For BLANX, making what matters visible is a vision that extends well beyond what our products showcase. The influence of this mantra extends throughout our supply chain: from how we engage with our creators to how we select our production partners and how we redistribute our profits.


The creators we work with have artistic talent and, most of all, a point-of-view. They stand for gender equality, and for diversity. They are concerned about climate change and forced migration.

We manufacture in Mexico, in a family owned factory that supports the local economy and follows the highest ethical standards. Our manufacturing partners have earned the certification from the Bureau Veritas in Social Responsibility and C-TPAT Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism.

Making what matters visible is the first step to support the construction of a different world.

Part of the profits obtained from our sales will be donated to an organization committed to social change. Our first production wave will donate 20% of its profits to the Institute for Women in Migration, IMUMI.

This organizations has proven credentials in promoting and defending the right to free transit for migrant women. Migration is a transit to a different world, to a better life, a life in which fundamental rights are respected. The relationship of this social phenomenon with our product is evident: many migrants are forced to walk hours, days and weeks driven by the hope of changing their lives.

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