WHO MADE YOUR CLOTHES
From start to finish all the love of what we do begins and ends right here in Byron Bay. We have a gorgeous studio with industrial machinery, and large cutting tables. We quality check in house, and watch everything come to light.
All our offcuts are up-cycled to be used for our brand tags, and tote bags. Our Logo embroidery is done locally through Lismore Embroidery.
All our offcuts are up-cycled to be used for our brand tags, and tote bags. Our Logo embroidery is done locally through Lismore Embroidery
All our fabrics are 100% Ethically Manufactured.
Linen is a plant-based fabric made from flax which can be grown on rough terrain that’s unsuitable for food production. It can be cultivated and processed without chemicals, though this is more commonly found in Europe and less so in China.
Not only is ramie a natural fiber, it is also similar to other bast fibers like hemp and nettles in that it needs minimal amounts of water and no pesticides or herbicides to thrive, also providing nutrition for the land it is grown on through it’s biomass. The stems of ramie plants can reach 8 feet in height and can be harvested up to 6 times a year. Following harvest, the stalks are peeled to extract the fiber by scraping off the bark from the fiber layers and hanging them to dry. After this, the fibers are split into thin threads and hung to dry again before the spinning process.