Everybody.World is An Ongoing Experiment

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We're constantly seeking new ways to approach sustainability in apparel. Our focus is on ethical manufacturing and textile innovation, specifically transforming waste into thoughtful goods made responsibly in fair wage factories.

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To understand the beauty of a Trash Tee involves perceiving something exceptional in stuff that is otherwise considered quite ordinary (or worse, on its way to landfill).

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We collect tons of post-industrial waste to make our 100% Recycled Cotton jersey and fleece textiles, turning those fibers, dirt and tiny twigs into a new yarn without adding any synthetics, chemicals or water.

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The whole process takes place in North America, starting with the farms where the cotton is grown.

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No virgin materials are used, and there's a smaller carbon footprint by way of being made regionally, with a traceable supply chain from seed to seal.

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In reimagining and repurposing existing materials, we're able to channel centuries of skill for a new age. Creating clothing that's 100% enjoyable and designed to last, so you can buy less and wear longer.

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This is Workers, Ecology, Ideas.

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SHOP THE TRASH COLLECTION:
100% Recycled Cotton, 96% — 99.5% biodegradable (everything but the label and elastic!), made in Los Angeles by workers earning above the local minimum wage since 2016. A world first.

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SHOP HECHO EN COLOMBIA:
50% Recycled Cotton, 42% sustainably-sourced cotton, 8% mixed waste fibers. Made at our partner factory in Medellin, Colombia where we're able to pay two to three times more than the local minimum wage and support a closed-loop manufacturing supply chain. A world first.

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MEET OUR CONTRIBUTORS:
Our Contributor Collection centers around ideas from non-designers, like a chess playing spiritualist, chef, and gardener. It's a motley crew of people whose only common denominators are that they have great style and an idea for something missing from their lives, and their wardrobes. They receive 10% of the sales of their designs.

What's next?

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Building sustainable futures means constantly asking ourselves: What is fair? What is sustainable? What is the future of fashion?

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After five years operating as an independent small biz, we've learned a lot. As we plan for the next five and beyond, we remain committed to making thoughtful goods responsibly, without exploiting the planet's ecological health or the skilled people that make it happen.

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Our online store and wholesale catalog are filled with gender neutral silhouettes that will endure year-round and for years to come.

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We release new colors and styles with great care and unrushed time, and are not synced up with fashion's seasonal expectations.

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This is a new model, considerate of how we make, use and reimagine materials, the supply chain, and consumption as a whole.

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Thank you for reading, subscribing, browsing and shopping with us. No matter how big or small, every purchase makes you a literal investor in our company, and we appreciate you being along for the ride.

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And to show you exactly where your money goes when you shop with us we traced every $1 spent in 2020 to where it was allocated in our business.

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If you have ideas, questions, or just want to say hello, get in touch or follow along for the latest news.

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We have jobs listed here for people seeking to build on our vision, and push our small business and big industry forward. If that sounds like you, introduce yourself!

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We're interested in continuing the experiment and shaping a better future.

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IF YOU'VE READ THIS FAR AND WANT TO DO MORE, TELL SOMEBODY ABOUT EVERYBODY!