A word from our founder:
Welcome to Gaea Collective, a not-so-ordinary clothing brand inspired by my love for nature and a very special plant called hemp. Hemp has the potential to mitigate climate change and it's one of the greatest opportunities of our generation. Gaea Collective is not just a clothing brand; it's a vision that emerged from the desire to make a positive impact and help heal our beautiful planet.
Growing up by the Mediterranean coast, I was immersed in the beauty of untamed nature and learned the importance of preserving it. This inspiration is evident in every piece we create, from the earthy colors and natural textures to the relaxed, minimalistic style.
At Gaea Collective, we believe that fashion can be both cool and sustainable, and we invite you to join us on our journey toward creating an eco-friendly future.
• We use 100% organic hemp to create our garments.
• We work with a family-owned factory that provides fair wages and safe working conditions for their employees.
• We use biodegradable packaging and minimize waste in every aspect of our business.
•We give back by planting a hemp tree for every purchase.
Our mission is to help heal our planet and build an eco-conscious community to pass these values on.
We believe that we can make a difference, and our mission is to inspire a movement toward conscious living and protecting our planet. We created a community of like-minded individuals who share our passion for sustainability and justice. We are challenging the status quo and leading the way towards a greener future.
Our future vision is one where fashion is no longer at the expense of the environment, but rather a way to celebrate nature and show our love for the planet. We envision a world where every piece of clothing is made with sustainability in mind, and every individual feels empowered to positively impact the world.
Join us on this journey towards a better future for ourselves and for generations to come!
Here at Gaea Collective, we use only 100% organic hemp, a fast-growing crop that's naturally antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antifungal. Hemp requires little water and no pesticides to grow, making it an ideal material for long-lasting and eco-friendly clothing.
Our production process is ethical and transparent, with steps taken to ensure fair wages, safe working conditions, and minimal waste. We use only recycled packaging and eco-friendly materials to reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact.
Vision for the Future
Gaea Collective inspires a movement towards conscious living and protecting the planet. We have a community of sustainability enthusiasts who share a passion for eco-friendly fashion. Our vision is a future where nature is celebrated, and sustainable practices are the norm.
Gaea Collective team is made up of three passionate women - a mother and two daughters. We share a deep love for fashion and a commitment to sustainability. Our vision is to create fashion that can be a force for positive change.
As a family-owned business, we take pride in the quality of our products and the values that guide us. We are dedicated to using only sustainably sourced 100% organic hemp and we work hard to ensure that every piece we create is the best quality, comfortable to live in and ethically produced.
Founder & Creative Director
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Hemp vs. Cotton
A product made with 100% hemp does not require any trees to be cut down, as hemp is a fast-growing crop that can produce more fiber per acre than cotton. Hemp requires significantly less water and no pesticides, making it a more sustainable choice for clothing production. The fibers in hemp clothing are stronger and more durable than cotton fibers, meaning that hemp clothing can last longer and be worn more frequently before needing to be replaced.
The number of trees needed for one bucket hat made of conventional cotton can vary, but it's estimated that approximately 2,700 liters of water and one-third of a pound of chemicals. Additionally, it's estimated that one acre of cotton can produce around 1,200 bucket hats, but it can also require around 2,000 gallons of water.