Circular Economy & Sustainability


Since we launched, we've mentioned that we engage in sustainable practices. If you're wondering what this means exactly we've broken it down for you. 

In a nutshell, being sustainable is thinking about production, how and more importantly, why our products are made, where our textiles come, the processes in our supply chain, and what happens to the product when it reaches the end of its lifecycle. We also use green packaging and keep shipping as green as possible.

When you declutter your closets, if for any reason you can't or don't have the time to think about discarding your garment, based on your location, we provide a collection of items or a hassle free system so when you’re done with the items it doesn’t end up in a landfill. Reach out to us for more information. 


We all know that textiles are polluting our planet, microfibres are incredibly damaging to our environment (there are many great videos on youtube that explains this in detail) so we focus on using fabrics that contribute as little as possible to this problem. 

When we create a collection, we ask ourselves, why we are creating each individual piece. We create product that we believe will last in your wardrobe throughout seasons. We also get to know our consumers, once you purchase a piece, feel free to reach out so we can discuss sustainable measures of recycling your product back into the economy once it has reached its lifecycle in your wardrobe. There are many different methods of removing a product from your wardrobe but ensuring that the product doesn't end up in a landfill (we will have to dedicate an entire blog to that another time, for now, send us an email to discuss if you're at that point). 

We're constantly focused on methods that allow us to produce product in a more sustainable fashion. This means, when we create a product we think about how the product is created and materials we don't use can go back into a system so that it doesn’t produce waste. 


We are 100% involved in our manufacturing stage. We are a slow manufacturer, this means, we work one on one with a production team to ensure sustainable measures are being maintained. 

We are open with our supply chain methods, when asked about, we are happy to discuss our entire supply chain so that you know how, where, and why the products you are purchasing are made. 


Last but not least, we measure our impact. We track our product, methods, and our waste and where we do have an impact, we look into methods of giving back. 


For our next steps, we're working on contributing to an entire systemic shift of the fashion cycle. More to come! 

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