'Whizz' is the sound of a quick breeze and an address for the smart, and this is how we would describe our customers-- women who stay capable and creative while busy enjoying life. Whizz wants to add some color to their already brilliant lives not only by creating comfy and chic pieces, but also by being a part of their elevated lifestyle.




Every season our team travels all around in order to get first-hand design inspirations. We pay attention to all details to make sure our design is stylish and timeless.



We are proud to introduce our one-and-only Quality Inspection Lab and trustworthy partner factories. Quality and sustainable production process are factors that Whizz cares the most. 



We make great efforts to guarantee that descriptions of all pieces are clear and accurate before launching. Whizz promises to only provides genuine information on our products and us.




Environmental Responsibility

What's Whizz‘s approach to packaging?

We've invested a huge amount of time and resources into making sure our current packaging is as sustainable and environmentally friendly as it can be. We believe our current packaging set-up is the most sustainable we can achieve right now.

How can I recycle Whizz packaging?

Even though our packaging is 100% recyclable, we know that not all local recycling facilities accept every type of plastic packaging. So you're welcome to send any used packaging back to us when you next have stuff to return - and we'll sort out the rest.

Why don't you just ship everything in cardboard?

We're confident that we've currently got the right balance between plastic and cardboard. If we simply switched all our packaging to cardboard, our carbon emissions would actually increase by 50% - yes really! 

Why don't you use compostable packaging?

Compostable packaging isn't recyclable, and it's not suitable for home composting facilities either - so even though it might technically be 'compostable', there's no guarantee it will be composted at the end of its life. 

Why don't you use biodegradable packaging?

Biodegradable packaging requires sunlight and oxygen in order to safely break down - and, as neither of these are present in landfills, there's no guarantee that 'biodegradable' packaging will actually biodegrade. Like compostable packaging, it's not recyclable, either. We're keeping our eyes peeled for any developments in this area.

Are you working on using less packaging?

Absolutely! We aim to use the minimum amount of packaging we can to protect products on their journey between our suppliers, our warehouse and your front door. We're in the process of eliminating all unnecessary packaging, using only what's absolutely necessary to get your order to you safely and in good condition.