Clothing Matters is a world class collection of apparel produced with respect for life. Since 1996, we've been committed to reducing carcinogens in closets, communities
and ecosystems, while supporting social justice.
Our customers come from near and far to experience our award winning collection of fibers, fabulously fashioned by
our local, U.S. & international design partners committed to practices that prevent pollution, conserve resources, and protect people.
We serve a diverse, discerning clientele of men & women spanning five generations, who appreciate better things, including specialty items for children.
For exquisitely comfortable fun, we invite groups of 5 or more to enjoy discovering how good clothing can be.
Add exquisite layers of sustainability to your life...
If you want to prevent exposure to harmful toxins including
formaldehyde, heavy metal dyes, volatile organic compounds (VOCs),
perflourinated chemicals (PFCs) and phthalates,
try changing your clothes.
Allergies, asthma, cancer as well as immune, neuro-behavioral and reproductive disorders are among illnesses caused by chemicals used to produce what you wear.
~1000s of unregulated chemicals are used in mainstream apparel production which is also rife with social injustice.
~1/3 pound of insecticide is used to grow cotton for one t-shirt. ~1800 gallons of water used to grow cotton for 1 pair of jeans.
Your clothing choices directly impact health.
Speaking of sustainability...What are you wearing?
Slip into something more satisfying while improving
personal, social & ecological well-being.