WE CREATE FROM WASTE
Our products are designed for life, not just a season. We believe that the future is circular so we have put eco-innovation and sustainability at the core of everything we do.
We are committed to using up-cycled waste materials and responsible natural fibres in order to create meaningful and gender-neutral wardrobe staples.
Our products are designed for life, not just a season. To tackle the critical issues of overproduction and overconsumption, RiLEY products are made in limited quantities from recycled and natural fabrics that are adaptable to all seasons. A huge amount of care and dedication has gone into making sure that our products underpin R.Concept. We will never hold a sale and we promise that our products are priced fairly.
Seasons might change, but your clothes don’t need to.
"EVERY SECOND, THE EQUIVALENT OF ONE GARBAGE TRUCK OF TEXTILES IS LANDFILLED OR BURNED."
Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2017
Sustainability is often only associated with the environment but in reality it encompasses three interdependent pillars: Environmental, Social and Economic. Our entire business is mindful of these three pillars, the impact we have on our planet and the people that inhabit it.
We are not going to claim that we are 100% sustainable just yet but with ever improving eco-innovation and transparency, we are getting closer to becoming a part of the circular economy.
"SUSTAINABILITY MEANS ENSURING PROSPERITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, WITHOUT COMPROMISING THE ABILITY OF FUTURE GENERATIONS TO MEET THEIR NEEDS."
We don’t design with gender in mind, we design for Humankind. We believe in equality and we believe that anyone can wear anything they want. Through carefully considered design, we focus on creating durable and versatile products that are made from waste materials and natural fabrics.
It is up to you as the consumer to decide what you want to wear and how you want to express yourself. We are working towards extending our size run and our product offer to ensure we can provide RiLEY products for as many people as possible.
“THE PROBLEM WITH GENDER IS IT PRESCRIBES HOW WE SHOULD BE RATHER THAN RECOGNISING WHO WE ARE."