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Leather + Sustainability

A classic example of the circular economy  Leather is a by-product of the food industry which would otherwise become waste. The tanning industry collects the raw hides and transforms them into a precious, versatile material with multiple applications such as furniture, automotive + fashion
Leather is Upcycled
All raw hides are a by-product + upcycled from food industry waste, making leather a sustainable choice
Leather is Natural
Unlike genuine natural leather, most faux + vegan leathers are made from vinyl, a potential harmful plastic derived from oil
Leather is Sustainable
Leather is a timeless, long-lasting material that is the antithesis of fast-fashion
Leather is Plastic-Free
Go plastic-free by choosing leather, a high quality natural material that is free of non-degradable pvc
Faux Leathers May Not Be Eco
Oil mining to manufacture faux leather can cause environmental degradation + harm wildlife

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognise their deep connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all First Nations peoples, their cultures and their Elders past, present and emerging.