Ethics and Giving Back


We are passionate and determined to leave a positive impact.

Giving Back

I am committed to returning a portion of profit to women who really need it.

In the last financial year I made a donation on behalf of MAMAKU to an organisation here in Australia that is improving the experience of pregnancy and birth for First Nations women and families.

From 2014 to 2018 , studies have consistently shown that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  children have an alarmingly higher mortality rate when compared to non-indigenous children.  The main cause of Indigenous child deaths aged 0-4 were due to perinatal conditions, including birth trauma and complications of pregnancy.

If you would like to read more about their work, please check out their Go Fund Me page with many links available for further reading.

Ethics and Sustainability

We are sourcing manufacturers who follow ethical and sustainable manufacturing and business practices. The factory we are working with through these early stages is family run and owned, and care deeply for their employees – most of them are family!

As a company we have a lot to learn and plan to keep you entirely in the loop. 

We talk with our manufacturer regularly about reducing impact and waste, especially plastic waste.

Decision making

Right now we  approach every decision with the question ‘is this the most ethical and sustainable solution?’. It’s a tough one and there is hardly ever a straight forward answer to that question. We are committed to learning and are always open to change for the better.

Also make sure to sign up to our newsletter, as we expand our range we will be adding garments made from hemp, linen and organic undyed cotton. To name a few! What do you want? Let us know!

Please feel free to get in touch if you have specific questions or requests.