Ethically Made Cornflower Blue Linen Shorts
Our Cornflower Blue Linen Summer shorts are an essential summer set comprised of a low cut v-neck button-down shirt. Best matched with the top for the full set.
- Elasticated waistline on the shorts, flexible sizing
- Made from 100% Linen OEKO-TEX (no chemicals)
- Sent in recycled packaging
30° delicate wash iron, steam or dry with low heat. No tumble drying.
We are a sustainable women’s clothing brand that is on a mission to change the way people buy, wear & discard clothing.
This linen piece is ethically made within the UK, supporting women-led business & paying fair wages. The localised nature of our supply chain also means that we’re reducing the carbon footprint of our garments, as we don’t have to import our finished clothes into the country.
Our buttons are sourced from a sustainable manufacturer who is a member of the UNFCCC (Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action) and they only use 100% renewable energy. They use blockchain to track & monitor their supply chain and all buttons used are made from recycled materials, including 80% recycled paper!
Vegan friendly, our linen supplier works with flax farmers, spinners and finishers to create the highest possible added value with the smallest possible ecological footprint. The linen is OEKO-TEX certified using a zero waste production process.
Source: Fanfare Label
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According to Fanfare the Label, we can use clothing to emphasize change, fairness and freedom. The label makes unique garments by combining old and new textiles.
Fair trade: the clothing is made in various workshops locally in the UK. The workshops are small family workshops run by women. Fanfare regularly visits these locations and has a good relationship with the makers and suppliers.
Environmentally friendly: Fanfare works with organic or recycled materials. For example, they use GOTS certified cotton from India and ethically produced linen with Oeko-Tex certificate from Belgium. In addition, they give new life to textiles from landfills in the UK by recycling them. The clothing is packaged in recycled paper and shipped in biodegradable material.
Locally produced: the collections are made within Europe, in the UK. Most of the materials also come from Europe.
Good cause: Fanfare the Label donates twice a year to A21 campaign and International Justice Mission, organizations that fight modern slavery in the clothing industry.
Shipping fee:£4.50 in the UK.
Delivery time: 3-4 business days.
Address: No physical store.