Our Mineral range is made from an entirely prehistoric colour palette

As we continue to look for new, low impact ways to dye clothing, we’ve turned to the colouring tools of early man – minerals, rocks, and soils. Today, instead of using them to paint cave walls, we’re using them to dye clothing. Every single piece is garment dyed in minerals, rocks and sediments that are billions of years old, using only time, pressure and heat to get the colour to stick. From yellow ochre which was used to draw the first known picture, to black volcanic soil, to the red mineral hematite which cavemen used to paint their caves.

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