Social and Environmental Responsability
Environmental, social responsibility considers people, planet and profit issues that lead to sustained competitive advantage. Creating socially responsible and sustainable employment practices help organisations meet current needs without compromising the ability to meet future needs.
We are making changes to reduce our business environmental impact.
Our e-commerce packaging solutions have been designed for optimal performance and to ensure the best possible end-user experience.
Our partners / affiliates also have sustainable packaging options available on their checkout.
PLASTIC FREE INITIATIVE
Ocean friendly, biodegradable, and 100% recyclable
Our entire range is now FSC® certified, accredited plastic free, 100% recyclable and we only print using plant and water-based inks. Our glues are formulated to have the highest plant-based content to meet plastic free guidelines
We support clothing production that takes into consideration every aspect of the supply chain and in doing so, aims to respect people, the environment and animals. In doing this, more time is spent on the design process, ensuring that each piece of apparel is high quality.
BUY LESS / BUY BETTER
If, as a collective, we stop buying poor quality, brands will be pushed to improve the quality of their garments. Encouraging longevity of the clothes that we wear, is both beneficial for the environment and our wallets.
LABELS / ICONS
We have created labels to be displayed next to our products which show where each garment has come from, and the material it’s made from. We believe that it is important for our customers to know the origin, material and the brand’s ethical responsibility.
Clothes made by hand are unique and exclusive, and stand out among the trend-driven, machine made clothes. Besides, clothes stitched are more transparent-you know where the raw materials are derived from, the working conditions and so on. Handmade pieces of clothing are meant to be worn for a long time, reducing the need to buy fast fashion.
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