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for the good of mankind.

HYPECHASE is a fashion brand based in Mongolia and dedicated to sustainability. Our efforts led us to the manufacture of knitwear made from luxurious natural fibers and the upcycling of authentic Japanese kimonos.

We also collaborate with fashion brands around the world to manufacture their designs.

Based in Mongolia
Independent Business
Caring the Environment


Every knitwear fiber is collected in Mongolia

In Mongolia, the animals are running free all year long in the countryside. Every year, a natural undercoat naturally grows under their hair to survive the cold weather in winter. This layer is called the “down”. And this is what the herders will comb every year during the springtime, to transform it into the sweetest pullovers you could possibly find.

From nomadic herders
Living in yurts

Handspun yarn

To keep the fibers soft, we built a community of ladies in charge of transforming the fibers into yarn by hand. A long process requiring experience and care. Every inch of the yarn is slowly processed to create a yarn that is considered the most luxurious.

Hand knitted clothing
Handknitted garments

The goal of this project is to not use a single machine that could destroy or damage the initial softness of cashmere, yak, or camel down. After spinning the yarn, we hand it over to another team of ladies that are in charge of knitting it.


Building this team was quite a long work because there was nothing similar existing so far. We start to provide fiber to ladies spread all over the country to gauge their skills.


Some designs can be complex so we could only involve the best or the most promising knitters. The ones that were selected are working for us or for famous brands around the world.


Collected in Japan

The clothes we use as the basis of our upcycling project are discarded kimonos from Japan. Our partner in Japan is in charge of collecting, filtering, and sorting the pieces for us. Japanese people are so happy to contribute to this project that we regularly find money or encouraging hand-written letters inside the sleeves.

Transformed in Mongolia

It is always a special moment when the kimonos arrive in Mongolia, we sort them another time before deciding on what they will be transformed: Shirt, shorts, blazer, pants, bag, skirt, etc. Every piece is transformed in our studio in Ulaanbaatar.

``Upcycling allows us to play with colors and great fabrics without producing more of it``
Sustainable fashion

We transform existing clothes into new clothes to avoid producing more fabrics and save water, energy, dyes, and other chemicals.

Hire people in need

The team in Japan hires people with mental illness or lack of education to perform the easy tasks.

Sustainable development goals

This project is fully social responsible and sustainable. We are so proud to be part of durable fashion practices.

One of a kind

Each garment is unique. To make you the only one in the world with that piece.

Japanese fabrics

Kimonos are made from premium quality silk, linen, or hemp.

Artistic patterns

Patterns and ornaments are often made by hand, resulting in a precious garment.


Supporting your quest to sustainability
We facilitate your textiles needs from Mongolia

We love to collaborate with designers around the world.

The project initiation starts with Adrien. When the discussions start to be related to design, technical aspects, and production, Lida takes over. Her fashion degree and experience as a knitwear designer are such a great asset

Let’s run your project smoothly from the beginning to the end.

Camel Down
Yak Down
No experience needed
Professional guidance on the creation process from early stage to closure.
Visual packages
Videos, reels, pictures of the Mongolian culture and countryside.
Sustainable fibers
Cashmere, yak, camel, and sheep fibers are sourced from certified organizations.
No import taxes
EU customers exempted from import taxes.
We take orders ranging from low quantities to mass production.
Contact our clients
Get in touch with our previous clients to have feedback on how we make things done.