At Hempstitch, we are committed to helping the people of Australia and around the world fall in love with hemp clothing. We believe that hemp is the future of fashion. Whilst hemp clothing has always been good for the body, recent updates in textiles technology mean that modern hemp feels beautiful against the skin too and it’s these modern hemp fabrics that we want to share with the world. At Hempstitch, we believe that fashion can be responsible & that through the conscious selection of the clothes we wear, we can look good whilst feeling good & doing right by the planet.
Your Skin’s New Best Friend
Your skin is your body’s largest organ and we absorb much of the world around us through it. Modern hemp clothing doesn’t just feel lightweight & luxuriously soft against your skin, it can protect it too. UV-resistant, hemp is breathable, moisture-wicking & thermo-regulating, making it cool in summer & warm in winter. Odor resistant, anti-bacterial & anti-microbial, hemp is grown without chemical sprays or pesticides, meaning that when we wear hemp clothing, there are less nasties coming into contact with our bodies.
Elevate your Style, Preserve our Planet.
Hemp is natures gift to sustainable fashion. As a renewable and biodegradable resource, hemp grows abundantly without the need for harmful pesticides or fertilisers. Compared to other textile crops like cotton, hemp requires significantly less water, reducing our environmentla footprint. It's durability surpases traditional fabrics, ensuring your clothing lasts longer, and becomes softer with every wash. Moreover hemp crops improve soil health, prevent erosion, and contribute to cleaner air. By choosing hemp, you make a positive impact on the planet while looking stylish.
Hempstitch is a proud supporter of 1% for the planet, an international organization whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual revenue to environmental causes to protect the environment. The aim is to offer accountability, to prevent greenwashing and to "certify reputable giving."