At Tluxe, we pride ourselves in supporting a sustainable supply chain. We use natural fabrics, GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, Linen, Silk and Australian Merino Wool. We also use plant cellulose fabrics, Bamboo, Tencel, Cupro, Lyocell and Viscose.
Tluxe garments are locally designed and produced, giving you peace of mind that you are supporting ethical practice.
We are committed to reviewing our supply chain, from the initiation of product through to the disposal of our packaging material, in a way that enhances the environment for our suppliers, and our customers wherever possible.
- Sustainability : Tluxe was one of the first 500 members of the Ethical Fashion Forum, an industry body for sustainable fashion, now with over 6000 members in more than 100 countries. In 2012, Tluxe was a finalist for leading international award " The Source Awards". In 2018, Tluxe was a winner at the Good Design Awards for Sustainable Fashion Design and in 2019 we were given the Common Objectives Leadership Award.
- Made Locally : We have adopted the ETI Base Code as our code of conduct. The Base Code clearly sets our standards for the treatment of factory workers in all areas such as wages, working hours, conditions. Tluxe garments are designed and produced in Sydney. We work with a small number of select partner factories, building lasting partnerships so that we can maintain high quality standards.
- Timeless Designs : Tluxe believes that fashion and longevity should go hand in hand. We approach design with the idea that garments should remain functional within a wardrobe - being "fashion forward" without following trends.
- Quality Garments : Quality fabric is the basis of a great garment, we source only the finest fabrics and our garments are designed to stand the test of time They will become your ultimate easy to wear, easy to care for go to pieces.
Recycling Policies : We have combined our operations centres so that all processes are managed from the same location, reducing our use of energy and other resources. Our office is designed to be as energy efficient as possible using natural light and low energy lighting options.
We have introduced new compostable and recyclable packaging materials, so that all cardboard and paper packaging is recyclable, and all plastic is bio-degradable as a compostable material. All remnants and end of line fabrics are upcycled.