THTC Clothing LTD
- United Kingdom
- Main Contact
- Gavin Lawson
- Tel: (07841) 624965
Eco fashion redefined since 1999.
THTC has been producing world-leading ethical streetwear for over 16 years – printing designs from the world’s leading street and graphic artists on hemp, organic cotton and sustainable materials.
THTC is worn by artists, actors and activists across the world. Our advocates include British Hip Hop group Foreign Beggars, actor and artist Ed Skrein (star of Deadpool, the Transporter Refuelled and Game of Thrones), poet Prof. Benjamin Zephaniah and International beatbox star, Beardyman, to name but a few.
THTC has produced organic and collaborative ranges for over 150 bands, events and festivals, and are the production partner of choice for the consciously-minded, helping spread environmental awareness and promote sustainability.
Lastly, THTC looks to provide a platform for new and established production illustrators and designers to break out of the anonymity of working with larger high street brands and agencies.
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Ethical Focus & Policy
THTC works to one simple principle – Do No Harm.
THTC takes great pains to ensure all of our suppliers are certified for both fair and dignified labour conditions, and adhere to strict environmental practices. THTC works towards the ideal business situation, where is possible to produce a direct and positive affect on a community.
Currently, all of THTC’s cotton products are certified organic (GOTS) and by the Fair Wear Foundation; THTC’s Hemp supplier factory is a member of the ILO and has a fully unionised workforce; THTC’s UK-based printers use ink and processes that are certified by the Soil Association.
THTC continually looks for new ways in which is possible to push the boundaries of sustainable production, while maintaining quality and profitability.
Ranked the UK’s ‘Most Ethical Menswear label’ since 2014 by Ethical Consumer, THTC has been at the forefront of worldwide environmental and humanitarian activism. THTC has worked on causes ranging from human trafficking, police brutality, prisoners of conscience, climate change and war. THTC’s partners have included the International Committee to Free the Angola 3, the Free Burma Campaign UK, the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), Medecins san Frontieres UK, Justice for Smiley Culture, and The Journey.
Wholesale: Hemp T-shirts £12.50; Cotton T-shirts £11.50; Women’s sweaters £20 (GBP)
Retail: £22-25; T-shirts: £50 (GBP)
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