We know that the only way we will solve the climate crisis and at the same time the (fast) fashion crisis, is by colaborating with other like minded people, businesses, charities and organisations.
Since we began we have worked with several charities raising awareness and funds for several causes. Whether that's been for women's rights charities, homeless charities or to raise awareness of pollution and plastic waste. We know all these challeges, whether social or environmental, play a part in creating a better future for us all.
You can read about all our current and past collaborations below...
Please get in touch, we are open to ideas whether big or small.
Organisations, charities and businesses we work with
Ngaire Takano, a sourcing advisor focusing on traceability and circularity who works across the fashion, food, beauty and drink sectors for over 20 years, presently based in Belgium.
Ngaire`s focus is transparency, circular and next life implementations for fashion brands and traceability.
Ngaire sits within a UN committee on traceability for sustainable garment and footwear.
Ngaire will provide analysis and guidance in mapping the supply chain from seed to finished garment and life thereafter. The focus will be the traceability of each stage (Tier 1 to Tier 6) and also how transparent are the suppliers and partners collaborating with Inland Sea. A Lifecycle Analysis incorporating the environmental, social and ethics will be included. Building relevant documentation for use in engagement and education for consumers and also internally will be included in the work. This will also be used to show transparent knowledge and communication to eliminate any possibility of greenwashing.
Louisa Bilton has a BEng in Chemical Process Engineering and will soon complete MSc in Textile Sustainability and Innovation from University of Leeds. Louisa's MSc research focussed onreplacement textiles for virgin PET, namely recycled PET (from bottles to fibres) and biodegradable synthetics.
Her research, critically analysed the benefits and limitations of the 'more sustainable' textiles and provided recommendations for future improvements which Louisa believes is beneficial in creating carbon positive clothing using seaweed. Louisa's skills are in gathering textile manufacturing data, analysing carbon emissions and water use, and selecting the most efficient product improvements.