Ln2 | Conscious Fusion
100% Recycled or natural T-shirts
LNSquared create a range of t-shirts made from organic cotton, bamboo and recycled plastic bottles. Their ethos is to mix eco friendly fabrics with funky printed designs to create a conscious fusion fit for your everyday wardrobe.
The LnSquared Salvage range is made from 100% recycled materials.
They salvage the cuttings from organic cotton textile production, shred them and turn back into soft cotton fibres. They then add fibres made from locally recycled plastic bottles to obtain the cotton and polyester blend. They then spin the blended fibres into fine yarn to make fabrics. Finally, they finish the production with care to create a high-quality product.
The LnSquared Earth Positive range is made from 100% organic materials.
Their T-shirts are produced exclusively using organic Indian cotton and the entire process is controlled and certified in accordance to the latest version of GOTS.
Earth Positive labelled products are certified under the Global Organic Standard (GOTS), PETA appoved as Vegan, part of the Fair Wear Foundation and undergo annual audits to comply with the FWF Code of Labour Practices in accordance with the International Labour Organisation's conventions.
The T-shirts are made in manufacturin facilities powered by green renewable energy, from low-impact raw materials. The carbon footprint of Earth Positive products has been reduced by some 90% and the calculations were certified under the PAS2050 standard by the Carbon Trust
The LnSquared Fair Share range is made from 100% organic Fairtrade cotton but also carries a small price premium that is passed directly on to the garment workers in India towards their living wage.
By adding a premium to the price of each t-shirt results in a 50% increase in the wages of the poorest workers in the factory in India. Working with the Fair Fashion Network and BSD Consulting, LnSquared has implemented a scheme that aims to deliver a living wage to their workers. The Living wage should cover the basic needs of the workers and their families, allow for some savings and must be earned within a 48 hour week.
The cost between the current wage and the living wage is added onto the cost of each t-shirt and this premium is paid directly to the workers with their monthly wages.