Sustainability has been part of our DNA since we started out in 1995 – which, naturally, includes our yarns. Their traceable origins, low impact, quality feel, and ability to last as well as become more beautiful with use, are what make our collections so very special.
We source natural, sustainable yarns that use less water, fewer pesticides, and create less CO2. And we upcycle our leftover fabric at source so to reduce waste and create new products.
Produced and certified to GOTS organic agricultural standards.
Used to make fabric for thousands of years. We’ve been using hemp in our collection since 1995.
A natural, renewable resource that can be crafted into soft viscose fabric.
One of the most sustainable fabrics in the world. Tencel™ comes from FSC certified eucalyptus trees.
A sustainable viscose. Made from beech trees; a natural, renewable resource.
Made entirely from used plastic bottles; promoting circular consumption and zero waste.
A natural insulator and body temperature regulator. Two qualities yet to be replicated in man-made fibres
ZERO PLASTIC LABELS AND PACKAGING
How we label and package our collections is just as important as how we make them.
We use recycled paper for our labelling and mailing bags and our garments bags are made from compostable cornstarch.
The extra protection we enlist so to look after people, animals, and the environment.
Look out for these logos on our clothing and labels. These are globally recognised benchmarks.