COMMUNITY

We are doing all that we can here to keep you protected and make sure that your goodies arrive to you in a safe and efficient manner. Please keep in mind our stock is limited and we don’t want you to miss out. We like to keep our runs short and unique whilst working with recycled or dead end fabric we have on hand. As your safety is at the forefront of our minds so to is keeping our ladies in work overseas. Please feel free to drop us a line should you have any questions, queries or would like to hear us sing up beat songs off tune.

 

Last year we signed the brand pledge for Moving The Needle

Australians discard 6 tonnes of clothes every 10 minutes. With over 550 textile drop off points throughout our network, ensuring your clothing doesn't go to landfill has never been easier. Our charity partners will sort and sell the donated clothing through their store networks, extending their life and and keeping textiles out of landfill. - Move The Needle

At Saint Jane we highly encourage our customers to pass on their unwanted clothing pieces to friends and family or charities to help combat landfill. Our hand made pieces are designed to be durable and versatile, which goes hand in hand with our ethos of packing less and wearing more.

 

Our production runs are kept very small and whilst we are working towards using exclusively sustainable fabrics such as merino wool and recycled poly, we currently source fabric that is ‘deadstock’ meaning our fabrics are end-of-line, design house offcuts or cancellations that would typically end up in landfill. You won't find us with excess stock and this ensures no waste on our end and keeps our customers unique in their limited designs.

Stock that we want to share with the less privileged is donated to Thread TogetherThis great organization is run by volunteers whom which many have been on the receiving end of the help and now bring it back full circle. Clothing is sent all over Australia, helping thousands of people get back on their feet and help restore their dignity.

 

Saint Jane is an active patron making time to personally volunteer at its warehouse which has been especially important of late given the devastation caused by bush fires throughout the country and now Covid 19.

Anthony and his team are not only inspiring but a lively friendly bunch who are always on the look out for more helping hands whether it be for an hour or a half day sorting all new donated stock in their Sydney warehouse.

(It's also a really nice team bonding experience should you be a corporate sick of doing go karting.)