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One Hundred Ways

One Hundred Ways

Originating from a family-run business in England, One Hundred Stars epitomises the essence of timeless elegance and artistic flair. Inspired by the beauty of nature and historical elements, each piece embodies a narrative waiting to be discovered.

As a small family run business having strong ethics behind the brand is vitally important to One Hundred Stars and to Russborough. Whether it is ensuring all products are only ever printed using AZO free dyes, to using recycled packaging wherever possible.

One Hundred Stars garments are made in India following the highest standards of ethical, environmental, and health & safety practice. We work exclusively with another second-generation family business who manufacture all our products. This company is audited regularly and awarded certification SA 8000. This is a social audit that ensures there is no child labour, no bonded labour and employs all its skilled workers on a permanent basis. In addition, One Hundred Stars carries out its own factory inspections once a year in person for extra piece of mind.

All of One Hundred Stars products are made from sustainable fabrics made using premium fibres such as Bemberg™ Cupro, LENZING™ Modal and FSC certified viscose. Cupro is a regenerated cellulose fibre which is produced using closed loop system. It is made from cotton lint, a waste product produced by the manufacturing of cotton. Lenzing modal is made from fast growing beechwood trees which are harvested from sustainable sources, including plantations and natural forests in Lenzing, Austria and it considered far more sustainable than alternative fabrics made from bamboo for example. All of the viscose used is FSC certified, meaning the wood used to create the viscose comes from sustainably managed plantations. The cotton used is all 100% Organic too, fully certified by The OCS (Organic Cotton Standard) and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), which is the worlds leading standard. GOTS don't only certify the organic nature of the entire textile supply chain, they also certify the social and ecological criteria too.

As technology advances and new sustainable fibres become available to the open market, they are constantly trying to educate themselves on the practices used to produce them and explore all options when manufacturing their products.

To reduce wastage, One Hundred Stars design items (such as headbands) specifically to make use of off-cut or misprinted material.

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