Launched in Boston in late April, 2020. Adeirlina, an independent American brand, specializes in making joyful clothes. We are committed to achieve zero-waste policy by embracing traditional craftsmanship. 

All Adeirlina products were designed in Boston and handmade and finished in our private office in Ho Chi Minh City. 

What are the differences between industrial production and handmade production? 
For mass production in a large factory, sewists are trained for one specific task on one type of seam all day long. Operation is much bigger and faster. 

For handmade production, one piece of garment is assembled by one skilled person, from start to finish. Each garment takes longer to make. 

At Adeirlina, we value traditional craftsmanship. We have gathered the most talented dressmakers and designers to work together. By combining the traditional textile techniques and modern designs, Adeirlina dresses were born.
Our team is driven by a great passion and desire for producing high-quality garments. Every stitch is carefully checked from start to finish, which increases the quality and reliability of the products. 

We do not use forced labour, child labour, and underpaid labour. 
Whilst we launch new collections that are fun and seasonal, there are many timeless pieces available. These pieces can be worn all year round and are set to stay with us for many years to come. They will never go out of style. You can pass down these classic pieces to the younger generations. 

The most important thing about handmade clothes is that the production process is environment friendly. There is no toxic gas and chemical released in the air. There is no waste dumped into the ground and water. 

At Adeirlina, We hand-make each style in small quantities from 15 to 30 pieces to test the success of the item. We only produce more when we receive more than 10 restock requests. To ensure the most efficient possible use of our fabric, we incorporate traditional cutting techniques in our production and upcycle scrap fabric for office materials. And then any scraps still left are recycled. Therefore, there is no pollution and absolutely no waste.