Meet our Gen-Z brand that working tirelessly to run their business successfully at the same time contributing to nature by adopting sustainable practices. These brands leading the way in sustainability.

From their materials to production, they have been sustainable since day one. The companies build effective relationships with employees to ensure that production meets high ethical standards. These leading companies are committed to sustainability through the entire design and manufacturing process, including working towards 100% sustainably sourced cotton and recycling old products into home insulation.

“Research shows that 88% of consumers want brands to help them be more environmentally friendly”.

John Robshaw

In the mid-’90s, John Robshaw was just an artist who was trying to make his career in New York City as a painter. John Robshaw also did many jobs while studying to pay his bills and student loans. He was an assistant to artist Julian Schnabel. He learned textile design and block printing in India and then returned to New York with various fabrics he created, storing them on the floor in the corner of a group gallery space where his paintings were displayed.

Design enthusiasts John Robshaw reveals the lush inspiration behind his signature style while mentioning the step-by-step block printing techniques from local artisans and masters. Robshaw provides a unique glimpse into his creative process, wherein he combines traditional methods with his painterly style for unique creations, and gives tips for fusing textiles into any space. While designing fabrics and other products John Robshaw follow the sustainable practice to design good and does good.

“I can still remember the feeling of freedom I experienced when I picked up different blocks and collaged them together in all different colors, mixing them up and creating new ideas. It became addictive.”– John Robshaw

STI (Specialty Textiles, Inc.)

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STI, and wholly-owned subsidiaries Brentwood Textiles, is a family-owned factory that has been making upholstery fabric since 1964. STI employs over 300 people in good-paying jobs with complete privileges. They believe in honesty, integrity, treating their employees with respect, and always give their best to supply the very best fabrics in terms of quality, design, and value.

Revolution was the first PFC chemical-free performance fabric that launched in the marketplace and was the only one designed entirely in the United States after much of the textile business went overseas in 2008.
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THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY HAS A HUGE PROBLEM. WE USE A LOT OF LAND, WATER, AND ENERGY IN THE PRODUCTION AND DYEING OF TEXTILES. AT REVOLUTION FABRICS, WE ARE COMMITTED TO USING WATER-FREE DYING TECHNICS.–stifabrics

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Luma Sleep uses Sustainable, Biodegradable Components, their all products are eco-friendly. Mattress comfort layers are solely made of either natural or a blend of natural/man-made latex. Both of these materials are biodegradable. The latex foam rubber is also more enduring, so these mattresses give you perfect sleep for a long time.

Steve Russo, Founder & CEO of online retailer Luma Sleep explains: “About 15 to 20 percent of bed-in-a-box box mattresses are returned shortly after purchase. With nearly 30 percent of sales units now coming from e-commerce – using a conservative 15 percent return rate – we’re talking about an additional 500,000 – 700,000 mattresses a year that must be disposed of properly. That’s enough to fill up over 35,000 dumpsters!”

“We want to make sure we’re doing as much as possible to address our environmental footprint. There are ways to design and engineer mattresses to create a win for the customer, for the company, and for the environment. That’s the very foundation of the Luma Sleep business model.”

– Steve Russo
vanilia

For more than 25 years, Vanilia clothing has been deliberately manufactured by experts with a passion for the craft. They have the most contemporary machines to produce clothing innovatively and as sustainably as possible. They are one of the few in the textile industry who manage their own production. This gives them control over good and safe working conditions for their colleagues.

Vanilia uses solar panels on the roof of the production workshop, so they are taking more and more steps towards an even more sustainable business.

Vanilia is familiar with the environmental and social issues in the fashion industry and therefore takes every measure not to damage the environment. Vanilia is one of the first companies to sign the Sustainable Clothing and Textile Covenant.

While the process from design, pattern, styling, fitting to testing of materials takes place from our service office in the Netherlands, we produce over 90% of the collections in our production workshop in Turkish Cappadocia. An area that is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

– vanilia

mooky

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At Mooky, they use natural and pollutant-free ingredients. They purchase raw materials from European or organic-certified sources and have products bottled in Germany. Mooky also pays attention to sustainability in their product and shipping packaging and tries to avoid the use of plastic and unnecessary waste.

The nutrients included in their products help to boost the immune system, maintain intestinal flora, and assure the healthy function of the entire body of your animal. All the natural products of the Mooky help in increasing well-being, and shiny fur in dogs and cats.

Mooky donates 1% of their income to Hundegarten Serres and the Tierheim Berlin – so with your purchase at Mooky you support needy animals.

“Our food bowls for dogs and cats as well as the poop bag dispenser are made from 100% biodegradable bamboo plastic. Since bamboo is a very fast-growing plant, this material is a sustainable alternative to common pet store products and the perfect choice for eco-friendly pet lovers”.

– Mooky

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