We are passionate about sustainability and have been ruminating on what that really means, especially in the context of having been given responsibility to look after Gods creation (Gen 1:28).

With this in mind we are committed to circulating items already in the world, giving them new life, and using second hand fabrics and fashion to upcycle into new items.

All items are sourced second hand, even in the making of our own custom and hand made items we will not buy something new just to be able to make it. We always endeavour to find what we need to transform the item second hand, or change the idea.

We hope as resellers and hand makers to encourage sustainability through more than just selling vintage and preloved designer in store but also through

slowing down

making slow mindful purchases and investments

growing sewing and mending skills to restore garments and share and teach the community

repairing, restoring, making new from old

we are committed to the slow revolution, and sustainability in a holistic sense with the purpose and end goal of knowing that our Lord & Creator has entrusted us with His creation, and knowing that true and lasting inner peace and sustenance comes from Him and Him alone. We cannot leave spirituality out of sustainability!

  1. the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
    "the sustainability of economic growth"
    • avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.
      "the pursuit of global environmental sustainability"


Psalm 55:22 “Cast thy burden upon the LORD, and he shall sustain thee: he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved.”

Isaiah 59:16 “And he saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor: therefore his arm brought salvation unto him; and his righteousness, it sustained him.”

"Sustainability" has become a buzz word in culture and society today, and with good reason as we can see that as a collective our greedy and sinful nature has depleted and caused harm to the world we live in.

Just like people see the problem of climate change threatening mankind and man needing to do something to save himself from it, so the Bible sees the problem of sin threatening mankind and man needing to be saved from it. Notice some key differences there? The Bible identifies a different threat to humanity, and also identifies a different method of salvation from that threat.

With man’s concept of sustainability you have salvation from “climate catastrophe”, whereas in the Bible, God’s concept of sustainability for man in salvation from “sin” through the sacrifice of Lord Jesus Christ. So sustainability is really a tale of two salvations. Only one is true salvation.

Acts 4:12 Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.

We are currently exploring what this looks like to apply through our whole business processes, and asking ourselves questions like:

Are we stewarding our resources well? Is this sustainable for mental health and well-being, time, energy, wardrobe, bank account, creativity, waste, environment, community, and for our customers?

Do our businesses and behaviour honour the Lord and steward the gift of His creation well? Do we point to the Lord Jesus as the means of true and lasting sustainability knowing it is our sinful nature that is the cause of every bad and unsustainable thing?