About Us


Belé the Label reflects Alejandra's love for nature, and veganism. Alejandra has been vegan since 2015 and after having trouble finding clothing brands that were sustainable, environmentally friendly, vegan and fair trade she decided to design her own label. A label that prioritizes the well-being of our environment and that does not cause unnecessary harm while being ethically responsible.



The goal is to provide and create products that makes every person that wears it feel confident on every aspect. Not only by focusing on body positivity for all shapes, sizes but also by being inclusive on the use of ethically sourced fabric. We want to create a line that is centered around the protection of our planet with a production that does not exploit/harm our natural resources, animals and workers.



Our mission is to provide sustainable, and ethical products for an accessible price and through our social media channels educate our public on environmental issues and projects.



At Belé the Label we promise to provide our customers with quality over quantity. We want to continue improving over time. For we know there's still and will always be room for growth and change in sustainability and ethical production.

We are continuously researching multiple aspects of sustainability, climate change, human health, landfill use, fair-trade standards and working conditions. We are striving to offer products that can reduce the amount of landfill waste that is currently being produced and transparency in the supply chain to ensure that the product has been sourced ethically.

Sustainability is critical to us and we have implemented this approach on multiple levels from production to our shipping methods. The most significant steps we can take is to use recycled materials whenever possible without compromising the integrity of our product.


Meet our Fabrics:

Econyl, created by Italian firm Aquafil, uses synthetic waste such as industrial plastic, waste fabric, and fishing nets from oceans, then recycles and regenerates to produce 100% quality nylon. It also uses less energy and crude oil in the manufacturing process than virgin nylon.

Recycled Nylon, made from nylon waste from products that have already been manufactured, sold, used, and then discarded by consumers including fishing nets and plastic scraps, and breaking it down into its individual chemical components.

Recycled Elastane, is created by collecting and processing post-consumer or post-industrial waste spandex products that can come from discarded garments, manufacturing scraps, and other sources and is also often mixed with fabric made from recycled water bottles to make new swim and active wear. Virgin elastane/spandex is a petroleum-based fiber known for its long-adored stretch and comfortable feel. The making of elastane is also a chemical-heavy process that has caused devastating health problems. They affect not only aquatic plants and animals, but the water supply humans depend on, as well.   


Virgin nylon & virgin spandex are made directly from chemicals derived from petroleum. Petroleum, or crude oil, is a fossil fuel which is a nonrenewable resource that take millions of years to form and that is also the origin of most of the plastics that we use every day, as well as the source of our oil and gas. The production of virgin nylon by itself is also a dangerous process. Once it reaches a landfill, it takes30 - 40 years to decompose. All these factors led researchers to develop a form of recycling nylon/spandex and the creation of econyl to cut down on the waste and pollution that goes into manufacturing, producing, and using virgin fabrics.

 Fabrics Recycled

Sustainability and eco-friendly benefits of our fabrics:

Econyl, recycled nylon & spandex are already sustainable by its very nature. It’s made from waste that already exists, and it can, theoretically, be recycled over and over. A small amount of virgin nylon, spandex, fishnets & plastic can last for many years and be made into many different products throughout its lifetime.


  • Resource Conservation: By utilizing post-consumer or post-industrial waste, recycled nylon & spandex reduces the demand for virgin raw materials. This helps conserve natural resources like petroleum and reduces the environmental impact associated with their extraction and processing.

  • Waste Reduction: Recycling nylon & spandex waste helps divert it from landfills or incineration, minimizing the amount of textile waste that ends up in the environment. This contributes to waste reduction and supports a circular economy by giving new life to discarded materials.

  • Energy Savings: The production of recycled nylon & spandex typically requires less energy compared to the production of virgin fabrics. Recycling processes, such as sorting and melting down the waste materials, generally consume less energy than creating the fabrics from scratch.

  • Emissions Reduction: By recycling nylon & spandex, the need for manufacturing new fibers is reduced, which can help lower greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution associated with traditional production methods.

  • Environmental Preservation: The use of recycled materials in production can help reduce water consumption, chemical usage, and overall environmental impact, thereby supporting sustainable practices and minimizing harm to ecosystems.

 By buying our products you are not only contributing to a more circular economy, but you are also helping to reduce plastic waste, invest in the production of ECONYL, RECYCLED NYLON & SPANDEX and support environmental initiatives.



For our collections we have selected these models to represent woman of all sizes and shapes. Representing our values of body positivity, and being inclusive with an eco-conscious and ethical production. We hope you enjoy Belé the Label.



Thank you for being part of the change.