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After a decade working in the fashion and social innovation industries, Antonia and Aroa, co-founders of Trace Collective quit their jobs and got on with developing a new model for the fashion industry, one that would pioneer how we interact with purchases in the future, in any industry.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Trace Collective uses fashion as a tool for environmental regeneration. The brand produces their clothes solely with organic fabrics sourced from regenerative agriculture, which help sequester carbon from the atmosphere and increase soil fertility and agrobiodiversity. All of their pieces are fully traceable and biodegradable, and Trace Collective adheres to a radical transparency policy, disclosing the exact origin, components, production costs and impact of each of their clothes.
We have created the LDC values in the form of our three symbols that explore the mindful, traceable and transparent processes and practices that our brands adhere to and stand for, to help you discover how the products are made and make conscious choices.
Trace Collective products are made with fully natural, organic fabrics that have regenerative properties in the ecosystems where they grow.Discover more about LDC values
Trace Collective designs minimize fabric waste, and we keep fabric offcuts to integrate them in our limited-edition designs.
All fabrics are mono-fibre
Trace Collective work with fully natural, biodegradable fabrics, which means that if one of their pieces ends up in landfill it’ll disappear soon without harming the earth
Trace Collective are committed to paying the people who make our clothes fair living wages, and to ensure that all the workers across our supply chain are also paid fair living wages.Discover more about LDC values