Natalie and Kim, the Ellis sisters who run the Eco and ethical brand The Joinery have been receiving praise this week at Cape Towns Fashion week.
Ethical consciousness is at the heart of everything The Joinery does.
They believe in being kind to the planet, transparent about their products and fair to their producers and suppliers.
The Joinery is a sustainable, ethical, fashion and lifestyle brand, striving for a high-end design aesthetic with an African conscience.
Their clothing, accessories and bespoke products are produced by sewing cooperatives, and artisans based in and around the townships of Cape Town. They strive to use organic, certified cotton, Tencel, Linen and Hemp fabrics where possible, and fibres that are grown without the use of toxic pesticides and synthetic fertilisers.
They work with suppliers that share the commitment to the environment by supporting practices that reduce their carbon footprint, opting for carbon-neutral or carbon-negative materials wherever possible. They are proudly conceptualising bespoke responsible fabrics made form 100% recycled plastic bottles. Saving plastic from landfill allows us to create beautiful, upcycled products and apparel.
We love the from landfill to Laptop Bag here at Positive TV.
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