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Ethical Sourcing

British factory owner pattern cutting
British seamstress sewing on a Kingdom of Origin label
British Knitted Fabrics at Discover Knitting in Leicestershire Warehouse

By supporting local artisans and ethical factories, we aim to improve the local economy and do our bit in helping to revive British manufacturing.

Provenance is becoming increasingly important to our customers, they want to know now, more than ever, where their clothes come from and who has made them. We can offer the reassurance that our garments were all made in the UK by a great factory who not only take a real pride in the clothes they make, but really respect their workers and pay them well.

By supporting local artisans and ethical factories, we aim to improve the local economy and do our bit in helping to revive British manufacturing. All with the added benefit of being able to keep a close eye on the production of each piece created.

Also, by sourcing our soft and luxurious fabrics locally where possible, and by making all of our garments, labels and packaging in Great Britain, our carbon footprint is minimised.

Our creations are focused on timeless key pieces. With essential basics at the core, our collections are simple, casual, wearable and desirable. By not following trends, and ensuring the best possible quality,  our garments can be worn season after season, year after year.

Photography by Peach and Jo

Ethical Sourcing

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