Our Sustainable Philosophy

By definition sustainability refers to the ability to maintain something at a certain level for an extended period of time. We must explore solutions for food security, climate change, social and economic problems that provide long term solutions rather than stop-gap measures.

SDG12 - Production & Consumption

Production and consumption … the balancing act between feeding the global population and preserving the planet in a sustainable way has never been more blurred. The balancing act demands innovation and commitment to ecosystem restoration. That’s where we can play a part, re-imagining the growing of our agricultural resources, managing waste and stopping biodiversity loss.

SDG13 - Climate Change

Climate change has affected every country on every continent. It is disrupting national economies and affecting lives. Weather patterns are changing, sea levels are rising , and weather events are becoming extreme. The fashion sector is a significant contributor to these issues and we are looking for innovative solutions that will deliver long term, sustainable benefits for our customers and the planet.

Our goal has been to embed sustainability in our business by establishing a systematic framework that ties together and links every life cycle component.

Environmental, Economic and Social Values

Our bags are designed for the next generation using alternative materials to leather & PU in order to reduce the environmental impact of Global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions to move to Net Zero by 2050. Responsibly sourced and produced to offset our carbon footprint.

You are welcome to join us on our decarbonization journey!

Our Commitment
Towards Net Zero Emissions

Our founder, Jennifer Gardner has completed the Cambridge University course Business and Climate Change: Towards Net Zero Emissions with high pass. In the same year, Jennifer was invited and has signed a Letter of Appointment as an Assessor to work for University of Cambridge on the same course.