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Thread Harvest is committed is to bringing you the best the world has to offer in ethical and sustainable brands through a great shopping experience.
New team same ethos
In 2016 we met the Thread Harvest team working hard to bring global eco-fashion labels to Australian shoppers. Since then there’s been a change of crew but the ethos remains the same – providing an opportunity for those who care about both style and substance to shop their values.
According to the new Director of Thread Harvest, Neridah Morris, their motivation “stems from a revelation each member of our team holds – that the injustice we see in this world is simply not acceptable and if we are in a position to do something about it then it’s our responsibility to do so.”
Curated for your ethical shopping pleasure
Thread Harvest is no ordinary online marketplace. Their range of men’s, women’s and children’s wear has been curated based on 8 Impact Badges:
- Fair Trade Conditions;
- Employing the Marginalised;
- Empowering Women;
- Cause Supporting; and
- Living Wage.
Each brand that Thread Harvest works with must meet at least 2 of these badges and be able to provide confirmation on how they display these values. “This means your personal impact reaches far and wide,” says Neridah. “Because you when you purchase something from Thread Harvest you are supporting more than one aspect of ethical and sustainable fashion.”
Style and substance
As passionate as the Thread Harvest team are about ethical fashion, they’re not willing to compromise on style. “We curate our collections based on what we see trending in the market and then choose ethically made product that meets that trend,” explains Neridah.
Here are my top 3 finds from Thread Harvest:
1. For me, jewellery should not only look beautiful but also come with a great story attached! The Giving Keys delivers on both fronts. Each unique piece has been hand engraved by an individual transitioning out of homelessness, who is now meaningfully employed by The Giving Keys.
2. A flattering yet comfortable maxi dress is a fantastic go-to piece for a wide range of occasions. This relaxed-fit dress by ALAS is made from super soft GOTS certified organic cotton jersey. Pair it with some ecochic flats and you’re set!
3. Speaking of ecochic flats…I’m loving these Kelapa shoes by Indosole. This stylish shoe is 100% handcrafted with re-purposed tyre sole and organic canvas uppers. You can rest easy knowing that your shoes are cruelty-free and were made without using any fuel-powered machinery.
“We are in a unique position of privilege, what we do with that privilege will determine whether or not we leave this world in a better state than when we arrived,” says Neridah.
Click here to browse the entire Thread Harvest collection.