About Us & Our Fabrics
We are a small all-woman team working together to create beautiful underwear that is both a joy to wear & doesn't cost the earth. Each of us is paid the Brighton & Hove living wage, doing what we love.
We are passionate about sustainability and work solely with ecological & rescued fabrics, in small batches, to create our limited-edition collections.
We use certified OEKOTEX 100 Standard vegan laces and our wonderful European supplier is certified with OEKOTEX STeP (Sustainable Textile production) confirming sustainable processes for each production step and meeting the requirements of 6 modules: chemicals, environmental performance, environmental management, social responsibility, quality management and safety. They also use eco-friendly dyes and a special machine to dye the laces which means water consumption is up to 80% less compared to conventional ways.
GOTS organic jersey cotton
Our beautiful quality organic jersey cotton is sourced from a small family business in England who work with GOTS certified mills in India and Turkey.
Organic means that the cotton is grown without the use of harmful pesticides, using pheromone traps, crop rotation, hand picking of bugs and natural repellents.
This allows farmers to grow food and keep animals instead of being reliant on costly chemicals and fertilisers. They receive more for their crop and the input costs are lower and the fabrics will be pesticide free.
We use recycled cashmere to make our popular cashmere bralettes sets, headbands and wrist warmers. With around 700,000 tonnes of clothing and textiles discarded each year in the UK alone, it’s important to find ways to keep fashion and textiles in the loop and re-use existing materials wherever we can! We’re super excited to be able to transform deadstock fabrics into gorgeous new creations.
In the summer we run a limited-edition collection of quality linen pieces. We're proud to be working with a talented local Sussex dyer who creates the most gorgeous colourways!
We're committed to zero waste too - any smaller fabric scraps left over from production are saved and sold as craft kits. You can purchases these here.