Broadsheet: Buying a Tee From This Melbourne Label Plants SeaTrees
Standard cotton is heavily dependent on water and pesticides. The Common Good Company has developed its own 100 per cent recycled fabric for plain shirts and casual street wear. And every purchase helps plant a mangrove tree. Read more about TCGC's approach to making some of most sustainable threads around in this Broadsheet article.
“Whether you subscribe to the fashion industry or not, we each contribute to the demand of the garment industry. Its environmental degradation [impact] is common knowledge, but our need to produce basic clothing is not going away anytime soon,” says Tessa Carroll, creative director and co-founder of sustainable fashion label The Common Good Company.