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Let's Talk Japanese Denim and Indigo Dye

Our Saywood denim is from the Okayama district in Japan, which is known as the ‘birthplace of Japanese denim’. This particular denim is produced in the city of Ibara, where a small craft enterprise produces this premium and highly esteemed denim. Through the use of ancestral handcraft work, highly skilled weavers create this denim.
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Saywood Social Club: Relax with a Cup of Yuyun Loose Leaf Tea

It can be a little hard to switch off sometimes... But it is so important to take time out. And a good cup of tea is the perfect way to relax. There is something about the process of making tea that puts you in the right mindset for relaxation; a build up to accepting rest.
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13 Tips to Care for your Clothes Sustainably

There are so many benefits to caring for our clothes well; the long life we can give our clothes, keeping them in good condition, being able to pass them on when that time eventually comes. And it can even save us money and help save energy and resources for the planet at the same time! This is caring for our clothes sustainably. The longer the life, keeping the circle going, this allows our clothes to participate in a more sustainable fashion lifecycle.
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Meet The Makers: Apparel Tasker

When I started out on the search for a London based manufacturer, with an ethical and sustainable commitment, and feasible for small production runs, I spotted an online article that peaked my interest. Living wages, environmental policies, zero waste…. This looked to be the one! I had found Apparel Tasker, and what I was reading aligned with the brand values I wanted for Saywood too.
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Meet the Makers: Sustainable Fabric Production at Riopele

Whilst being selective about our fabric choices at Saywood, the process of production is also really important to us, as the process has a huge impact on the sustainability of the product and consumption of resources. Our red check cotton cloth, used in our Jules shirt and Etta dress, was sourced from Riopele in Portugal, from deadstock. Riopele are a fabric mill improving on their production processes in a big way.
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