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
clothes, so we’ve developed a new uniform using recycled yarns,
responsible wools, vegetable-tanned leathers and innovative water saving
Who We’re Working With
Textiles 2030, the most ambitious voluntary agreement designed to limit
the impact clothes and home textiles have on climate change in line with
the Paris Agreement and the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate
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Leather Working Group
We are now a member of the LWG, a not-for-profit organisation that
provides the world's leading environmental certification for the leather
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Responsible Wool Standard
We are certified to the Responsible Wool Standard. The RSW standard verifies wool
fibre animal welfare and land management requirements and tracks it from farm to
We are working with Canopy through the Pack4Good and CanopyStyle
initiatives to ensure our paper-based packaging and man-made cellulosic
fibres do not come from ancient and endangered forests.
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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.
What We’ve Achieved So Far
Vegetable Tanned Leather
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.
Found across many of our leather products. Chrome-free tanning is done
without using Chromium III, meaning the leather has better biodegradable
Many of our dresses are made from Polysheer, a fabric developed by
recycling leftover plastic bottles.
Derived from certified renewable wood sources and using an
eco-responsible production process, EcoVero™ fibres lower emissions and
promote supply chain transparency.
Natural Indigo Dye
Organic natural indigo dye is extracted from the leaves of the
Indigofera tinctoria plant. The process of extracting this and dyeing the
fabric uses much less water than standard dyes, as well as considerably
reducing the use of synthetic chemicals.
Organic natural dyes use agricultural waste or non-edible natural
compounds like leaves and nut shells. This process uses much less water
and synthetic chemicals than regular dyes and supports the local economy
of harvesting these materials.
ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon
ECONYL® yarn is a 100% regenerated nylon fibre made from nylon
waste otherwise polluting the Earth, like fishing nets, fabric
scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic rescued from
all over the world.