The most common materials we use for manufacturing our clothes are cotton, polyester and sometimes spandex for extra stretch. To find out the material composition of an item, be sure to check the description section of its product page.
A subset of our collection is made from 100% materials, which are more easily recyclable. Please bear with us as we create a product filter to make them more discoverable for you

All materials have their pros and cons, and the industry is still discovering which one's are preferable. For example, early in the sustainability movement, polyester was a less favoured material which is now advocated for by sustainability leaders for making clothes more durable and long-lasting - increasing how many times you can wear an item whilst reducing the amount of clothing that ends up in landfill.

We are continuing to research materials and understand the associated costs to the environment so that we can make changes as we go - for example we will never (and have never) use animal-based fabrics. We are also in the process of designing a sustainable collection that uses organic cotton, where the cotton is grown without the use of toxic pesticides and fertilisers. We plan to bring this to fruition in 2021 - at the moment we are focusing on scaling our business to enable us to do this, as we are still in our early stages. 
Thank you so much for your support as we make gradual changes along our sustainability journey <3