Rakha

Rakha

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Rakha uses bagasse paper for their packaging (made from sugar cane 0% Tree) along with a recycled paper or bagasse mailing bags

Rakha is a member of 1% for the planet, who uses the power of collective action to unite with individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations worldwide to support people and the planet. As a member, they donate 1% of their annual sales to a nonprofit organization that works to preserve and protect one of nature’s most precious resource

Rakha does not follow seasons or trends but rather focuses on re-designing those timeless, classic pieces

Life Cycle Thinking, to Rakha, is the most important part of sustainability and is behind every piece of clothing they create. The materials Rakha uses are biodegradable or recycled natural fibers to keep things in the loop for longer and divert waste

Contemporary women's wear brand based in London aiming to re-design classic pieces. Their ethos is drawn from the classics: understated, contemporary garments. Their mission is to achieve a closed-loop system where everything is either a technical or biological nutrition for their next life-cycle phase

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Contemporary women's wear brand based in London aiming to re-design classic pieces. Their ethos is drawn from the classics: understated, contemporary garments. Their mission is to achieve a closed-loop system where everything is either a technical or biological nutrition for their next life-cycle phase