Every day Wyatt and Jack come into contact with new and existing, AMAZING brands, with sustainability at their core
We wanted to bring some of these brands to your attention, in case you were missing out on some of the genius and earth friendly products and processes that they are putting into practice on a daily basis
This, our first in a series of Sustainability Sunday blog posts, introduces Arvin Goods, we'll let their creative director and co-founder Harry Fricker, take it from here..
W&J: What prompted you to work in the ethical field?
A G: From our years of experience in the fashion industry we could see the huge amount of waste that was going to landfill and disrupting our planet. We wanted to introduce a brand that would teach a younger generation that a 'Sustainable Brand' can look "cool".
W&J: Whats the long game? What goals do you hope to acheive through running your business?
A G: Introduce a full basics range made from 100% recycled inputs. We hope to become a leading brand in the sustainable fashion industry, teaching others, influencing change and closing the Fashion Loop for good!
W&J: How do you intend to get there?
AG: Through building a strong community, collaborating with the right companies and people, sticking by our guns and supporting a cleaner world!
W&J: Whats the single most important thing you've learnt about yourself through running your business / brand?
AG: I have some incredible friends out there that have helped & inspired in so many ways.
W&J: If you could give a piece of advice to your younger self, what would it be?
W&J: What can we expect to see from you in the coming 6/12 months?
AG: Some incredible collaborations!
W&J: Who are your ethical brand heroes and why?
AG: Patagonia (Standard), Outerknown, Everlane... All incredible brands that stand for the right cause. To help people and planet through the teachings of well made, ethical products with impactful stories
W&J whats the soundtrack to your working day?
AG: today... Years Around the Sun... Tomorrow? Who knows? WuTang?