A wardrobe made for working from at home, cycling to the office, a dash to the shops or daily exercise.
Our garments are made with sustainability in mind and have been ethically produced in Melbourne - see our sustainability key for more info
Deadstock fabric This garment uses fabric that is predominantly sourced as deadstock, meaning this fabric is from end-of-line, mill overruns, cancelled orders or designer excess. These fabrics are typically deemed a waste product in the fashion industry and would usually end up as landfill. We try to use natural fibers whenever possible.
Circular fashion model We have partnerships with manrags in two exciting ways. + Waste generated while manufacturing these garments have been sent to manrags to be into socks. + You can also return unwanted or damaged clothing directly to Mangrags for a credit to spend in their online store
Garments featuring this logo are made using Zero Waste pattern making practises and refers to items of clothing that generate little or no textile waste during the garment production. Pre-consumer zero-waste fashion eliminates waste during manufacture.
During the design process repair, alteration and/or modifications are considered. + Garments can be sent back to us for repairs + Or alterations can be made to meet the changing needs of wearers over time. + Modifications, patterns are available to purchase so that fabric and design changes can be made to suit the individual - workshops on how to make or change a pattern are available through Threadden This approach considers that a garment may have several owners over its lifetime.