The fashion industry is responsible for producing twenty per cent of global wastewater and ten per cent of global carbon emissions – more than the emissions of all international flights and maritime shipping combined. Cotton farming is responsible for 24 per cent of insecticides and 11 per cent of pesticides despite using only 3 per cent of the world’s arable land. In addition, the textiles industry has been identified in recent years as a major contributor to plastic pollution in the world’s oceans. It was estimated that around half a million tonnes of plastic microfibers shed during the washing of plastic-based textiles such as polyester, nylon, or acrylic end up in the ocean every year.
In addition to the negative environmental impacts, fashion is also linked to dangerous working conditions due to unsafe processes and hazardous substances used in production. High cost and time pressures are often imposed on all parts of the supply chain, leading to workers suffering poor working conditions with long hours and low pay, with evidence, in some instances, of modern slavery and child labour.
Organic cotton is made sustainably and responsibly, so the planet feels just as good as you do while wearing it. Organic cotton is made from natural fibers, doesn't use pesticides or chemicals, and is biodegradabld.
Recycled Polyester takes discarded plastic bottles from landfills and gives them new life in your wardrobe. Recycled polyester garments have all the benefits of using virgin polyester (durability, ease of care, and design benefits), without using new resources that have harmful effects on our planet.
Besides, we also adopt seamless knitting. Seamless knitting means no weak points in the fabric. This knitting technique also provides better stretch and comfort when you wanna stretch. Most importantly, seamless knitting also reduces fabric waste during the production phase.
We cared about the people - the garment workers who are so often mistreated in the fashion industry. We are committed to working with responsible factories. Our partner factories are regularly audited to ensure compliance with Our Code of Conduct and international labour standards. We visit our factories personally, and work closely with them to manufacture our collections. We make sure that workers of our partner factories are properly compensated with living wages, not just minimum wages, ensuring proper rest days and access to essential insurance coverage, protect workers rights, and prohibit child labor, forced labor, and discrimination. In every facet of our business, we strive to provide people with safe workplaces where they can feel good about their contributions to protecting our planet.
We can create a sustainable future, together.
Sustainability is a journey - not a destination. We need to keep learning, researching, asking and challenging.
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