Waste Not

From prioritizing biodegradable and regenerative fibers, to sourcing recycled materials made from the world’s trash, and even reimagining our own deadstock fabric as new products, we think about waste (or lack thereof) from the start of every product.


The material reduces waste in some way – such as minimizing excess material, conservation of natural resources, use (or lack thereof) of toxins, and sustainable production.


The material avoids waste by repurposing forgotten or overlooked materials that would otherwise be considered waste. It could also be an endlessly reusable material that avoids single-use waste.


The material supports the circular or second-life textile market by recycling waste into new fabric. The material may also be recyclable, allowing it to remain in the circular economy.

Back To Basics

When thinking about minimizing our impact through materials, we keep it pretty simple: the materials we use either reduce environmental harm, reuse forgotten fibers, or recycle existing waste that’s headed for landfill.

These are the backbone of our products.

Low Waste Materials