'In order to keep the fashion industry alive in a sustainable way, we need to drive real change. By supporting and buying from sustainable brands, we are demanding as consumers...
We aspire to bring joy and the element of surprise to everyday dressing, celebrating freedom of expression.
Created in 2020 by Harriet Saywood-Bellisario, who graduated from the London College of Fashion before working at Paul Smith, Richard Nicoll and Label/Mix, our starting points each season are classics contemporised with unexpected details.
Each collection, we deliver beautiful edits of wardrobe essentials; for our first capsule, we’ve focused on shirting. Both modern and timeless, each piece is made to be worn and re-worn.
At the heart of our story is a desire to reconnect with the people and processes behind what we wear, and in doing so, press pause on throwaway fashion.
Our collections are small, built on quality pieces with longevity in mind. We take a responsible approach, working with sustainable fabrics when possible, and local makers where possible. The upshot? Uniquely designed, thoughtfully made pieces you’ll want in your life, always.
Awareness of the problems caused by climate change is growing. It can be overwhelming, but each of us can make a difference in our own way. Where to start? Well,...
Supima cotton is only cultivated and grown only in the US, by a small collective of 500 small family run farms, with 93% being local to the California state area. They use...