require no special care to maintain a fresh appearance. The fine characteristics and performance of Journey make it a unique product on the market, capable of adapting to every business trip or any other journey life brings along.


100% Silk

Lightweight silk with beautiful fluid drape.
Diagonal ribbed pattern provides subtle texture to silky smooth surface of the fabric.
Fabric is printed with non-toxic dyes approved by European Community and formaldehyde free*.
Solid colors and colorful prints were developed exclusively for EMANOU.


78% Cotton, 16% Polyamide, 6% Elastane

Satin Stretch is an extraordinarily luminous stretch cotton satin, pleasant to the touch and with an elasticity that remains unchanged over time.


95% Cotton, 5% Metallic Fibre

Sparkly Pop is a soft and resistant poplin, enriched by inserts of Lurex which gives the fabric a bright and feminine touch.


78% Cotton, 22% Tencel

This article, from Cottonificio Albini, one of the world's best weaving mills is a fabric made in cotton and TENCEL™ Lyocell featuring a soft, fluid and comfortable handle.

TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres deliver natural comfort, performance and versatility. Unique physical properties lead to their high tenacity profile, outstanding moisture management and gentleness to skin.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres are derived from sustainable wood sources, which are certified and controlled. TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres have gained the reputation for their environmentally responsible closed loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibres with high resource e­fficiency and low ecological impact.

- The fibres originate from the renewable raw material wood created by photosynthesis;
- The certified bio-based fibres are manufactured in an environmentally responsible production process;
- The standard fibres are certified as compostable and biodegradable and thus can fully revert back to nature.


85% Cotton, 15% Cashmere

A fabric born from the intimate blend of two natural fibres: cashmere and cotton.
Balmoral is a precious fabric which combines the best characteristics of the two raw materials: the lightness, softness, and warmth of cashmere; the transpiration, wearability, and comfort typical of cotton. The result is a light fabric with a soft and silky touch, ideal for a noble and elegant casual shirt, beautiful to wear, simple to care, and a truly unique comfort.


100% Silk

The most elegant fabric of all, thanks to its features such as lightness, shine and softness of this fibre.
Perfect for luxurious blouses as it is versatile on either the Satin or Crepe side.
„This particular article is Certified Fabric. That guarantee that product and process certification system based on a Disciplinary, Whose application by Companies aims to provide maximum guarantees on the environment, sustainability, social responsibility and chemical risk management”*


90% Viscose, 10% Metallic Fiber

Delicate, lightweight, fabric.
Woven thin ribbons of metallic and viscose fibres.
Chic, elegant and outstanding fabric.


69% Acetate, 31% Silk

Crepe de Chine with heavy fluid hand touch and a washed look.
Luxury, comfort and easy to care fabric.
Was produced with Eastaman Naia™
Cellulosic yarn production process.
From tree to yarn, the Naia™ production process is designed to ensure the lowest environmental impact. With an extremely low-water footprint, Naia™ uses only sustainably sourced wood and safe solvents which are recycled and reused.