Make the earth a better place

Embracing Sustainability, Comfort, and Elegance


Crafting a Sustainable Future

Welcome to Ulivary, where our unwavering commitment to sustainability shapes the essence of every creation.

Delve into a world where Asian-inspired kimono robes and pajamas are not just a symbol of elegance and comfort but also a testament to our dedication to a more sustainable future.

Sustainable Efforts at Our Factory

Our factory has been diligently working to enhance sustainability, implementing a series of measures to reduce environmental impact.

This includes adopting more eco-friendly production processes, optimizing energy use, minimizing waste generation, and supporting the sustainable development of local communities and employees.

We take pride in collaborating with a factory dedicated to sustainable development, ensuring that every Ulivary robe undergoes meticulous production.

What We Do

Ulivary's hight-quality fabric not only provides a silky touch but also prioritizes a skin-friendly and comfortable experience.

The materials we carefully select focus not only on the luxurious appearance but also on the wearer's comfort.

You will be able to feel the soft touch of this fabric on your skin, savoring the ultimate comfort brought by our high-quality robes.

The craftsmanship significantly reduces fabric waste, and the raw materials are skin-friendly, clean, and green.

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    2.1 tons of surplus material into additional accessory products

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    3000 of Eye masks are fromsurplus material

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    2000 of protective masks are from surplus material


We Care You. We Care the Planet

Our Commitment to Sustainability

Slow Fashion to Reduce Waste

Ulivary embrace slow fashion by offering a "one size fits most" approach, ensuring each robe is versatile enough to be worn in various settings such as at home, for street style, at the beach, or even at parties.

Our commitment to timeless elegance and classic design means that Ulivary robes never go out of style, contributing to a reduction in waste and the constant turnover typical in the fashion industry.