We source directly to the seed and trace all of our fabrics from the farm to our factory. We only use 100% GMO-free, Pesticide & Herbicide-free, Recycled, & Fair-traded Ingredients. From seed to skin we are committed to developing awareness of all lifecycle stages of our fabrics and garments, starting with the harvest cycle that our fabrics derive form all the way through to the California based, home-sewn production of our finished garments and distribution to our customers.
Why Organic Clothing?
We are redefining transparency and human responsibility by supporting family farms, localized manufacturing, living wages, and Monsanto-free, post-consumer ingredients. Our operation empowers human beings through fair-trade, fair conditions, and fair treatment across our entire supply chain, and by providing full traceability to our customers. We operate our own California based factory to ensure we are able to follow through with our claims. We are the future of our industry and we are here now to create a demand for our values and would rather go out of business than compromise
Liberated from the toxic chemicals used in traditional cotton production, our 100% GMO certified organic cotton stands out amongst our peers. Our cotton and cotton blends are durable, smooth and have a sensuous finish that feels delightful against your skin.
Eucalyptus is a fast-growing tree with the potential to be an ethical and Eco-friendly material for the fashion industry. Eucalyptus as a material is known as Tencel Lyocell. It is made from the pulp of eucalyptus trees. The eucalyptus goes through a similar process as other semi-synthetic natural fibers, but the Lyocell process used to make eucalyptus is more benign and Eco-friendly.
Plastic waste can be collected which then gets cleaned and shredded, turned into thread, and woven into fabric for use in sports apparel, boots and shoes, messenger bags and totes, and other goods. Recycling plastic for fabric usage is a sustainable solution to global problems.
Hemp is naturally one of the most ecologically friendly fabrics and also the oldest. Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable natural textile fibers. Not only is it strong, but it also holds its shape having one of the lowest percent elongation of any natural fiber. As a fabric, hemp provides all the warmth and softness of other natural textiles but with a superior durability seldom found in other materials. Natural organic hemp fiber ‘breathes’ and is biodegradable.
Cotton recycling prevents unneeded wastage and can be a more sustainable alternative to disposal. Recycled Cotton may come from older, previously used garments or by textile leftovers which are then spun into new yarns and fabrics.
Starting with natural herbs and plants in their raw form, such as roots, leaves, stems, flowers obtained from different jungles, the raw materials are cleaned of unwanted particles by hand, then crushed into smaller pieces which are ground in pulverizers and sieved through very fine mesh sieves to create the dye powder. Natural fabrics such as organic cottons and silks, natural wools and linens take vegetable dyes best.