Planet and Process
We focus on using materials which respect the environment, our climate and waterways. Learn about this shirt’s Impact vs A Conventional Cotton Shirt
Circularity is part of our product and packaging, from fiber to end of use.
How we make our products, how much water we use, the dyes and pigments that go into our prints, help us deliver a truly intentionally produced garment.
We’re obsessed with circular design principles. Materials choice is a large part of the circular design process. We wanted to work with bio-based and biodegradable fabrics which respected the planet. That means choosing fabrics which didn’t use too many resources (land, water and energy). We’v...
Circularity for us means whatever we use can revert to nature. We choose circular materials, from our fabric and trims to our packaging. Circular design, however, also means that we are designing our garment for other aspects of circularity, from the design phase, materials choice, processes, use and end-of-use (repair, re-purpose, recycle). We’ve covered our materials choice, but here are some ...
How a garment is produced can have a tremendous negative impact to the environment. We’re extremely mindful of this and have made decisions in our production process to choose better, kinder options for the planet, such as:
Solar powered factories
Our mill and production partner use solar energy to power their operations.
Lower water consumption
TENCEL™ Lyocell uses much lower wate...