We are committed to changing the way clothes are made, from farm to factory. This starts with the materials we choose, from the soil the cotton is grown in to the processes of washing the garments, we adhere to certifications such as GOTS to protect the farmers, their environment and their communities. Our collections bring a sense of luxury to sustainable fashion through the innovation of new fabrics such as; organic cotton brushed velvet, TENCEL™Lyocell silky party wear and structured organic cotton denim.

Fairtrade Certified Cotton and Organic Cotton

Fairtrade International (FLO) is a non-profit organisation focusing on the empowerment of producers and workers in developing countries through trade. FLO certified cotton guarantees that the farmer is paid a fair trade minimum price for their cotton. In addition, the farmer receives a premium, which they can then use to fund community development projects.

Although FLO certification is for the cotton itself, goods made with the cotton have to be certified throughout the supply chain, and must adhere to strict social and environmental standards.

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Organic cotton products are produced without harmful synthetic chemicals or additives and are grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment.

Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilisers, and build biologically diverse agriculture.

Third-party certification organisations such as GOTS, verify that organic producers use only approved methods and materials throughout production.

In addition, federal regulations prohibit the use of genetically engineered seed for organic farming.

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TENCEL™ Lyocell is a cellulose fibre derived from wood pulp in a unique system that recycles almost 100% of solvent in the closed loop process. The fabric is also biodegradable. TENCEL™ has a soft, smooth finish, drapes well and absorbs moisture.
TENCEL™ is produced by the Lenzing Group which is an environmentally responsible company. Their policies for the TENCEL™ production includes:

Striving to source wood and pulp exclusively from non-controversial sources, preferring suppliers participating in credible forest certification programs.

Regular risk-assessments, audits and on-site visits as well as independent third-party certification of the sustainable forest management programs help to ensure the policy compliance.

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It took us a long time and a lot of research but we are proud to be working with SARP JEANS on a environmentally friendly, Fair Trade denim collection, that considers both people and the planet. The collection uses 87.2% less water than in conventional denim production.

People Tree has teamed up with Sarp Jeans, who have transformed their laundry and finishing processes by collaborating with Jeanologia in order to reduce water and energy consumption, and to eliminate damaging emissions and waste, guaranteeing ZERO contamination. SARP producers have been audited by FWF (Fair Wear Foundation). Employees are trained about the environment, and efforts are made to protect both water and energy. In addition to this, they run a tree planting project in the arid regions of Turkey, and so far have planted 1000 trees.

Employees are trained about the environment, and efforts are made to protect both water and energy. In addition to this, they run a tree planting project in the arid regions of Turkey, and so far have planted 1000 trees.

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We are part of a UK-wide celebration of Europe's most sustainable and innovative fabric: linen. Linen is made from the fibre of the eco-friendly flax plant which only needs rainwater to grow = zero irrigation and chemical intervention.

Flax has a naturally positive effect on soil and improves the quality of the next crop by 20 to 30%

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Wool is a natural material that has been used for thousands of years. It provides warmth, breathability and all-weather protection. Wool is beautiful and durable.

Unlike synthetic materials that are extremely slow to degrade, wool is a natural material that will biodegrade when disposed of.

Wool is a sustainable, renewable resource. Every year new wool grows on a sheep’s back and can be removed without any harm to the animal.

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