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Microplastics in the Human Body: Are They a Threat to Our Health?
Prof. Vethaak confirms microplastic pollution everywhere in the world is a proven reality: All our spaces at home are contaminated with microplastics to some degree, mainly because they are found in dust.Read
Polyester: From Petroleum to Microplastics
Only when we understand how plastic is made, and how the use of synthetic clothing contaminates our blood with plastic particles, we will be able to make a change.Read
What Are Microplastics and How Do They Affect Us?
Microplastics have drawn media attention recently, given their large presence in the oceans. But what are they and how do they affect us?Read
What Is Circular Fashion?
In the world of cheap fast fashion, both brands and customers need to follow the circular model in order to prevent environmental pollution and resource depletion.Read
Our Carbon Footprint & Water Usage
Although we are not able to give you exact numbers, we can assure you that our carbon footprint is much lower than regular fashion brand's emissions.
What produces carbon emissions in our supply chain:
- Fiber Production
Peruvian Organic Pima Cotton production and processing is what contributes the most to our footprint.
Organic cotton produces 46% less CO2e than conventional cotton (Life Cycle Assessment), and according to the WWF, it takes 2,700 litres of water to produce the cotton needed for just one t-shirt, whereas organic cotton only uses 243 litres.
- Textile Making
Garment production in our Peruvian production studio requires electricity for the machines and light, and small amounts of water for textile dyes, finishing, and washing.
- Brand Management
We do not own any offices or other facilities, except for our production studio. All of our Marketing team and Management work 100% from home.