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With incremental changes for right now, and larger goals for the future, our sustainability efforts are always growing. We recognise we have a responsibility towards our planet, and the people involved in making our products, so we’ve developed a new uniform collection using recycled yarns, responsible wools, and organic cotton.

“At AllSaints we see it as our
responsibility to not only help our
customers look good, but also
feel good, in the knowledge that
we have carefully considered the
materials used as well as the
processes involved in creating
our collections for them.

A woman wearing an asymmetrical white dress standing in front of a white dune.
A man wearing aviator sunglasses, a chain necklace and a printed black shirt standing in front of a white dune.

Understanding what
something will be made of and
how it will be made are
prerequisites for us before any
design goes into production.” PETER WOOD, CEO

Looking to start making more responsible fashion choices, but don’t know where to start? Is the industry terminology leaving you confused and overwhelmed? Don’t worry, we’ve broken down our key materials and sustainable certifications into easy bite-sized chunks to make your life a little less complicated…


A responsible product is any item where at least 50% of the main fabric (i.e. bulk weight of the item) is composed of materials such as organic cotton or recycled materials. This is backed up by certifications which we receive for the products that we make claims against.

We know there is no such thing as a 100% sustainable product, but by producing high-quality collections using the best certified materials, all while looking after the people that make the products, then we know we are doing our best. We continually look at ways to innovate.

Look out for the “Responsible” badges on our products!

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We are committed to creating the best products we can for our customers by working with our trusted suppliers, some of which we have worked with for over 10 years, and ensuring where possible we are developing collections made from responsible and quality fibres.

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AllSaints is a member of the Leather Working Group (LWG), which has strict auditing standards to assess the performance of leather manufacturing facilities (or "tanneries") against environmental, social and governance metrics. This helps to ensure the chemicals used within the tanning process are managed efficiently. All of the leather we use in our products is from certified LWG tanneries.

The cattle and meat industry is one of the largest contributors to deforestation globally, therefore we’re working with our suppliers to become more traceable and transparent in the sourcing of our leather. This is a significant problem faced by the leather industry as a whole but we're committed to finding solutions with our suppliers.


Cotton accounts for over 50% of the fibres we use as a business each year, so it is an incredibly important fibre for us. However, we also know that cotton can have negative impacts on the environment and the farmers that grow it. This impact comes primarily in the shape of water consumption, as cotton uses a huge amount of water in its cultivation and dyeing processes, not to mention the large amounts of synthetic chemicals and pesticides it requires to grow.

We are committed to using as much organic cotton within our collections as possible, which when compared with conventionally-grown cotton, uses better growing practices such as no artificial pesticides, improved water irrigation techniques and encourages beneficial biodiversity.

For our organic cotton products, they are certified to either the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or Organic Cotton Standard (OCS). For our recycled cotton products, they are certified to either the Global Recycling Standards (GRS) or other known recycling standards.

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We are certified to the Organic Content Standard (OCS). Products certified to the OCS standard contain organically grown material that has been independently verified at each stage of the supply chain, from source to final product.

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We are certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) from 2021. The GOTS standard requires any organic product certified to this standard to contain a minimum content of organic fibres (70%). In addition there are strict guidelines on natural and synthetic chemical inputs while having to meet high social parameters to protect workers throughout the supply chain. The aim of this standard is to promote environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing that is traceable from farm to final product. Find out more


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We are certified to the Responsible Wool Standard. The RWS standard verifies wool fibre animal welfare and land management requirements and tracks it from farm to final product. Find out more

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We are certified to the Responsible Mohair Standard. Products certified to the RMS Standard contain mohair fibre from farms (independently) certified to animal welfare and land management requirements. Find out more


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TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres are derived from controlled or certified wood sources and are produced in a closed loop process which recovers 99.8% of the solvent - resulting in close-to-zero wastage. TENCEL™ fibres are naturally soft and smooth to the touch. TENCEL™ is a trademark of Lenzing AG. Find out more

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TENCEL™ Modal are derived from controlled or certified wood sources. They are made with at least 50% less carbon emissions and water consumption compared to generic modal^. TENCEL™ fibres are naturally soft and smooth to the touch. TENCEL™ is a trademark of Lenzing AG. ^Results based on LCA standards (ISO-14040/44) and available via Higg MSI (Version 3.7) Find out more



LENZING™ ECOVERO™ branded viscose fibres are derived from controlled or certified wood sources. They are made with at least 50% less carbon emissions and water consumption compared to generic viscose^. LENZING™ and ECOVERO™ are trademarks of Lenzing AG. ^Results based on LCA standards (ISO-14040/44) and available via Higg MSI (Version 3.7) Find out more


Hemp fabric has some great natural advantages, such as keeping you warm in winter, cool in summer and even protecting you from UV rays. It also requires far less water when compared to cotton, making it a great alternative.


Our corozo buttons are made using natural materials from nuts harvested from the Tagua palm. They are produced with a distinctive grain finish, a nice non-plastic alternative.



There are many advantages of using synthetic fibres within our collection, they dry quickly, can be made to be waterproof, stain resistant, wrinkle free and long lasting. However, coal, oil or natural gases are all used in the production process, therefore we are committed to move away from virgin synthetic materials and instead incorporate more recycled fibres wherever possible.

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Recycled materials can come from a variety of sources, from old dead stock material, production process waste, recycled plastic bottles, and fishing net waste to mention a few.

In an effort to reduce our virgin materials, we are certified to the Global Recycling Standard (GRS). Products certified to the Global Recycled Standard (GRS) contain recycled material that has been (independently) verified at each stage of the supply chain, from the source to the final product. In addition, factories and everyone involved, from the source to final supplier, have met social, environmental, and chemical requirements. Find out more

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ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon

ECONYL® yarn is a 100% regenerated nylon fibre made from nylon waste, such as fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic rescued from all over the world - which would otherwise be polluting the Earth. Find out more

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REPREVE® is a branded synthetic performance fibre that is manufactured from the recycling of used plastic bottles and post-industrial waste sources. By recycling these bottles into a fibre, this helps reduce plastic waste within our environment. Find out more




We are a member of the Leather Working Group (LWG), a not-for-profit organisation that provides the world's leading environmental certification for the leather manufacturing industry. Find out more


Each year it is estimated over 150 million trees are logged for the textile industry alone. Since 2022, we’ve been working with non-profit organisation Canopy, with a mission to protect the world's forests, species and climate, as well as helping Indigenous communities. Their Pack4Good and CanopyStyle initiatives help brands like AllSaints to ensure our paper-based packaging and man-made cellulosic fibres are not sourced from ancient and endangered forests by 2025. Find out more



Textile Exchange is a non-profit organisation working towards making sectors relating to fashion and textiles create products in a more responsible way to support our planet, ecosystems, and communities. Through their Climate+ strategy, they’ve set out to direct the global textile industry towards achieving a 45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions within the fibre and raw materials production stage by 2030. In AllSaints effort to help reach this goal, we are certified to a number of their standards relating to organic, recycled, and responsible animal fibres. Find out more

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IDFL is our accredited auditing and certifying body that has certified us for many of our responsible materials such as GOTS (Global Organic Textiles Standard) or RWS (Responsible Wool Standard). To maintain our certifications, they audit us on a yearly basis to ensure we are compliant with traceability, social and environmental parameters set by these standards. Find out more

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Many processes within the textile industry use high volumes of chemicals and water to create beautifully dyed and finished products. But there are some great alternatives which do not have the same impact on our environment, and we are working hard with our suppliers to put more of these practices into our collections.

Found across some of our leather products we do chrome-free tanning. This means that the dyestuff used to tan the leather does not contain Chrome.

For some of our jackets, the leather-making process is carried out using vegetable tanning. Dyes are made from natural compounds such as nuts, fruits, tree bark, and leaves.

Conventional dyeing of synthetic fibres can use a lot of energy and water in the process and emit large volumes of CO2. Dope dyed synthetic fibres divert this water and energy as the dye is inserted into the fibre while being extruded. This also makes the fibre stay brighter for longer which prolongs longevity - something we all want with our clothes.


We know and fully believe that the most sustainable thing you can do is love and cherish the items you already have in your wardrobe. We want you to enjoy our products for years to come.

However it can be confusing to know exactly what to do with your favourite AllSaints jeans or knitwear piece. So we’ve tried to provide you with everything you need to know about keeping your AllSaints pieces in good condition. Learn more

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