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Our supply chain transparency offers you an insight into where, why and how we work and with whom.

Transparency offers our loyal customers better choices, enabling positive impact through purchasing decisions.

Driven by our unstoppable spirit, we are continually striving for excellence and improvement in our collections in response to customer feedback, celebrating the feminine silhouette in a realistic size range of 6 – 18.

We want our customers to feel proud wearing our collections, knowing the supply chain from field to finished product is made with respect to the planet and its people and agriculture.

We’re committed to removing virgin or new fabric production wherever possible in our fashion collections, sourcing from a closed loop system or Dead stock option.

The partnership forged with our fashion fabric supplier offers us premium fabrics from prestige brands from Europe, Japan and the UK. In the past, these fabrics were bound for landfill or were burned due to elite branding standards. With a renewed light shone on this practice, positive steps in circularity have been achieved.

Our activewear and yoga fabrications are knitted in Melbourne in either our bespoke blend of GOTS certified organic cotton or Good Earth Cotton. We also work with Bamboo or Lyocel in our injection collections.

These fabrications are not made from petrochemicals, we figure wearing polyester or plastic is actually pretty grose. Polyester is plastic, plastic is petrol, petrol is oil. Let’s leave the oil in the ground…

We all know now that the textile industry is the world’s second biggest polluter to our planet, second only to the oil industry. This is largely due to the lack of proper governance over farming practices, fabric treatments, and the reliance on petrochemicals to provide cheap, fast fabrics to the market.

With overconsumption out of control, over the last 6 years, globally, we have consumed the same as we did in the entire 20th century, most of it ending up in landfill, or on landfill…Pretty sobering. This discarded clothing is largely Fast Fashion.

A driving factor in our production and pre production focuses on ensuring our garments will stand the test of time, when they do eventually shuffle of this mortal coil, they will not be a hindrance for the earth to process, due to their natural origin.

The vast majority of the world’s apparel is produced in factories in under developed countries where conditions are often unsafe, unmonitored and unfair. Employees in these environments work staggering hours to impossible deadlines, often enduring sexual or physical harassment. Forced overtime is common place, as is bonded labour and child labour.

Fast Fashion and bulk purchased clothing cannot be produced ethically as it relies on enormous volume outputs within such short lead times.

Supply is always driven by consumer demand, so we have the power to change this as consumers, and for us, as makers.