Why sustainable fashion is so important!

We know how impactful the fashion industry is on the planet and we take our responsibility here at box2 seriously, as we are not only passionate about fashion but also the impact we have on the environment.

We care about our planet and are paving the way to a more sustainable future here at box by introducing eco-friendly materials into our collections. We are now using natural fluid fabrics made from sustainable forestry which use up to 50% less water in production. These innovative fabrics promise the same amount of style, whilst also minimising the impact on our planet.

Our materials and fabrics...

Livaeco by Birla Cellulose™

This exquisite, natural based fabric gives your garments a unique combination of fluidity and luxurious softness. In addition to draping, you effortlessly, Livaeco by Birla Cellulose is Pro-Planet and helps save water, increases forest cover & reduces CO2 emission, so your choice not only makes you fashionable but also helps preserve the environment.


The production of LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibre has a lower environmental impact than generic viscose, leaving water cleaner with up to 50% less water impact. They only use renewable wood from certified sources as raw materials, so that they are not overexploiting natural resources. Irresponsible wood sourcing will cause deforestation, which is why sourcing raw materials from certified sources is very important. It also means that we can avoid sourcing from ancient or endangered forests as these forests are essential to the health of the Earth’s species, climate, and biodiversity.

Eco Style Scarves

Each one of their luxurious scarves uses seven plastic bottles in its production, reducing landfill and ensuring they do not end up in the ocean. The idea for Eco Style came when the founder
of the company, was on holiday in Greece. She took a walk along the beach one morning with her daughter and showed her the amount of plastic that had been
washed up. She then set to work to find a way that these washed-up materials could become something more.

Our supply chains and communities...

Taking care of everyone we work with is important to us, which is why we carefully select our network of suppliers and factories.

We foster meaningful relationships with a variety of European companies and hold our business to the highest standards. As we continue to grow, we are rethinking on how we do things to help reduce the impact on the planet. Our jersey and knitwear are made in multiple factories overseen by an agency founded like us, in 1982. When it comes to fabrics, garments, labour, and production, they provide us with a unique transparency tool that gives us complete, transparent information about all the stages of production.

They are also SEDEX approved, which is a membership organisation that provides one of the world’s leading online platforms for companies to manage and improve working conditions in their global supply chains.

We regularly visit our suppliers and work with them closely to enable them to meet and maintain our ethical trade requirements.

Our packaging

To encourage a more circular economy, we have ensured our branded product-transit polybags are 100% recyclable and made from renewable sources, reducing our consumption of single use plastic. We also send our larger orders out in fully recyclable cardboard boxes.

Waste not, want not

As we love fashion, we want to ensure are clothing has a life beyond our wardrobes. We encourage our customers to give their unwanted garments to
friends and family so they can feel fabulous in them too and have a new lease of life. Any unsold clothes go to local charities.

We are continuing to become a more circular business and are actively seeking ways to pursue a more sustainable future!