It’s been estimated that roughly two-thirds of the harm done to the environment by the fashion industry occurs in the pre-production stage. There are so many textiles and synthetic fibres that are made from really damaging stuff – oil, plastic, non-renewable fossil fuels. Nasty, we know. Not only is the production of a lot of these fabrics often very socially intensive in that they involve unfair and unethical labour, but they also cause immense environmental damage, which contributes towards the climate crisis.
The fashion industry has gained a pretty bad rep recently, and it's high time that we make some changes. That's why it's crucial that we choose our raw materials carefully by sourcing low-impact, sustainable fabrics which have minimal, short lasting effects on our environment. That's why we only ever use recycled, regenerated and organic fabrics. We're also currently working ways in which we move towards relying solely on deadstock and vintage fabric for our future collections.
Our debut collection features responsibly sourced Linen, Tencel™ Lyocell, and Organic Cotton.