Our Organic Cotton is lovingly made in a small family owned Certified Mill in Kerala, India. The weaving and printing are all down by hand on power looms and handlooms. They are made in small batches and the yarns are made by hand, all dyes used have passed Oeko-Tex standards. We also buy our Jersey Knits from them, which are manufactured in India and across Turkey. 

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Made from 100% recycled materials, including Plastic Bottles and pre-consumer waste. Repreve helps to offset the use of petroleum, emitting fewer greenhouse gasses and conserving water and energy in the process. The bottles are sourced across the globe in partnership with communities and material recovery facilities, they are also certified and traceable. 

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Made using fabric with a 100% Viscose fiber content. Viscose is a type of rayon fiber that is made from natural sources such as wood and agricultural products that are regenerated as cellulose fiber. 

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We’re thrilled to have partnered with Rare Disorders New Zealand and will be donating $5 per garment sold on our online store to help them raise funds for their ongoing work.

People are a big part of why we can do what we do and we’re so thankful to everyone involved in Havilah and care about their health and welfare which is why we believe in fair pay, workers rights and safe working conditions for all. 

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As a small business we are constantly working on ways to keep our carbon footprint as small as possible and are working on calculating our emissions and  Offsetting them.We also plant one tree per every purchase on our site and are grateful to be doing so through One Tree Planted. We’re actively working on the UN Sustainable Development Goal 12 - Responsible Consumption & Production.

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As we love our made to order service as it's customary and lovely getting to know our clients and making sure that the garments can be altered to your needs. We try and limit the amount of garments put into production to reduce waste and unnecessary fabric usage, when we do put garments into production we have them made into limited runs of 10.

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