By 2022, our aim is for 95% of our collections to be made from natural & sustainable fabrics.
We endeavour to use organic cotton in our collection, which is biodegrable and produced without the use of fertilisers or pesticides, ensuring the health of cotton farmers, workers, communities and ecosystems.
Linen is a temperature regulating, antibacterial fibre which is biodegradable. The fibre originates from the flax plant and is sustainable in production as it’s fast growing, has a high yield, and uses minimal water.
Hemp farming requires no use of pesticide, herbicides or chemical treatments, and requires little water- using 4x less the conventional cotton. It is biodegradable and can be broken down in landfill or compost in roughly 3 months.
Wool has long been accepted as an environmentally positive choice. The fibre has a number of sustainable benefits, such as being 100% natural, renewable, and biodegradable.
Tencel is a certified closed loop fabric made from sustainably farmed and fast growing Eucalyptus trees. Tencel is made within a closed loop process, meaning 99% of the chemical solution can be recycled and reused again.
Modal is a certified closed loop fabric made from sustainably grown Beech Trees. Modal production uses significant less water compared to conventional cotton, and is made using renewable energy.
Cupro is the by-product of the industrial harvest of cotton, particularly the waste fibres which are too small to spin. It is biodegradable