There’s no avoiding the negative press surrounding the wider garment industry across Asia, we make it our personal challenge to confront and improve this stereotype. Our business would be nothing without our members. That’s why we have the mantra that our people are as important as our products.


Art&Crafts product development teams in both Europe and Asia understand how to convert fashion trends into commercially desirable product. Markets shift rapidly, but our extensive sourcing network and innovative team ensure we have the right mix of directional pieces and fashion essentials. We can proactively tell you what you need to have in your range to enhance your current offer.


We reward loyalty and hard work with the respect it deserves, providing complementary health and life insurance for our members in our sourcing centres. We want to retain our best people and give them every opportunity to flourish and grow with us, providing childcare, gym facilities, sanitary towels for our female employees, and transport to and from our offices. Work / life balance is important to us and at the end of the working day the lights go off so everyone can get home in good time.


Our in-house kitchens freshly prepare two meals a day for our members. The provision of a nutritious lunch ensures everyone is staying a little healthier while bringing colleagues together away from their desks and creating a balance to the day.


Good businesses understand that investing in your people is crucial to keeping them. Without progress all companies stagnate and lack innovation and ways to improve processes. We actively train in house and send members on courses to develop further skills across a broad range of work-related topics.


All work and no play doesn’t sound like our idea of fun. Each month we get together to celebrate the birthdays of Art&Craft members and we also hold regular family days out to thank our members for their support. At our on-site gym at our HQ, we run joint exercise classes like yoga, and games tournaments across the year.