Sustainable Textiles

Made For The People & Our Planet

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Organic Cotton

 100% GMO-free certified organic cotton that is durable & smooth. All organic cotton is GOTS Certified

Recycled Plastic

  A sustainable solution to global problems by cleaning & shredding our waste to turn into fabric. 

Hemp 

 The strongest and most durable natural fibers that are also ecologically friendly. Provides warmth and softness that is breathable & biodegradable.

Recycling Bottles

Recycled Textiles

 Prevents unneeded waste by utilizing previously used garments or leftover textiles. 

Vegetable Dye

Created from natural herbs and plants obtained from different jungles which are then crushed, pulverized, and sieved to create the dye powder.

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Sustainable Accessories

​All jewelry is handcrafted locally in Wisconsin, USA using recycled metals. We are committed to our sustainable efforts throughout the entire cycle of creation, from using gemstones that are purchased from ethical suppliers to using environmentally friendly buffing compounds. In addition to this, we participate in a jewelry recycling program for scrap metal

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Ethical Standards

All our products are made here in the United States paying our employees a fair living wage with benefits. Throughout our entire supply chain we stand by fair-trade, fair conditions, & fair treatment to everyone, including support for family farms & localized manufacturing. On top of this, we provide an inclusive environment for minorities, women, & LGBTQ+. 

“Approximately 7,000 liters of water are needed to produce one pair of jeans (the amount of water one individual drinks in 5-6 years).” – Sustainable Fashion Matterz

Fashion Industry Impact

Consumption

Producing one pair of denim jeans uses over 1,000 gallons of water. Which amounts to over 450 billion gallons of water every year just to make the jeans sold here in the U.S.

Water

The world today is facing extreme freshwater scarcity - over a billion people don’t have access to safe water. The fashion industry is the second largest consumer and polluter of water.

Pollution

The World Bank estimates that almost 20% of global industrial water pollution comes from the treatment and dyeing of textiles. After the manufacturing process, the often-polluted water is then sent back to our rivers, lakes, and oceans.

Landfills

Americans throw away over 14 million tons of clothing items a year. Over 99% of those thrown away in the U.S. can be recycled or reused, but more than 85% end up in landfills. Even in a landfill, these materials don’t just go away—polyester requires more than 200 years to biodegrade while nylon takes 30 to 40 years.

Emissions

Product processes emit CO2 and other greenhouse gases which pollute our atmosphere and contribute to climate change. Nearly half of the ready to wear product Americans buy are manufactured  in China where the textile industry emits 3 billion tons of soot each year.