My aim is to assemble a transparent supply chain and create clear responsible values for your company whether you are in production, retail or branding. Consequently we need to look at your strengths and weaknesses and the key points which make you seen in the industry from the seed you sew in farming or design right through to your end market.
We can reassemble your choices of fibres and their provenance, through redirecting your values and testing the levels of its sustainability and impact on the environment and the people in that environment. Together we study each link in your supply chain to uncover the nuances from the very source of the natural fibre, to the finished product.
Historical practices and indigenous communities teach the world about the core principles of regenerative agriculture - through realigning your own interactions with these delicate ecosystems we start to develop your new core principles which consequently become seeped in accountability and truth.
The result is that this process and experience adds value to your creations by positioning your values centrally in the current truthful fashion movement.
I have been closely associated with the Sustainable Cashmere Union from Mongolia since 2018 and have come to understand the work of affiliated partners AVSF, a French NGO currently working alongside unions and nomads in Mongolia improving their grazing practices.
Inspired by these organisations and the possible certifications available, plus our new understanding of your needs and limitations we can create a transparent journey which your chosen fibre will take from origin to distribution and branding - all with accountability.