Introducing: The Zero Waste Coat, made from 30kg of our offcuts and roll-ends and overdyed with natural dyes like kashish, indigo, and common madder. Its process that gives thought to the environment, dyer, and wearer. From dyeing, weaving, to stitching, there are 26 people involved in the making of these coats. Every finished coat represents a twofold revival: of fabric that would otherwise have been sent to the landfill, and of a dying craft tradition.
Every piece is handmade and handwoven, as such no two coats are the same and stripe placement may vary. As this coat is dyed with natural dyes, colour and weaving variations may occur, as it is a part of its charm.
Available in limited quantities.
Read more about the design process on our journal here.
The Zero Waste Coat is a jacket made for the in-between: for weather that’s one foot out of summer and one foot into autumn, and journeys spent on overnight trains. Detailed with wide set sleeves and a cocoon silhouette, it makes for the perfect layering essential. Plus it has pockets, of course.
100% medium weight cotton. As this coat is dyed with natural dyes, colour and weaving variations may occur, as it is a part of its charm.
For best results, dry clean only. Most professional dry cleaners use chemicals that are bad for the environment (and you!). We recommend opting for green dry cleaners instead. Otherwise, you can also handwash cold.