Last night I had the privilege of watching a screening of River Blue at the London School of Economics. It's an affecting film that shows just how polluting the fashion industry can be. I hope that at Brothers We Stand we can play a part in bringing about a sustainable revolution in the industry. It's a revolution that must happen if humanity is to preserve one of the resources that is so foundational to our existence here on planet earth.
GiDelave™ technology "prints" colour pigment onto the cotton threads and is reported to use up to 95% less water than conventional dyeing. Is the future of dyeing printing?
Happy Christmas from all of us at Brothers We Stand! Thank you so much for your support over the last year and we look forward to continue taking the business forward with your support in 2018. Our vision is to create a transparent retailer making it easy and enjoyable to find ethically made clothing. Here's to 2018 and have a great holidays!
Orders placed between 23rd December and 2nd January will be fulfilled in the New Year when we return from our break.
"Ditch the Christmas jumper for something more subtle. We love this recycled sweatshirt from cult menswear brand Brothers We Stand. It's made from plastic bottles and recycled organic cotton - proof the label is standing up for the environment."
Thanks pebble magazine.
Almost sold out but last few available here.
We're excited to share that Jollie's organic socks are live on Brothers We Stand. For every pair of socks you buy Jollie's will donate a pair to a local homeless shelter.
Founder, Ed, started Jollie's after becoming increasingly uneasy about walking past people sleeping rough and not knowing what to do. After volunteering at a local Shelter and chatting to some of the visitors Ed identified a lack of fresh socks as a need he could help meet.
Fresh socks might not seem like a life-changer but for those walking the streets day and night foot health is essential. Unlike other items of clothing, socks are rarely donated to homeless shelters and fly out the minute they’re given.
Local Shelters responded immediately to the idea of receiving boxes of good quality socks and so Ed came up with the idea for a sock brand that gave away sustainable sock donations of each pair of socks sold.
Get your socks here!