The infinity symbol is more than just a design – it represents the very core of every honey bee population in the world in more ways than one. Embrace that sentiment with a comfortable and stylish T-shirt that you can wear all year round.
Did you know that honey bees are essential creatures to all life here on earth? Without them, the world as we know it wouldn’t be here. Protecting the existence of honey bees is absolutely critical toward the sustainability of our planet and of life as we know it.
The honey bee is one of the most important creatures in our ecosystem and keeping their populations healthy and thriving is a critical component toward achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal.
100% Organic Cotton
Sleekly finished to a slim silhouette to fit closer to the body for a tailored look
Ribbed crewneck, tape detail on the split hem and a comfortable neckline
Eco-friendly dyes –OEKO-TEX®certified, safe for human use and the environment
Soft, breathable, and durable – finely knit with combed cotton and yarn-dyed. Dazzlingly soft and comfortable
Recyclable, compostable and vegan
All our organic cotton products are certified by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or Control Union (CU) standards. Please feel free to read further information about the ecological and social standards and find a copy of our certificate,here. Please get in touch for any further information about the origin, sustainable or ethical practices.
Super Comfy – our French Terry Sweatshirts, Hoodies and Joggers have soft piles of yarn on the inside of the fabric that feels ultimately soft and cosy against your skin. The T-shirts don’t lag behind; they are the ultimate treat.
Skin Friendly – organic cotton is the friendliest known fabric to the skin because it is pure, grown and processed without the use of pesticides or harmful chemicals. Safe for the environment and the human body.
Keeps You Cool & Dry – moisture-wicking features of cotton draw sweat away from your body for extra comfort – threads can absorb up to 25 times their weight in water, keeping you cool and dry.
Flexible – Organic cotton used in our products is combed, providing an exceptional amount of stretch and flexibility during all-day activities.
Perfect for Layering – our Sweat and T-shirt edits can be worn all year round by themselves, under or over other pieces and coordinated with anything.
Wash according to instructions on the care label.
– Wash with like colours
– Wash inside out with cold water at 30° C
– Do not bleach or dry-clean
– Do not tumble dry
– Air-dry at low heat
– Iron at medium temperature 110° C
– Wash less often using eco-friendly detergents
Free UK Standard Delivery
Shipped in 3-5 business days from our operations hub in North-west England
We only ship through carbon-conscious fulfilment partners
Our packaging is eco-friendly, compostable, biodegradable or 100% recyclable
Please see instructions on the packaging labels for refuse
Our premium quality products use the finest organic cotton that is ethically sourced and sustainably grown. Organic farming methods minimise water usage and eliminate pesticides while maximising soil health, biodiversity, and farmer livelihoods.
Our products are certified by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or Control Union (CU) and Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) to have been produced to strict environmental and social standards.
Certified by OEKO-TEX®, our yarn dyeing techniques are free from harmful chemicals, safe for human use, and friendly to the skin.
We are committed to making minimalistic, elegant, and sustainable clothing as we #ThinkSustainable, #Evolve and #ChooseEarth towards our strive to become a fully circular fashion house.
We only partner with suppliers and manufacturers who practice environmental consciousness and ethicality across their supply chains.
The carbon footprint of our products is minimum; nevertheless, we subsidise it through tree-plantation drives. All these humble contributions as a 100% sustainable apparel house support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030.