We all love our planet so when are we going to start respecting it? 🌍
From Coral Destruction to Ocean Pollution, Forest Fires to Shifting Seasons, it is fair to say that we need to re-evaluate our approach and lifestyles on an individual and collaborative level.
Be part of the generation that makes a change, the power is within the new generation of micro brands, to create awareness, educate and provide logical, responsible and sustainable products.
Our Take ( Clothing Production )
- Excessive Production
- Harmful Production Methods
An unjustifiable amount of clothing ends up going directly to landfill, mostly due to excessive production to lower the unit prices. However, we have to question is this worth it when you weigh it up against the environmental impact.
We tackle this issue by producing our items on demand, we do not hold stock and each item is produced upon order, this is a costly approach however we value our planet too much to contribute to this damage.
This method does take additional time, however, we believe the environmental pros outweigh the need for instant gratification. To make progress, we need to re-evaluate our approach and lifestyles, perhaps the instant gratification era we live in is partially responsible for the state of our environment?
We set out to produce our garments in a sustainable fashion, with the smallest possible environmental footprint.
Selecting quality sustainable textiles such as Bamboo and Organic Cotton, whilst using inks for printing that are OEKO-TEX certified, meaning they contain no chemicals which negatively impact or harm the environment.
Bamboo grows rapidly, needs very little water, fertiliser, or pesticides, and sequesters a large amount of carbon dioxide, absorbing five times more carbon dioxide and 35% more oxygen than similar plants. It’s also naturally regenerating, so harvesting bamboo still allows the plant to survive.
Organic cotton is cotton that is produced and certified to organic agricultural standards. Its production sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people by using natural processes rather than artificial inputs. Importantly organic cotton farming does not allow the use of toxic chemicals or GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Instead, it combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promote a good quality of life for all involved.
The Garments we use are part of the -
. GOTS Global Organic Textile Standard . Fair Wear Foundation . Fair Share Label . OEKO - TEX Standard 100 . Organic Blended Content Standard . Fairtrade Cotton Label . PETA - Approved Vegan . CO2 Climate Neutral Label .