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Our Story

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We make clothes that celebrate the good - our earth, our makers, our friends, ourselves.

Each series is a carefully considered range of small run garments, released only a few times a year. Within each series, selected garments are customisable, with variations on the fit and function to work for you.

We're a small brand on a journey. Our goal is to do better everyday but we're not perfect. The community we're building is made up of people who will call us out when we lose focus, and encourage us when we make great choices.

Join us as we sacrifice the easy route and make clothes mother earth would be proud of.


Our MakersĀ -

We are a small team of makers.

Jess gets her hands on some of the beauties when time allows. Putting time into making the final product is an important part for Jess. Not losing focus of the whole process and being a part of someones forever piece is always rewarding.

Renee, our absolute wizard around here. Renee lives just down the road from Jess and is able to turn anything around we throw her way. Jess probably pops into Renee's more times a week than she should but for good reason. Always full of life and able to keep the energy going through the busy times has been vital in getting it all wrapped up. Renee also works with Nancy to get a lot of it done. Again, living just down the road.

And Lesley and her small team of 3 in Christchurch have come on board to do a few of Series One. Lesley loves golf and has been in this industry for manyĀ years.

Keep an eye on your swing tag and check out who within in Christchurch made your garment.

Our Earth FriendsĀ -

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Every garment in Series OneĀ is made up of natural fibres.

Without using any synthetic fibresĀ means all of the off cuts and waste can be composted.
Any bigger off cuts are being put aside for future projects (keep your eyes peeled)
Helping us compost the fabric back into the earth are our favourite friends, WORMS. These little wonders consume food, paper, fabric and garden waste and excrete highly nutrient dense vermicast.
Once the fabric has been broken down with everything else we can then use the compost to grow beautiful things.
We believe this bets sending waste to landfill, and gives back something good to mother earth.

Let's see what we can tackle in Series Two. And take you along on the ride as we test our limits and endless opportunities.

Ā For now, let's look at the beginnings of something special....

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