When it comes to cleaning up fashion, fabric choice alone can account for up to 95% of a product's social and environmental footprint4. We're proud that 90% of our SS21 collection is made from responsible fabrics, and we're working towards 100% in the future.
We are constantly exploring new materials and embracing textile innovation as the backdrop for our signature prints.
Explore our responsible fabrics below.
WASTE NOT WANT NOT
We work closely with our partner factories, allowing us to have an awareness of leftover fabric from our production lines, and we’ve turned some of our excess materials into scrunchies, tote bags, masks and limited-edition dresses.
MATERIALS WE DON’T LIKE
We’re picky with our fabrics. Along with identifying responsible fibres for our collections, we have also restricted certain materials from ever knowingly entering our supply chain. Our restricted materials list is applied to our primary materials categories as well as to our trims and components whenever we are able to avoid them.
- Animal Fur
- Conventional Nylon Textiles
- Conventional Polyester Textiles
- Conventional Viscose
- Exotic Skins or Hides
- Endangered Species; we will never knowingly source any species listed on the CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) and IUCN (International Union for Conservation Red) lists of endangered species.
- PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
- Virgin Animal Derived Leather
- Virgin Down and Feathers
THE FINISHING TOUCH
All materials undergo a certain degree of processing, known as ‘finishing’, when they are made into textiles. We uphold rigorous finishing standards to ensure our materials minimise chemical impacts.
All of our products must meet at least one of the following finishing standards:
- Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification
We are continuing to test and try our materials, and we’re dedicated to making sure that 100% of the materials in our collections follow our responsibility guidelines in the near future.