Rapanui

What happens to your clothing when it's worn out? How about returning it to the company that you bought it from so they can recycle it? That's what Rapanui do...

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I heard about Rapanui via an advert on social media and I’m so pleased I did. I headed straight to their website and instantly loved their classics.

Rapanui say “their purpose is to redesign the clothing industry” and “their mission is to make clothing sustainable”… both of which we fully support.
We love their basic T-shirts which are super soft organic cotton, sustainable, vegan & ethically produced.

On their website, they say “their purpose is to redesign the clothing industry” and “their mission is to make clothing sustainable”… both of which we hope they achieve.

Sustainable & Ethical

Using natural materials, organic cotton, renewable energy, a circular supply chain is just part of what makes Rapanui sustainable & ethical.

The water produced from fabric dying is a closed-loop process. As shown in their video about the process:

Vegan

Are Rapanui products vegan? According to their product questions, they are indeed vegan friendly: https://rapanuiclothing.com/help/question/

Rapanui is GOTS certified which means they are audited to ensure that their products do not contain animal derived ingredients and have not been tested on animals. This includes the full cycle of production, making Rapanui a great choice for vegans.

Circular

When your t-shirt is worn out, Rapanui encourage you to send your clothing back so they can recycle the material and make new products out of it… not only that, it’s free to send back and you get a coupon to save on your next order!

This means that shopping from Rapanui is a closed loop system that benefits the environment, removing waste from the supply chain.

The Ocean Tee

My first Rapanui product is the Ocean Tee, it was a gift for my birthday and I am so happy with it. The t-shirt is super soft, 100% organic cotton and with the turquoise specs it looks like the ocean.

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