‘Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality, to develop and express ourselves and our ideas in new ways and how one experiences one’s life.’

  • We focus on social, environmental and business governance to drive and ensure future sustainability of this industry.
  • Care is taken to implement and maintain environmental practices and policies that ensure we operate in an environmentally friendly, sustainable and responsible manner.
  • Materials and trims are thoroughly researched and sourced to enhance the essence and integrity of the design.
  • The look and the beauty of the garment are enhanced using various processing techniques.
  • The highest levels of quality are maintained throughout the manufacturing process.
  • We ensure equal and fair representation of all involved, from the inception to completion.
  • Insuring the importance of every person in this process is recognised as a vital and valuable part of this process and is treated with respect and dignity.
  • We endeavour to respect and uphold the human rights of our employees and independent contractors; provide reasonable steps to promote equal opportunity in the workplace by eliminating all forms of unfair discrimination in any employment policy or practice.
  • Work environments that are free from harassment in all forms. Strictly follow current child labour legislation and ensure that working hours, wages, overtime pay and annual leave comply with current laws.
  • As much as possible support is drawn from the local community of talent, skills and craftsmanship to foster sustainable communities and socio-economic development.

Everyting you need to know about Natural Fabrics

In many ways, natural fabrics are better for the environment. But simply saying that something is ‘natural’ shouldn’t be an automatic green-light. Let’s break down those natural fibres living in your closet.

What are the most sustainable fabrics

What’s in a label? What do we look for when we’re choosing sustainable fabrics? Whether you’re a clothes maker, or a fashion lover who doesn’t love fashion’s impact on the planet, choosing sustainable fabrics is one of the first things we can do to make our wardrobes more eco-friendly.

How ethical is Tencel?

Tencel is increasingly the fabric of choice for ethical and conscious clothing brands.  It’s light and versatile, and is widely used in casual wear. But what is Tencel? We’ve put together a cheatsheet to help demystify this fabric and put the power back in your hands.

How sustainable is Linen?

Linen. It’s the luxurious fabric you want to wear every time summer rolls around. But the big question remains: how sustainable is linen? Rest assured, we have some interesting news for #linenlovers.

Is Viscose really better for the environment?

Viscose is said to be the third most commonly used textile fiber in the world. If you’ve never heard of viscose, you may know it by another name, rayon. It’s a semi-synthetic fibre that is made from trees – but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s any better for the environment, or for you. In fact, the material has become a hot-button environmental issue recently. Here’s what you need to know.