Our Philosophy

Wild About is a Bali-based slow fashion brand that incorporates sustainable practices from our fabrics, to the factory, to our footprint and the finish.

We’re not perfect but we will always strive to be better to ensure that nature and people is at the centre of everything we do, starting with transparency and ending with action & inspiration.

We work with Carvico, a sustainable techno-fabric supplier offering a selection of high-end recycled fabrics made of ECONYL® yarn sourced from Italy, a material 100% regenerated from pre- and post-consumer waste like fishing nets and other nylon waste // discarded nylon.
Nylon waste like fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic from all over the world gets rescued, sorted, cleaned and regenerated into textile yarn is used in all of our active wear pieces.
For every 10,000 tonnes of ECONYL® raw material produced, Aquafil, the company that produces this yarn, is able to:
> Save 70,000 barrels of crude oil
> Avoid 65,100 tonnes of CO2 eq. emissions
> Reduces the global warming impact of nylon by up to 90% compared with the material from oil. l.

The production of the fabric made with ECONYL® yarn by Carvico, sourced all the way from Italy is done in the most sustainable way possible.

This way, we’re giving trash a new lease of life by transforming post-consumer recycled nylon into beautiful and functional pieces.


Waste is collected from all the landfills and oceans all over the world, then sorted and cleaned to recover as much nylon as possible.


Through a complex chemical-physical regeneration process, the nylon waste is turned into ECONYL®, a new polyamide yarn with the same quality and performance as virgin nylon in terms of performance and quality without having been produced with non-renewable fossil raw materials.


The nylon is then processed into textile yarn that's functional with the same qualities as virgin material.


The production of the fabric made with ECONYL® yarn by Carvico, sourced all the way from Italy is done in the most sustainable way possible.

We only work with companies that have transparent and sustainable policies. Carvico believes in enforcing a sustainable development model respecting the environment and using available energy sources in a better way.

Their environmental policies aimed at creating a truly sustainable supply chain and contributing to the creation of a circular economy model. They are committed to applying a business model aimed at achieving a higher social and environmental responsibility level, and at safeguarding and valuing people and the local territory.

Read more about their sustainability commitment methods here.


We are constantly staying up to date with the latest environmental studies and tools to help reduce microfiber shedding as well as working towards more plant based materials for our future collections.

While no material is 100% sustainable, we are always open to hearing more ideas and ways to improve the sustainability of the fabrics we use!

"75% of fashion supply chain material ends up in landfills. This amounts to ‘the equivalent of one garbage truck of textiles per second."
Pulse of the Fashion Industry 2018 Report

We believe that People and Planet forms the very core of what we do. Wild About is a proud slow fashion brand that that considers the processes and resources required to make all our pieces while advocates for buying high quality pieces that will last longer, and values fair treatment of people, animals, and the planet along the way.

We work very closely with our factories to ensure social and environmental compliance  and transparency. Currenlty, we have two collections, each made from two different factories in Asia.

The Oasis Collection is ethically handmade in Bali. Swipe for more deets!

The Gold Dust Collection is ethically handmade in Sri Lanka. Swipe for more deets!


We partner with a slow fashion manufacturer French owned manufacturer who takes into consideration all aspects of the production; from their ideation, to sourcing sustainable materials, shipping, and labour in order to provide excellent quality garments.

The Facts:

Our Bali team consists of 1 pattern maker, 3 tailors, 1 embroidery/ finishing, 1 QC/runner, 1 production manager, 2 sales assistants & 5 freelance seamstresses

All employees are paid 2x over minimum national wage & receive 13 months salary a year.  

Working hours: 9am - 6pm, Monday - Friday accomodating to normal religious and public holidays outside the official annual leave for each employee.

Free medical insurance for each employee & their family members is provided, as well as free freshly cooked healthy meals.


Our factory in Sri Lanka is Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified in Platinum. WRAP is an independent, objective, non-profit team of global social compliance experts dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education and we’re really proud of that.

Click here to view the WRAP certificate.

Our factory is also a SEDEX member, Sedex is one of the world’s leading ethical trade membership organisations, working with businesses to improve working conditions in global supply chains.The latest one was conducted in November 2021 and was done using the SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) ethical audit methodology which encompasses all aspects of responsible business practice.

Click here to view the SMETA Audit Report.
The factory is moving towards being an energy efficient and eco-friendly factory starting with the installation of LED lighting and Air cooling systems. Recently, the factory installed Sky lighting, a waste water purifying system and solar panels increasing their use of solar power. The factory has also declared itself a ‘Polythene Free Zone’ by completely eliminating the use of non-biodegradable materials such as polythene and plastics. Furthermore, the factory’s main CSR initiative is their reforestation project with the objective of improving Sri Lanka’s forest cover by planting 5000 trees every year.


We work hard to ensure that all packaging and little bits that finish our items are as sustainable as possible.

Starting with our packaging, our reusable pouches are mamade out of post-consumer waste plastic also known as RPET (recyled PET), the polyester yarn made from recycled PET bottles using a similar process as regenerated nylon.

Our polybags are made from 100% Recycled Plastics, this recycled mailer gives plastics already in circulation a second life. It has a second adhesive strip so that the mailer can be reused once more, and once it has served its purpose, you can recycle it where soft plastics are accepted!

Our clothing tags for The Oasis Collection are made our of 100% biodegradable palm leaf paper while Our clothing tags for The Gold Dust Collection are FSC Certified, which is the standard on products produced from trees and certifies them as eco-friendly ensuring that both the environment and communities were protected during the process.

We didn’t forget about the little bits as well. Al the threading used in our pieces as well as in our labels are OEKO TEX 100 certified, one of the world's best-known labels for textiles tested for harmful substances.

With any business, there is always carbon and plastic footprint.

We aim to strive for reduction in both areas but in the meantime, we offset as much carbon we produce as possible and all our plastic consumption from each product made, making our products plastic-neutral.

We account for all the plastics (regenerated plastic as well) in our products by offsetting the weight of each of our products as well as the RPET polybags and reusale pouches in our packaging for all our collections with Seven Clean Seas.

We also account for the emissions used in the transportation of all our products globally from the production phase (including all our samples and fabric that comes from Italy and manufactured in Sri Lanka & Bali) to the shipping of each item to our amazing customers with Ecologi.


Seven Clean Seas (SCS) is an ocean clean-up organisation based in Singapore. Since its inception in 2018, SCS has recovered over 560,000kg of plastic pollution from the marine environment alone and focuses on infrastructure and technology solutions to stop plastic from reaching the ocean.

SCS works with local coastal communities, creating infrastructure in the worst affected areas, whilst making a positive impact on our planet’s future. Focusing on Bintan initially, their goal is to recover plastic from the marine protected area to the East whilst installing systems to collect, sort and process plastics from the surrounding communities.

Together with Seven Clean Seas, we have removed 350kgs of plastic from our oceans via their ocean cleanup projects in the Riau Archipelago, making all of pieces plastic-neutral.

Find out more about the cleanup projects here.

View our plastic credit certifications here.


The carbon offset projects we fund to offset our footprint rotate each month between top-quality projects that avoid greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere (such as renewable energy projects which displace existing fossil fuel energy).

Ecologi only funds offset projects which meet the highest verification standards, such as Gold Standard or Verified Carbon Standard.

You may view the projects here.

We offset our carbon footprint with Ecologi, who invests in a broad range of projects that are able to evidence that they are reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Each month we support a range of carbon reduction projects that are certified at the very highest level by Gold Standard and equivalent with Ecologi.

Currently, we have offset 13 tonnes of CO2e, which is equivalent to 32,253 miles driven in a car, 10 long haul flights and saved 39 metres2 of sea ice!



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