From the very beginning, Seasalt has been passionate about crafting quality clothing that will be loved and worn for seasons to come.

We’re proud of our carefully considered approach. Our collections focus on quality and longevity, using fabrics with organic, recycled and eco-friendly fibres that are better for people and the planet.


In the same way that our clothes are made to last from carefully sourced, quality fabrics, we also nurture long term relationships with trusted suppliers who trade ethically; partnering with people in our supply chain who, like us, feel a duty to care for people and the planet.


From raincoats produced using recycled plastic bottles to fabric made from natural wood, we introduce more sustainable fabrics into our collections each year.

We’re continuing to explore new ideas and innovative ways of making our products as we move towards converting most of our collections to more sustainable fabric by 2024.


From transportation and garment care to making sure the fabrics we use are long-lasting and responsibly sourced, we’re working hard to close the loop on the lifecycle of our garments so that nothing goes to waste.


  • 100% GOTS Organic Cotton
    100% Global Organic Textile Standard-certified cotton to be used across all products by 2024. 
  • 100% LWG Leather 
    100% of our leather to be sourced from gold and silver Leather Working Group tanneries by 2024.
  • 100% RWS Wool
    100% of the wool used in our collections to be certified by the Responsible Wool Standard by 2024.
  • 100% Closed Loop Viscose 
    100% of the viscose used in our collections to be responsibly sourced and made using closed loop systems by 2024.
  • ETI Full Membership
    Seasalt achieved full Ethical Trading Initiative membership in March 2021.
  • Tier 2 Supplier Mapping
    All Tier 2 suppliers to be identified and mapped by our compliance and ethics team by 2023.
  • Environmental Reduction Target setting for Tier 1 Suppliers
    100% of Tier 1 significant suppliers to have developed energy and waste reduction targets by 2023.