Did You Know...

Australia is one of the biggest consumers of fast fashion, 85% of our unloved clothing can fill the Sydney Harbour Bridge annually. Most of these items have only been in our wardrobe for six months. This means Australia discards up to 935kg of clothing every minute.

The sad fact is that 95% of these textile materials can be recycled.

From Rubbish to Reforestation

Deforestation is threatening 80% of the animals and plants found in forests globally. In 2050 it is estimated, we will have lost between 21- 43% of the Amazon due to roads, mining and hydropower development. That is why we have aligned with One Tree Planted to help give back and preserve our planet. For every pair of shoes sold, we will plant a pair of trees.

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First Steps

In the past I have tried and tested many careers. Searching for that passion that wakes me up in the morning and fills my dreams at night.

People would roll their eyes at me, wonder when would I ever settle down and commit to something. What they didn’t realise was, as I navigated my way through my twenties I was looking for a purpose that not only set my soul on fire, but gives back to protect the planet.

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Protect The Planet

Our commitment is not only to design ethical tran-seasonal footwear for your wardrobe, but to use materials that are recycled, reused, or repurposed. We are now in a technological age where we can dream bigger, think outside the box and use materials we could never have dreamt of using before. With this in mind our mission is to create a sustainable footwear industry.

Our dream is to live in a world where everyone walks sustainably.

On The blog

Designing Rubbish

Designing Rubbish

Designing a new product out of recycled materials feels like Christmas Day. Do you remember how exciting it was to go to sleep the night before? ...

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Seven Mindful Activities

Seven Mindful Activities

I don't like to be that person that complains about being busy. So, usually when someone asks how I'm going I don't share many details and I bott...

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