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Linen

Made from the flax plant, it’s one of the strongest fibres known to man – and the oldest. Making linen yarn requires few pesticides, and reduces CO2 emissions by 30% and water use by 90% versus conventional cotton. It has a fresh, crisp and richly-textured feel.

PETA

We're very proud to announce that almost all of our Pure Goods are officially PETA approved! PETA provides companies and consumers with a list to identify and avoid animal ingredients in textiles, shoes and accessories. To ensure our suppliers are compliant with the PETA certificate, we provide all our suppliers with our own questionnaire which they have to check and sign to confirm that they do not use animal contents in the garments with the PETA approved trademark.

Post-Consumer Recycled Denim

PCRD stands for Post-Consumer Recycled Denim, which means that the fibre being used for new denim, has already had a full life. It has been produced, worn and discarded. After cutting off the top of the jeans, the remains are shredded and then blended into new yarns. The top with the waistband is cut off as it contains a lot of metal parts, that can disrupt the shredder. Using the post-consumer clothing wastestream has several benefits. Fewer clothes will end up in landfill and fewer chemicals and water are needed for cotton production and fabric dyeing.

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