Ursula Corduroy Dress in Black
Gigi top in Plum
Sarah Roll Neck Jumper in Dark grey melange
Aleta Dress in Navy
Hayden Jacket in Dark grey melange
Hesper Stripe Skirt in Black
Gabrielle Jersey Skirt in Dark grey melange
James Check Shirt in Navy check
Enzo Stripe Jumper in Grey multi
Cole Corduroy Shirt in Black
Pineapple Tee in Navy
Jack Stripe Sweatshirt in Navy
Katy Dress in Blue Multi
Frances Printed Trousers in Coral
Stripe Heart Tee in Coral
They live and work in communities without most essentials of modern life – including electricity. They buy very few consumer goods, eat locally produced food and use hand production methods to earn their living. What's more, many are directly threatened by the environmental impact of our lifestyles and buying habits in the West - the pollution from goods manufactured for us and global warming arising from power we consume. Environmental justice, this is not.
The rest of our environmental policy is pretty straightforward. We promote natural and organic cotton farming. And we avoid using damaging chemicals in production (where possible, we use recycled and biodegradable substances instead). Also, we try to recycle everything we can, and always aim to protect water supplies and forests in the environments we work in.
Basically, if there's a green way to do something, that's the way we try to do it.