"We are so grateful to be in partnership with these amazing brands. Each brand has been extensively researched and carefully selected to bring you the most elegant pieces of sustainable and responsible fashion." - Sheena Neil
Jaase is an Australian based label and all their designs are made in Australia. Milling their own high-quality rayon fabrics and using toxin-free dyes means their garments are safer and cleaner for our marine life and oceans. Owning the factory in China has given the owners of Jaase the freedom to provide better working conditions for their staff. They have a kitchen with two full-time chefs to prepare healthy meals daily and they pay 20% higher than the average wage in China. They also have plans to install solar power in their factory to become more sustainable.
TAMGA Designs was created in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Since 2014 Yana and Eric have created vibrant and premium quality clothing from the world’s best sustainable materials, with dignified conditions for every worker throughout the process. Using forest fibres that are FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified they ensure that they are doing all they can to protect the endangered forests of Europe and Asia. TAMGA’s signature hand-drawn prints tap into the vibrancy and expression of a colourful life.
La Luna Rose
All pieces from La Luna Rose are made from 99% recycled silver & ethically sourced materials. Instead of going to landfill, this precious metal is extracted from items such as electrical scrap & ex-jewellery. At the end of a season, any leftover stock is simply melted down and reincarnated to the new season creating a fully closed loop. They are a member of 1% for The Planet, pledging to donate 1% of their annual sales to charities - Byebye Plastic in Bali and Sustainable Coastlines in New Zealand.
An Australian brand created from the love of yoga, the beach, colour, and travel. They’re a brand that contributes to environmental sustainability and brings awareness to the dangers that plastic can make to the environment. $2.00 from every yoga mat sold is donated to the Clean Coast Collective, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to creating a consumer movement stopping the flow of plastics into our oceans. Yogi.Peace.Club. works with ethically compliant manufacturing companies.