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February 6, 2018

3 Ways we’re saving water

In light of the current water crisis affecting Cape Town, and our commitment to running a responsible business, we’re doing all we can to reduce our water consumption until such time as the situation is under control. Here’s how:

– We’ve suspended all fabric dying until further notice.

– But, because we have such an excellent relationship with our dye house and want to support them through these difficult times, we’re still using them to pre-shrink our material, which they are doing with recycled water.

– With our recently launched summer collection, we’re only using fabrics that have been treated and dyed prior to purchase and don’t need any further treatment in water.

As a result of these changes, once the current stock available is sold out, we will not re replacing certain colours for the foreseeable future. The following garments have been affected:

Noa Shirt | Once current stock has sold out, will no longer available in green.

(Still available in black, milk white and stone.)

 

Day Dress | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in green.

(Still available in milk white and black.)

 

Maxi Wrap | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in green.

(Still available in black.)

 

Petal Top | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in peach and maize.

(Still available in navy.)

 

Summer Shift | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in green.

(Still available in milk white and black.)

 

Jumpsuit | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in green and navy.

(Still available in black and milk white.)

 

Juniper Dress | Once current stock has sold out, no longer available in green and maize.

(Still available in black, rose pink and milk white.)

 

We hope that our dams will fill and we will be able to resume developing the beautiful colours that we all love so much.