To us, sustainability means doing our due diligence to only use ethical and eco-friendly fabrics,
manufacturers, and packaging, and to operate in a way that generates the least amount of
waste. We exist to create garments that do as little damage as possible to the environment, and
in many cases, try to undo some of the harm already done by using recycled materials.
We try. Thus far, we have managed to only use fabrics that are made under strict and
transparent labor standards. And our garments are 100% virgin animal-product free. The only
animal products we use are ones that have been recycled, such as recycled wool.. But we are
always looking to do better. If you have any suggestions, we would love to hear from you at
firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more, please visit our Sustainability section.
Hypoallergenic fabrics only remain hypoallergenic if they are cleaned properly and
regularly. Please follow the care instructions on the garment label to ensure a long life for your
garment. Dry cleaning should be done as a last resort, as it uses chemicals that are harmful to
the body and environment. When possible, seek green dry cleaners that do not use
perchloroethylene. To learn more, visit our Hypoallergenic section.
Please contact us at email@example.com