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Established in 1994, AllSaints is a premium British fashion house, best known for its iconic biker jackets, creating clothing and accessories for men and women. AllSaints operates within a culture of innovation and design with an independent spirit, from its East London atelier to the in-house design and construction of AllSaints'​ digital and physical stores.

AllSaints has approximately 3000 employees across 26 countries, curating every aspect of the brand experience. AllSaints collections are available for purchase from 242 stores, including concessions and outlets worldwide and shipped to over 200 countries via AllSaints'​ e-commerce sites.

We’re starting to make changes. For right now, and going forward. Discover a new uniform of recycled yarns, responsible wools and vegetable-tanned leathers. And learn more about the things we’re doing and initiatives we’re partnering with to make our products more sustainable.

We, ALLSAINTS, are committed to improving cotton farming practices globally with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI). Better Cotton is not physically traceable to end products. However, BCI Farmers benefit from the demand for Better Cotton in equivalent volumes to those we ‘source’.

We ALLSAINTS, are committed to sourcing 80% of our cotton as more sustainable cotton by 2022. More sustainable cotton includes Better Cotton, recycled cotton, organic cotton and fair trade cotton. By buying cotton products from ALLSAINTS, you’re supporting the Better Cotton Initiative/ BCI Farmers who care for the environment and respect workers’ rights and wellbeing.  The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an industry tool designed to recognise the best practices of farmers, ensuring that wool comes from farms with a progressive approach to managing their land and from sheep that have been treated responsibly. The certified wool comes from non-mulesed sheep and is tracked through all processing stages to promote responsible practices and protect the sheep and the land they graze on.