US, ON A DEEPER LEVEL
Do you care about the world around you and the people you share it with? Do you want your clothes to be sourced and made in a way that benefits, people and minimises the impact on the environment? We do.
Make better decisions. Shop with a conscience. Show you care.
We’re giving people better lives, supporting economies and reducing textile waste. Creating a style that looks good because it is good.
Discovering Nobody’s Child is step one, let’s do this together and change fashion one dress at a time.
Our conscience drives our desire to be better and we’re honest about our green credentials. If affordable sustainable fashion was easy, everyone would be doing it. It’s a journey, buckle-up and come along for the ride.
We’re serving up fashion fast, but don’t think for a second that makes it disposable. That’s not what we’re about. The aim of the game is to avoid landfill, not add to it. At Nobody’s Child we do things differently. We don’t believe in standard seasonal collections, so instead we reveal newlines regularly week by week.
London is our home where in-house designers create unique and individual prints. By producing small collections (warning: our stuff doesn’t hang around for long) refreshing our signature shapes in new fabrics and prints, we’re committed to making only what we really believe in.
We care about people as much as the environment, and so do the factories we work with.
Our UK manufacturing parters help us with our local sourcing and increase our ethical credentials, but we also understand how the fashion industry can enhance lives globally.
With our International production we strive for workers’ rights, fair wages, good working conditions and sustainable livelihoods throughout our supply chain.
Anywhere in the world, fashion can make lives better, we just need to be smart about it.
If you agree, you’re shopping in the right place.
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT.
Some call it upcycling, some call it deadstock, we all call it reducing textile waste.
NC’s mission is to re-use or re-purpose leftover fabric from past seasons to divert it from a lifetime in landfill.
We donate any leftover materials to fashion colleges, because why would we waste a good thing?