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A CONSCIOUS COMMITMENT

With incremental changes for right now, and larger goals for the future, our sustainability efforts are always growing. We recognise we have a responsibility towards our planet, and the people involved in making our clothes, so we’ve developed a new uniform using recycled yarns, responsible wools, vegetable-tanned leathers and innovative water saving techniques.

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With incremental changes for right now, and larger goals for the future, our sustainability efforts are always growing. We recognise we have a responsibility towards our planet, and the people involved in making our clothes, so we've developed a new uniform using recycled yarns, responsible wools, vegetable-tanned leathers and innovative water saving techniques.

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" At AllSaints we see it as our responsibility to not only help our customers look good, but also feel good, in the knowledge that we have carefully considered the materials used as well as the processes involved in creating our collections for them. Understanding what something will be made of and how it will be made are prerequisites for us before any design goes into production. " Peter Wood, CEO

Partnerships

Better Cotton Initiative

We’ve partnered with the BCI and are committed to improving cotton farming practices globally, with respect for workers’ rights and wellbeing. Look out for the logo across our cotton products.


Leather Working Group

We are now a member of the LWG, an international organisation working to promote environmental best practice within the leather manufacturing industry, and are committed to supporting responsible leather manufacturing across the globe.


Responsible Wool Standard

We are working with the RWS to ensure more of the wool we use comes from certified farms and farmers, for a sustainably-sourced choice of knitwear all year round.


For Now

Reduced Water Consumption

Much of our collection is produced in factories using innovative water saving techniques. Where specialist machinery and techniques can use up to 89% less water than traditional methods.


Vegetable Tanned Leather

For some of our jackets, the leather-making process is carried out using vegetable tanning. Dyes are made from natural compounds such as nuts, fruits, tree bark, and leaves.


Chrome-Free Tanning

Found across many of our leather products. Chrome-free tanning is done without using Chromium III, meaning the leather has better biodegradable properties.


Recycled Polyester

Many of our dresses are made from Polysheer, a fabric developed by recycling leftover plastic bottles.


Plant-Based Shirts

Derived from certified renewable wood sources and using an eco-responsible production process, our Ecovero™ fibers are produced with lower emissions and promote supply chain transparency.


Natural Indigo Dye

Organic natural indigo dye is extracted from the leaves of the Indigofera tinctoria plant. The process of extracting this, and dying the fabric, uses much less water than standard dyes, as well as considerably reducing the use of synthetic chemicals.


Plant-Based Dyes

Organic natural dyes use agricultural waste or non-edible natural compounds like leaves and nut shells. This process uses much less water and synthetic chemicals than regular dyes and supports the local economy in harvesting these materials.


For The Future