Our Conscious Fashion Ethos
SPIRITUALITY MEETS SUSTAINABILITY
ANGELUVE exists with a two-fold purpose. We live and breathe the conscious fashion philosophy. It is a state of mind and a way of life that penetrates our design principles and products. Being a conscious fashion brand means we are committed to making ethical and sustainable products that respect the people and the planet along the supply chain. On a spiritual aspect, the soulful brand is designed and built on love, empowerment, and spirituality. We care about nurturing human consciousness and spiritual growth.
Our clothes are made from sustainable materials such as 100% organic cotton, recycled fibres, Tencel and other sustainable fabrics that are friendly to the environment. To minimise wasted inventory, we order limited production runs to ensure no garments end up in landfill.
For our packaging, we use The Better Packaging Co, the world's most sustainable packaging solutions that consider the complete lifecycle impact of a product.
Social and Ethical Responsibility
It is our commitment that everyone who works for us along the supply chain is safe and ethically treated. We work with suppliers who are aligned with our values and adhere to sets of ethical standards for their employees.
Our clothes are manufactured ethically in Australia, China, Bangladesh, and Portugal factories which are audited by the Fear Wear Foundation. Our suppliers' factories are also certified by ambori and SGS to ensure that they comply with ethical and sustainable requirements.
At ANGELUVE, we care. We are proud to support and help those who are in need. We strive to give back to charities and organisations with a good cause.
We are a member of 1% for the planet and donate 1% of all sales to nonprofits that work to protect our environment.
We have also partnered with Thread Together, an organisation that delivers new clothing and shoes to people in our community who are going through a difficult time.
"We take pride in building a better world that is inspired by sustainability, ethics, and spirituality."