The Newest Eco-undies on the Block
Let’s face it: nothing gets nearer to you than your everyday underwear, so it’s important to choose carefully when it comes to what you’re wearing up close and personal. With that advice in mind, take a peek at this handy round-up from Issue 37 of the newest sustainable smalls to fill your drawers…
BIMBY AND ROY
Designed in Melbourne by two sisters and sewn at a solar-powered facility in Fiji (where the sisters grew up), these pretty patterned pieces (above) can also double as swimwear.
Offering minimal separates designed and made in Melbourne, Ken uses super-soft, ethically sourced Lenzing Modal derived from sustainable beechwood pulp.
Witnessing the environmental impact of fashion firsthand inspired Allie Cameron to found Hara – a slick range produced ethically, using bamboo and natural dyes.
Le Buns’ high-quality range of simple, chic pieces uses fair trade organic cotton, with a wide array of timeless silhouettes in black or ivory to suit every body and style.
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Made in Melbourne by a small team of women, this socially responsible, GOTS-Certified Organic cotton range is based on six tried-and-tested, staple ‘forever’ styles built to last.
Using natural fibres such as Certified Organic or recycled cotton and Lenzing Modal, this modern, versatile European range of undies (above) is hand-made ethically in Portugal.
Sewn in New Zealand by women from a refugee background, Nisa uses soft, GOTS-Certified Organic cotton and locally woven elastic to create simple, wearable pieces.
Fair trade, Certified Organic cotton is mindfully hand-dyed using medicinal plants according to Ayurvedic wisdom for this cute range of chemical-free intimates.
Cheerful undies that’ve always got you covered, this range features perky patterns, uses Certified Organic, Fairtrade cotton and is printed and sewn in New Zealand.