Sustainability

Materials

Our goal is simple: Reducing the environmental impact of clothing production, without compromising on style. We repurpose any overstocks into unique pieces of items. We collect leftover cotton, recycled polyester and recycled nylon.

All our fabrics are ethically curated ensuring that these are obtained through responsible and sustainable methods checking each fabric was made by the workers who were paid a fair wage in fair working conditions.

Production Unit

We do not make any of our items in factories but in small sampling units. All our mock-ups are made in our London studio using any fabric we can find like old tshirts and leftover fabrics. The mock-ups are sent to India for their transformation into the final products by two tailors and a seamstress in a small unit in India where we pay our workers a wage over and above a fair wage, making our supply chain sustainable and as transparent as possible.

Process

We simply add our creativity and imagination and create patterns and templates in our London Studio. Once the mock-ups are tested, and we know the fit and function works by trying them on various size fit like zillion times, we then match the collected fabrics to be made into these mock-ups in our unit in India. Any leftovers from the ready items are collected and transformed into new items like scrunchies and wall hangings. So we are left very minimal waste.

Packaging

We use Sustainable Cardboard and Biodegradable Packaging

Cardboard Packaging

Made in the UK, 100% biodegradable packaging that is made from recycled corrugated paper, certified by the FSC ®.

Biodegradable Plant Packaging

We use biodegradable plant based packaging which has certification for OK compost HOME, and will completely compost within 6 months in a well-maintained compost unit. Put into your home compost bin, or food waste caddies and green waste for collection by local authorities.

Recycled Tissue Paper

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