Heritage. Fair Trade. Eco-Friendly.
Deborah Campbell Atelier is a British made ethical womenswear label that has sustainability at its very heart. The brand's mission is simple - to design fashion with a timeless edge with transparent ethical practices that run through its core. The collections foundation is in print, designed exclusively by DCA and inspired by art and nature. The brand's abstract prints are unique through cut and style, no two styles are the same. The brand supports local British communities and responsible design is thier mission.
Background And Why British Made
Deborah comes from a family of garment makers, her mother a seamstress in factories making for M&S and her grandfather made waterproof clothing. Following in their footsteps Deborah has worked in manufacturing and design for major British retailers. Becoming increasingly concerned with cheap fashion made offshore and over consumption she disengaged, beginning the journey to challenge the status quo and help reinvigorate British manufacturing. DCA value the people who make their clothes just as much as the people who buy them. The brand is commited to transparency in their supply chain and work with suppliers in Wales, Sheffield, London, Leicester, and West Yorkshire and a GOTS certified factory in Bangladesh.
Deborah Campbell reflect fair British wages paid throughout their supply chain.
Fabrics with Low Environmental Impact
Deborah Campbell Atelier use Newlife a fabric produced from recycled plastic bottles and up-cycles wool blends and leather from the UK and Italy. The brand also use tencel made using the closed loop system and cupro. All fabrications have low environmental impact through limited water utilisation. Prints are digital and exclusively designed. Digital Printing is kinder to the environment through limited water utilisation and energy.
Deborah Campbell Atelier also works with the Phoenix Foundation a charitable fund that supports vulnerable children suffering with burns, caught in war zones.
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