The wonderful eco raters at Good on You have given us top marks for our sustainable supply chain and clothes!
A very big thank you to Pebble magazine who recently put Rozenbroek as one of the top sustainable underwear brands!!
Fairfaw is an amazing brand new, online ethical platform showing that sustainable fashion ‘doesn’t have to be ordinary’.
We are chuffed to be amongst some of the most exciting emerging brands on this wonderful new platform!
Super excited to have been selected as a DISCERNING Brand on THE DISCERNING BRUTE !! Makes what we do so much more special when we get recognised for all of the hard work put in to making fashion good and helping consumers move from fast to slow!
We have worked hard to make the perfect wardrobe essentials in the most recognisable yet durable fabrics and it is now ready!
All pieces are made to order and we try and cater to all body shapes, we are available to answer any question so pop us an email if you want to discuss your new better, sustainable wardrobe.
Remember, buy less but better!
Find out all about Rozenbroek on their website!...
"What is your company’s mission?
We offer clothing made with transparency! The ethos of Rozenbroek is to provide the consumer a new, ethical option whilst focusing on the wellbeing of the planet. Offering a new and smarter way to shop whilst continually trying to improve our product and environmental impact. To make a progressive change whilst ensuring the products produced are durable and desirable. All products are made to order to minimise waste. We aim to educate the customer into smarter shopping and garment care alternatives and create sustainable male shoppers. At the end of the products life cycle, Rozenbroek offers a repair or recycle service to ensure garments do not go to landfill as most of the markets clothing currently does."
A sustainable luxury brand called Rozenbroek showed its second collection at Tranoi, based on creations meant to last.
“We offer a repair service throughout the garment’s life cycle, and at the end of the product’s lifecycle, we’ll repair it, or reuse the trimmings or recycle the fabrics,”
said designer Jade Rozenbroek, who started the line after feeling disillusioned with the amount of waste and the quality of production at large luxury houses, where she worked in the past.
The lovely Hanna from Flor and Cesta interviewed Jade founder of Rozenbroek on sustainability in menswear (or the lack thereof).
Check out the article on the link attached.
Check out founder Jade's thoughts on Blade Runner style for _shift magazine written by the lovely Isabella Tombinski-Robb.
The store is now live!
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