Sustainability

“Fast fashion is not free. Someone somewhere is paying” -Lucy Siegle.

Sustainability is at the core of FABRIC

Sustainability

We're on a mission to reshore manufacturing for transparency reasons.

We offer no-minimum manufacturing to help reduce overproduction that results from high minimums overseas.

We pay our staff fairly because manufacturing takes a lot of experience and skill.

We donate our cutting floor scraps to local designers to repurpose into garments under the label reFABRICate or to be recycled and reused.

We support an enclave from The Centers for Habilitation in their efforts to upcycle ASU's old banners into tote bags that are sold in the ASU bookstore. We were recipients of the Arizona State University's President's Award for Sustainability for this program.

We created AZ Eco Fashion Week to celebrate and support local sustainable fashion brands and provide education about sustainability to the community.

We started our own sustainable PPE brand called REUSA that creates reusable isolation gowns that can be washed 100x to replace disposable gowns.

We were recipients of the AZ Department of Environmental Quality's Voluntary Environmental Stewardship Program Award.