We’re pushing sustainability forward with every design, without compromising style. Material choices have the most significant impact on sustainability, so we take great care in selecting our fibres & finishing processes.
At present, 96.4% of our fabrics are sustainable, organic, regenerated or recycled, with many being completely biodegradable.
The fabrics that we use include:
Our Cotton Materials are beautifully soft to the touch & of the highest quality to ensure all garments are long-wearing.
We use GOTS Certified, Sustainable, Organic Cotton fabrics that are completely free of the use of synthetic chemicals such as pesticides + fertilisers & are coloured with all natural, non-toxic dyes. This of course, makes them completely biodegradable in a few short months.
GOTS Certified 98% Organic Cotton 2% Elastane - Sourced via OCC Apparel Australia.
GOTS Certified Organic Cotton 100% - Sourced via Spoonflower USA.
Tencel is a form of lyocell fiber that is produced via environmentally responsible processes from the sustainably sourced natural raw material; wood. Known for their natural comfort, Lyocell fibers are versatile, have great strength, efficient moisture absorption & a gentleness to skin. All of these fabrics are completely biodegradable in a few short months.
100% Tencel - Sourced via SwatchOn Korea.
VEGAN LEATHER/PU (Polyurethane)
Our PU Vegan Leather is a polymer composed of organic units joined with urethane & is generally referred to as a plastic.
PU (Polyurethane) 100% - Sourced via SwatchOn Korea.
We LOVE all the innovative & sustainable vegan leather alternatives like Pinnatex (Pineapple Leather), Cork & MuSkin (Mushroom Leather). They are fantastic for more rigid items like bags & shoes or even a jacket, but unfortunately they don’t have the flex or stretch qualities to make a pair of pants or a skirt comfortably wearable (yet!). A lot of these innovative materials are still somewhat in development phases & there are still a few gaps in the market...
We are constantly on the hunt for the most sustainable fabrics to use in our collections & are patiently waiting for further developments with these fibres. Currently, 96.4% of our fabrics are sustainable, organic, regenerated or repurposed.