Made in Australia
We participate with our local industry by making every garment in Perth, Australia.
Orders online and in store are packaged in entirely compostable or recyclable materials.
Made to Order
Made to Order is a sustainable practice which enables us to use specialized materials and avoid overproduction.
Allow 1 - 3 weeks for your order to be cut, sewn, pressed and packaged for you at our Perth Workroom. If you are needing something sooner, we may be able to accomodate. Please get in touch.
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Deadstock fabric is also known as pre-consumer waste or post-industrial waste. It is the material left over from the production of collections by us or other brands.
We purchase small quantities of leftover fabric that we use to make new unique pieces. As the quantities are small, these pieces can usually only be offered in smaller batches.
During the cutting process, there is also some fabric that is cut away and discarded. Every few months we assess what is leftover from this process and see what we can produce with them. The practice of using deadstock prevents fabric from ending up in landfills.
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We use ZQ Certified Merino. Merino farmers live by the ZQ Certified Program and are routinely audited by a 3rd party to ensure high standards. Most of the worlds ZQ Merino comes from New Zealand, where Merino sheep thrive on pastures 'free range' in the mountainous conditions of South Island. Healthy sheep naturally produce the best quality fibre, the ZQ Program requires growers to look after animals with five basic freedoms
- Free from thirst
- Free to live naturally
- Free from discomfort
- Free from distress
- Free from disease
Hemp is a 'bast' fibre like its cousin, flax. It grows quickly and is resistant to insects. It requires little water to grow. Hemp has a deep root system, helping to reduce soil loss and erosion. For hemp production, herbicides aren't needed. It also reduces insects, so no pesticides are needed. Cotton uses around four times as much water as hemp processing. The fibre is naturally UV resistent and is known for its anti-bacterial and anti-mold qualities.
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The recycled fabric we use is upcycled, chemical-free, circular and entirely natural.
"Everything you make returns to Earth as either food or poison" Slow Factory Foundation
Recycling natural fabrics without chemicals begins with sorting post-industrial waste from local garment factories, grounding these scraps back into fiber, to then spin these once again into new yarns to weave and upcycle new fabrics that can eventually return to the earth.
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