Hyde & Stone’s approach to sustainability is considered, based on timeless design, ethical manufacturing and natural textiles.
Committed to Australian made manufacturing only to meet the demand of customers to ensure less waste on the environment.
The Designer Jemyma Kavanagh is devoted to an in house design development business model, while still working closely with the production team in Sydney to ensure all garments maintain the highest standard of quality and safe business practices.
Each piece is designed to become a wardrobe staple, a well-made garment that will remain in your wardrobe for years.
Offering a core line of linen pieces with small capsule collection offerings each season.
The majority of textiles that are sourced are 100% or as close to natural materials, with the aim to source more sustainable fabrics in the future.
Packaging used to ship products to customers online and to retailers is biodegradable, with the use of only fully compostable bags and materials.
Hyde & Stone garment labels are made with 100% cotton.
Hyde & Stone aims to commit further to becoming a more responsible business with further transparency in all supply chains, textiles and manufacturing in the coming years.
Hyde & Stone would like to donate a percentage of sales to a chosen give-back organisation and to further explore becoming a more sustainable business while working on becoming ECA accredited.
The brand would like to find ways to repurpose and recycle materials and find more innovative ways to be sustainable.