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We recognise that basic changes in our industry's attitude to sustainable materials will have a major long-term benefit to the planet. And we want to play our part.

This is why, in the last couple of years, our creative process has extended to include innovation and circularity that allows us to renew finite resources, divert waste from landfills and reduce the use of water and chemicals in the production of raw materials.

Our sustainably sourced collection is based on substituting conventional raw materials with more sustainable available alternatives, while designing clothes that are made to last.

From virgin polyester to Recycled Polyester

Shifting to recycled polyester helps us to reduce our dependence on non-renewable resources while utilising post-consumer waste that would have otherwise ended up in landfills.

From generic viscose to LENZING™ ECOVERO™

Derived from certified renewable wood sources using an eco-responsible production process by meeting high environmental standards, LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibres tailor to a sustainable lifestyle, contributing to a cleaner environment.

From conventional cotton to Better Cotton

Phase Eight is committed to sourcing a minimum of 80% of our cotton as Better Cotton by 2025.

We are proud members of the Better Cotton Initiative, committed to improving cotton farming practices globally.

The Better Cotton Initiative connects people and organisations across the cotton sector, from field to store, to promote measurable and continuing improvements for the environment, farming communities and the economies of cotton-producing areas.

The Better Cotton Initiative trains farmers to use water efficiently, care for soil health and natural habitats, reduce use of the most harmful chemicals and respect workers’ rights and wellbeing. Sourced via a system of mass-balance, Better Cotton is tracked by volumes through the supply chain.

Phase Eight is committed to sourcing a minimum of 80% of our cotton as Better Cotton by 2025.

While Better Cotton is not physically traceable to end products, BCI Farmers benefit from
the demand for Better Cotton in equivalent volumes to those we source.

VISIT BETTERCOTTON FOR DETAILS See bettercotton.org/mass-balance for details.

Using Recycled Cotton

Designed with circularity in mind, we are introducing recycled cotton into our collection.

Working closely with our supply chain partners we have crafted jeans using cotton collected from factory offcuts of our previous pieces. This process regenerates waste that would have otherwise ended up in landfills and turns it into new fabric.

The fabric offcuts are mechanically recycled, broken down into fibres and mixed with a small amount of virgin fibre which add to its longevity by increasing strengthen and quality. As the fabric offcuts have already been dyed, this process utilises water-saving washing and dyeing techniques that, combined with offsetting new raw materials, contribute to its low environmental impact.

We have also begun to use removable shank buttons with the aim of having a circular garment that can be easily broken down to be recycled again in the near future.

The fabric offcuts are mechanically recycled, broken down into fibres and mixed with a small amount of virgin fibre which add to its longevity by increasing strengthen and quality. As the fabric offcuts have already been dyed, this process utilises water-saving washing and dyeing techniques that, combined with offsetting new raw materials, contribute to its low environmental impact.

We have also begun to use removable shank buttons with the aim of having a circular garment that can be easily broken down to be recycled again in the near future.

Using reclaimed Feather and Down

Reclaimed from products at the end of their lifecycle, we are utilising reclaimed feather and down in our coats while retaining a warm, soft and supple feel. Our reclaimed feather and down are certified to third-party independent standards, verifying the source.

Continuing to Use Linen

Produced by using flax fibres, Linen has strong sustainability credentials because inputs like pesticides and water are not required in its production. It’s a low maintenance, rotative and renewable crop which grows quickly and is harvested approximately 100 days after planting, making it a natural fibre with low environmental impact.

Sustainable Spotlight

Take a closer look at our Jessica Shacket, one of our most sustainable styles yet.

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