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Responsible fashion that does good for people and the planet. Each purchase fights food insecurity.


Respect for People and the Planet

Respect for People, Animals, and the Planet

Fast fashion has massive environmental costs, accounting for 10 percent of the world’s carbon emissions, according to the World Bank. The industry is the second-largest consumer of water and toxic textile dyes are the second largest water polluter. Meanwhile, 85 percent of all textiles end up in the landfill each year, and synthetic clothing made from petroleum byproducts, like polyester and nylon, will never decompose. But Hass materials are natural, biodegradable, and renewable. Natural and organic materials have less of an environmental footprint than synthetic fabrics, using less energy and water. By exclusively harnessing natural, non-toxic dyes, we also ensure our pieces are processed in a way that is safe and sustainable for people and the planet.

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Slow Fashion

Hass is not fast fashion. We want you to buy less and wear it more. We build our clothing with its lifecycle at the forefront. That’s why we design each piece with timeless elegance, durable natural materials, and careful attention to each stitch. Doing it this way costs a little more up front, but given their versatility, functionality, and style, our clothes are more practical and economical than something discarded after a season or two.

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Slow Fashion
Proudly Sewn in Los Angeles

Proudly Sewn in LA

About 97 percent of clothing is imported from overseas, according to the Business of Fashion. Often, the clothes are made in factories with devastating environmental impacts and terrible human rights violations, including forced child labor. Intensive carbon emissions from transporting garments overseas increases the greenhouse gasses that lead to the climate crisis. That’s why we stitch Hass products right here in LA with the finest fabrics from around the globe (with the exception of our alpaca line, which is ethically made in Peru). California has the most strict standards for social and environmental responsibility in the world, and the Global Organic Textile Standard has thoroughly vetted our factory partners to ensure we’re working with the best.

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Buy One, Feed One

Through our membership with 1% for the Planet®, we’ve teamed up with nonprofits City Harvest, in New York City, and Food Forward, in Southern California, to fight food waste and food insecurity. Hass donates 1% of all revenues directly to these nonprofits to support the fight against food insecurity.

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Our Magazine

Why We Love Alpacas

Move over goats and sheep. We have a new favorite furry animal — the alpaca.  Not to be confused with their larger ...
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How to Plan a Clothing Swap

If you’ve ever stepped back and surveyed your perfectly organized closet after a clothing purge, you know the feeli...
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Styling Our Collections with Hass Apparel Production Manager Jacqueline

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Why Polyester Fabrics Are So Bad For The Planet

This article is the first in our Culprit Series, where we're unpacking the environmental harms and health risks of ...
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Why Transparent Manufacturing & Made in the USA Matters

Much of the conversation around human rights issues in the fashion industry has been internationally focused. Think...
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A Guide to Those Weird Laundry Symbols

On more than one occasion, I’ve thrown caution to the wind, ignored the care label on a new knit shirt, and hoped i...
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