What We Believe In

Low Ecological Footprint

 

In the process of sourcing our materials we look to the countries, indigenous people, and practices that serve our planet to be certain the handling of our chosen threads and skins come to you with a more conscious effort. With this as our standard, it is with a responsible heart, mind, and process that we are able to bring such materials from their countries and hands to your wearable world.

 

Step One: Locating conscious countries and cultures to gain access to materials that are as natural, chemical free and consciously sourced as possible.

Social Impact​

 

With a strong desire to give back to the planet, we support tradition and aid and in the building of growing communities, we have chosen to source our skins and furs directly from first nation peoples of all regions and manufacture our goods with a lesser footprint in Bali & North America.

Consciously Sourced Materials​

 

We seek out recycled furs and skins by the piece. If those types of resources are not available to us, we find sources wherein the entire animal is used by the culture and persons of whom raised the animals to feed their families or villages by using the meat for food and other parts for medicines & natural remedies such as their ancestors have practiced for centuries. This way of working within our land's resources and bringing it to current demand is the way we see it forward.

Removal of Chemicals​
 

Our basic T’s, tanks and other similar garments are 100% Organic and Tinsel cotton. We choose these 100% clean untreated fibers as they come direct from the source of our planet and in their most natural state providing the wearer a comfort, durability and substantial fit that only natural fibers can offer. While most other garments in the major industry of fashionably produced garments depend heavily on such blends, we pride ourselves on utilizing a more untouched fabrication versus fabrics that are usually combined with man-made fibers such as polyesters and other mixed un-natural threads. In this way we can assure our carbon footprint is lessened as we do not depend on a majority of man-made products but rather wish to bring you as consistent a product as possible, even our leathers are vegetable dyed.

 

Beware labels that source Bamboo, as the number of chemicals that these fibers must endure to make a textile is not sustainable practice by honest standards.