Rapanui offers mens’s and women’s clothing, including thier game-changing organic, ethical and recycled t-shirts. Recently launched are their circular t-shirts, designed to be returned to them for recycling and repurposing once they’re worn out.
With degrees in Renewable Energy and Business between them, the Drake-Knight brothers founded their company on an ambitious sustainable business model. Rapanui quickly established itself amongst the most ethically progressive green clothing companies around.
Environmentally, the brand takes a holistic approach to implementing sustainable alternatives: they evaluate the entire product life cycle and choose sustainable solutions that deliver the best net effect on the environment for their money. Throughout their site and beside their products they inform and re-educate people about exactly where the clothing comes from and how it is made. You can see real photos, facts and figures, ask questions and make an informed choice. No spin. No greenwash. They call it Transparency. They are against just ticking the green box.
Critically the company has a culture of Doing not Aiming. They believe it is their duty to inspire people to consider their own effect on the environment, and on poorer countries, through sustainable fashion.
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