We are a clothing brand that is committed to sustainability and ethical practices. We source our materials locally and use deadstock fabrics to minimize waste and reduce our environmental impact. Here are some of the ways we prioritize sustainability in our brand:

Local Sourcing: We prioritize local sourcing to reduce the carbon footprint associated with shipping and transportation. By sourcing materials locally, we support local businesses and reduce the environmental impact of our supply chain.

Deadstock Fabrics: We use deadstock fabrics, which are excess fabrics that are left over from larger productions, to create our clothing. By using deadstock materials, we reduce textile waste and help prevent perfectly good fabrics from ending up in landfills.

Eco-Friendly Production: We use eco-friendly production methods to minimize our impact on the environment. This includes using low-impact dyes and reducing our water usage during the production process. We also prioritize ethical labor practices and work with manufacturers who pay fair wages and provide safe working conditions for their employees.

Minimal Waste: We are committed to minimizing waste throughout our supply chain. We use fabric scraps to create accessories and small products, and we donate any excess materials to local organizations and charities.

Packaging: We use eco-friendly packaging materials, including recycled paper and compostable shipping bags, to reduce our impact on the environment.