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AllSaints UK

A CONSCIOUS COMMITMENT

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 organic cotton.

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“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. 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

 

 

MATERIALS

 

We are committed to providing our customers the best products we can, ensuring we are developing collections made from responsible fibres and the finest materials - helping to secure a sustainable future for our planet. We are incredibly fortunate to have been working with trusted suppliers for over 10 years, allowing us to create products which are not only beautiful, but long lasting too.

 

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PROCESSES

 

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.

 

 

PACKAGING

 

Our carrier bags, online order boxes and gift cards are made from ethically-sourced recycled paper, dyed at the source to eliminate any extra machine time - all of which can be fully reused, recycled or composted.

The envelopes we use to ship small items and orders from our retail stores are made from biodegradable polythene, which starts breaking down on exposure to sunlight and heat.

In response to the Plastic Packaging Tax, which was introduced in April 2022, we are already using more sustainable poly bags - which are fully recyclable, contain 100% recycled content and are also carbon neutral.

 

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WRAP

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 Change. Find out more


Leather Working Group

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


CANOPY

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.. Find out more


TEXTILE EXCHANGE

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. Find out more


Grouptree

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. Find out more


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 pollute Earth. Find out more


Global Recycled Standard

The purchase of Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified products demonstrates demand for recycled content and best processing practices in the supply chain. Find out more


Organic Content Standard

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


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 final product. Find out more


Repreve

REPREVE® is the world’s leading brand of recycled performance fibre, taking waste, such as plastic bottles, and giving it a second life as a sustainable fibre - helping to reduce plastic waste within our environment. Find out more


Tencel Lyocell

TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres are extracted from sustainably grown wood using a unique closed loop system which recovers and reuses the solvents used, minimising the environmental impact of production. Unique physical properties lead to their high tenacity profile, efficient moisture management and gentleness to skin. Find out more


Tencel Modal

With high flexibility, TENCEL™ Modal fibres offer textiles long-lasting quality and softness. The fibre’s sleek cross-section construction enhances its softness even after repeated washing, making it twice as soft as cotton. Find out more


Lenzing Ecovero

LENZING™ ECOVERO™ branded viscose fibres are the new standard for eco-responsible viscose in the fashion industry. When compared with generic viscose, the production of LENZING™ ECOVERO™ has a substantially smaller environmental footprint. Find out more


OUR CONSCIOUS COLLECTION

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