We rely on industry experts to help us do the right thing. We’re a small brand combating a huge problem and experience tells us that high impact solutions come via partnership and collaboration. We team up with production partners who think and act like us, and share the same values. If you’re in the industry and you’d like to work with us to make fashion a force for good, email email@example.com
Redress is a charity with a mission to promote sustainability in the fashion industry. Established in 2007 from its head office in Hong Kong, it delivers global-wide projects, including The EcoChic Design Award, the Frontline Fashion TV series and Redress authored Dress [with] Sense.
RESET Carbon is a leading sustainability and energy management services company based in Asia. Since 2009, their one-stop consulting and engineering services have helped supply chain clients deliver commercial value through business relevant strategy and improved carbon, energy and water efficiency.
Li & Fung
Li & Fung creates global supply chains aimed at improving living standards for future generations. Their logistics arm is supporting BYT with expert advice, along with an Entrepreneur in Residence collaboration to ignite innovation.
TAL Apparel is an award-winning, world leading menswear and womenswear garment manufacturer wholeheartedly committed to minimizing their environmental impact while positively contributing to the communities in which they operate. They are dedicated innovators who like to think of science as an art form.
Mecilla is a unique farming community in China that aims to close the fashion and food loop. They connect producers and clients to enable direct and transparent sourcing from sustainable farms and factories. BYT is proud to collaborate with them on excess sustainably produced materials for an upcoming collection.
Bonham Strand is an award-winning manufacturer of quality bespoke apparel that combines their sustainable social mission - to create attire with skill, warmth and heart - while offering career support and development for disenfranchised garment workers and at-risk youth.