Creator & Visionary
Mary Wutz is the founder behind Seam Siren. Acquired through her own personal healing journey, she has developed a rich background in several holistic modalities including Herbalism, Permaculture, Reflexology, Reiki, Neuromuscular Therapy, and the Suzuki method of playing music. These trainings and applications have helped her refine an already highly attuned ear to the frequencies of nature, particularly those of plant sentience, and how it is intrinsically connected to the human body.
It is by witnessing ancient traditions through the lenses of differing cultures that she has come to understand nature on a deeply intuitive and visceral level. By learning how ancient communities interact with plants, she has come to better understand their growth patterns, means of thriving, and inherent nourishing properties. Through her clothing and accessory collections, she is applying this experiential learning to our modern world in a meaningful and accessible way.
Her desire to restore earth balance through deeper alignment with nature rests at the core of her plant-healing brand. Timeless wisdom inherent to systems in nature influences every aspect of her business model from transparency in the production lifecycle, to collaboration with others, as well as self-healing education, which she teaches practically and by example.
A graduate of The College of Charleston, The Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Therapy, California School of Herbal Studies, Living Light Culinary Institute, and Occidental Arts & Ecology Center Permaculture Design Program, Mary now serves as an herbalist, permaculturist, consciousness educator, and visionary behind the design and healing intent of her line. Her experience and wisdom have positioned her amongst respected mentors and peers in the fields of quantum and alternative plant-based medicine.
Mary’s pursuits are of utmost purity and heart-centeredness. Beyond the scope of creating a beautiful lifestyle brand that is nurturing, functional, and pleasing to the eye, her focus is to promote and elevate our vibrational frequencies, and pay reverence to Mother Earth.
By example, Mary invites us to operate from a place of goodwill. She ensures all phases of production are pursued with utmost care and transparency. Through educational entrepreneurship, she encourages us to exercise our purchasing power with good intent––from what we choose to wear, the agriculture pursuits and initiatives we choose to support, the foods we choose to eat, how we care for our bodies, the ways in which we treat each other, and the goods and services we purchase.
It is with fervent commitment to this level of mindfulness that Mary intends to create a wake of change. As she invites us to wear high frequency clothing and accessories, she is supporting an upshift in our consciousness, and helping to restore our states of being to that which nature intended.
Creating products in Alignment with Nature
Wild Himalayan Nettle is the purest fiber available on the market due to its remote growing range and absence of chemicals in all layers of creation. Nettle Fiber is both antimicrobial and hypoallergenic as well as being highly regarded as medicinal in both Eastern and Western cultures. Additionally, it is the only fiber crop plant that actually sequesters carbon from the environment making it a truly eco-friendly fiber.
Wildcrafted nettle fabric is absorbent, breathable, and temperature regulating. It is fortifying due to the medicinal properties inherent in the plant, and is known as nature’s multivitamin – rich in a variety of essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and phytochemicals.
As a plant ally nettle is strengthening and protective making it beneficial for most everyone. Grounding us through its origin in the Himalayas, nettle fiber is helpful in reducing stress caused by modern distractions and stimulus making it among the most resonate clothing textiles available to us.
"For a solution to be truly sustainable and good it must have a positive return to the environment and society. At the heart of any design problem is a question: Are we trying to make something less bad or are we trying to make things better?"
Eric Wicks - Artist, Designer, Strategist
As we do in all aspects of our business, we learn from cultures that existed long before us, and from nature. One of the most powerful wisdoms these teachers provide is that of connection and community. The bond of communion amongst tribes and ancient peoples has almost entirely become lost in our modern experience. We believe isolation and detachment has contributed to dysfunction and disease in our modern time. As such, we are actively pursuing means of reinvigorating appreciation for, and adherence to community, and spreading awareness about the sense of wellbeing that comes with it.
You deserve to know the entire life cycle of the things you buy.
From harvesting to finished product we believe in full disclosure. Follow the journey of our collection and find out the who, how, what, why, and where they come from that affects the health of people and the planet.
There are no synthetic chemicals or processes used in any part of our production.
We believe in working with nature to provide you with the purest fiber for fashion on the planet.
The concept of wearing your medicine has been around for thousands of years and can be found in many different cultures.
Seam Siren meticulously selects the dye palette in concert with the seasons and practices of Chromatherapy- a deeply therapeutic way of connecting with nature through an ancient methodology that uses color to elevate mood and enhance wellbeing.