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Since our founding, Electric & Rose has operated with sustainability in mind: we started out in Venice hand dying our leggings in our backyard and making just as many garments as were ordered.

We haven’t changed much.

We still cut, manufacture and dye all of our clothes right here in Los Angeles, partnering with factories and dye houses that are family owned and operated and just as committed to sustainability as we are.
But we’re also aware that there’s always room to grow.

Currently, our industry is responsible for more than 8% of global carbon emissions and a quarter of the world’s chemical use. As consumers and manufacturers, we discard 2.1 billion tons of unwanted clothing every year.

We’ve had the time to reflect. Now is the time for action. 

Since our founding, Electric & Rose has operated with sustainability in mind: we started out in Venice hand dying our leggings in our backyard and making just as many garments as were ordered.

We haven’t changed much.

We still cut, manufacture and dye all of our clothes right here in Los Angeles, partnering with factories and dye houses that are family owned and operated and just as committed to sustainability as we are.
But we’re also aware that there’s always room to grow.

Currently, our industry is responsible for more than 8% of global carbon emissions and a quarter of the world’s chemical use. As consumers and manufacturers, we discard 2.1 billion tons of unwanted clothing every year.

We’ve had the time to reflect. Now is the time for action.

OUR MATERIALS

We are proud to partner with local mills producing natural fiber materials. Going forward, we will continue to add more sustainable fabrics and materials in our design process. 

OUR PARTNERS

Our facilities are LA local, family-owned factories, dye houses + mills. We use whenever possible the most up-to-date sustainable dyes and dye processes to reduce waste and harmful chemicals.

OUR PACKAGING

Every Electric & Rose order is packaged in 100% recycled and 100% recycle-able materials.
OUR ETHOS

We are a small business, and truly cut-to-order. We don’t overproduce garments and we don’t waste. Each order is produced with no overages, and we strive to truly sell-through. Once something is sold-out, it’s really gone.

WHO WE SUPPORT

We are proud supporters of our activist community. We partner with and support organizations fighting for social and environmental change including the LGBTQ Center in WEHO, Breast Cancer Development and Research, Surfrider, The Sea Shepherd & Heal The Bay among others.

WHERE WE'RE HEADED

We make our clothes with the intention that they’re going to go adventuring with you, and we want them to be tough enough to handle the road. But nothing lasts forever. We are currently developing a circular end-of-life goods policy wherein we will return (shipment’s on us) + recycle your used E&R product and offer you - our valued customers - a discount to use for new gear. We’re trying to close our loop, and we want to create a way for our customers to be a part of the process. 

OUR MATERIALS

We are proud to partner with local mills producing natural fiber materials. Going forward, we will continue to add more sustainable fabrics and materials in our design process.

OUR PARTNERS

Our facilities are LA local, family-owned factories, dye houses + mills. We use whenever possible the most up-to-date sustainable dyes and dye processes to reduce waste and harmful chemicals.

OUR PACKAGING

Every Electric & Rose order is packaged in 100% recycled and 100% recycle-able materials.

OUR ETHOS

We are a small business, and truly cut-to-order. We don’t overproduce garments and we don’t waste. Each order is produced with no overages, and we strive to truly sell-through. Once something is sold-out, it’s really gone.

WHO WE SUPPORT

We are proud supporters of our activist community. We partner with and support organizations fighting for social and environmental change including the LGBTQ Center in WEHO, Breast Cancer Development and Research, Surfrider, The Sea Shepherd & Heal The Bay among others.

WHERE WE'RE HEADED

We make our clothes with the intention that they’re going to go adventuring with you, and we want them to be tough enough to handle the road. But nothing lasts forever. We are currently developing a circular end-of-life goods policy wherein we will return (shipment’s on us) + recycle your used E&R product and offer you - our valued customers - a discount to use for new gear. We’re trying to close our loop, and we want to create a way for our customers to be a part of the process. 

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