"From seed to cloth to more" is our mantra for All Things Living. This is a passion project. We are driven by the celebration and conservation of Mother Earth. With nature consistently in mind, we focus on eco friendly methods of production to achieve minimal carbon footsteps through the process. We promote a healthy "doing" lifestyle: working with our hands, whether it be getting them dirty in the garden or cooking a great meal for family and friends, rather than being behind a computer or other technological devices that surround us in these modern times.
Watch it grow. The growth of our brand is boundless. We would like to associate our brand to the everyday modern lifestyle and to market the brand in areas of fashion, cooking, meditation, yoga, travel, etc. We see the future of the brand being sold in areas with an eco friendly appetite: small high end boutiques, hotels, cooking stores, yoga studios, an more, catering to all age groups and lifestyles.
We want to appeal to customers with an organic way of life and focus on a modern lifestyle with humility, simplicity, and the finest quality in mind.
Our brand is anti-fast fashion. It promotes a return to slow fashion and celebrates slowly built, beautiful, high quality products. Organic methods such as vegetable dying and sustainable production are key. Locally made products are also important.
From land to craft. We will continue to focus on experimenting with nature as we expand into apparel with eco friendly ways of using recycled water and vegetable dyes. We also celebrate the beauty of imperfections as we explore natural methods into our garment processes.
We have started our brand with a few collections of natural organic seeds along with a collection of aprons, promoting working with nature and a sense of doing. We would like to eventually grow into apparel products that are modern, simple, and casual, with organic elements. Our customer's closet is filled with elevated unisex basics that read organic and are not fussy.
Aspirational brands and products include: Food 52, RTH, River Tooth, New High Mart, Bamford, and Whole Foods.