As a brand, we treasure authenticity. We care deeply about how and where our garments are made and the long-term effect this will have on our delicate planet.
It is our mission to reduce our impact, across all facets of our business; to design purposefully and responsibly, with longevity at the forefront of everything we do.
We believe in buying fewer but better, with slow fashion at the core of our brand ethos.
POSSE is seasonless and trendless. Our pieces are consciously made with impeccable craftsmanship, designed to last a lifetime.
To avoid mass production, we produce in limited quantities and will only re-stock an item if it is part of our core range or is guaranteed a full sell-through.
Here at POSSE, we are committed to using a range of carefully sourced, luxury fabrications to ensure the highest standard of quality is being met.
With the help from our manufacturing partners, we are dedicated to using the most sustainable materials we can source. We work with a number of fabrications including OEKO-TEX linen, GOTS organic cotton, BCI cotton and responsibly sourced wool.
OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 - All of the linens in our core range are certified by OEKO-TEX Standard 100. This means they are completely free from harmful chemicals and substances. Our linens are soft, breathable and get better with every wear.
GOTS CERTIFIED - (Global Organic Textile Standard) - A number of our POSSE pieces are made from GOTS certified organic cotton. Organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, from seeds which have not been genetically modified. Organic cotton uses 91% less water and emits 46% less CO2 emissions than conventional cotton, having a significantly better impact on both our people and our planet.
RWS certification - Our knitted garments are made from RWS certified wool. This is a responsible wool standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on, ensuring fair treatment of animals as well as respect for the environment.
BCI certification - The Better Cotton Initiative is a set of on-farm best practices covering social and environmental issues like pesticides, water, soil health and wellbeing. Their aim is to make cotton farming a more climate-resilient, environmentally friendly and responsible business.