The fashion industry is currently responsible for 10% (or 1,715 million tonnes) of annual global carbon emissions. The Global Fashion Agenda forecasts these emissions will increase by 50% by 2030...Read more
Large amounts of non-renewable resources are extracted to produce clothes that are worn a handful of times before being discarded. The average number of times a garment is worn before...Read more
More than ever, our clothes are made of plastic. 60% of clothes produced worldwide are made from non-renewable fossil fuels. Synthetic materials like polyester, nylon and acrylic, require a massive...Read more
Today we are producing and consuming fashion products at a rate that far exceeds the regenerative capacities of our planet. In a system of finite resources, it is fundamental to...Read more
Our sheep stations.
We carefully choose all of our New Zealand sheep stations their animal welfare and biodiversity values, and for the quality of the wool their sheep produce. Each farm is independently audited by...Read more
Why we include a sheep?
Because it all begins with a sheep. Let’s face it. It’s all got a bit out of hand. We’ve lost touch. With where things come from. With the journey things have...Read more