Every minute, one truckload of plastic ends up in our oceans.

Now containing over 5 trillion pieces of plastic litter, by 2050 there may be more plastic in our oceans than fish.

Plastic does not biodegrade like natural materials. Instead it breaks down into even smaller pieces that animals then mistake for food. If our sea life is consuming it, then we are too. It's a dire situation, but it’s not too late to turn it around.

Whilst recycling is the first step in breaking this cycle, we need to rethink and reinvent to eventually eliminate plastic. It's time to shift our attitudes, our perspectives and our habits.

We must find ways to align our human economic system with nature’s ecosystem. And we need to do this collectively. Together.

As expressed in our sustainability statement, we have begun the process of replacing all of our fabrics with a 100% recycled material derived from used plastic bottles. Recently introduced, this lining is already found in a few bespoke lines, with more styles to be added throughout 2022.



Plastic bottles (PET) that would usually take
over 1000 years to biodegrade are diverted from
both landfills and our oceans.


Bottles are ground into chips, melted and spun into a strong
polyester fibre, then woven into durable fabric.


Infinitely recyclable, this fabric is then used to create the durable and water resistant lining found across our ranges.


Our goal is that 95% of all of our products make use of fully recycled fabric material by the end of 2022.

To date we have diverted over 400 000 plastic bottles from both landfill and oceans.

Read more about our sustainable processes (click here for more info