We value the importance of sustainable fashion, and we are on a journey to becoming more sustainable as a brand.

Where possible, we are working toward sourcing environmentally friendly fabrics and aim to minimise the use of harmful chemicals, excessive water, energy usage and waste used in crafting our products.

Some of our most used fabrics, such as, cotton, cotton embroidery anglaise, embroidery silk cotton, viscose, linen and ramie have become signature choices for MOS brand, with moving toward sustainable options our eventual goal.

As a part of our 2023/24 goals we will be favouring fibres that are eco-friendly in their composition and construction. We actively source textiles that have the following criteria;

- Created using renewable resources
- Reduced energy and water input required in processing
- Less chemical usage and consequently less toxic to humans and the planet 
- Can be washed less frequently and at lower temperatures



Is created from plastic PET bottles, such as clear plastic water bottles. These bottles that would otherwise end up in the ocean or landfill. Globally, 80 billion plastic bottles are produced annually and it takes 800 years for the plastic to biodegrade. Recycled polyester uses up to 53% less energy than normal polyester and reduces our dependence on petroleum - the main raw material used in polyester. Another benefit is that the garments created from recycled polyester can be recycled again and again with no degradation of quality, allowing us to minimize wastage. We acknowledge that micro plastics are released to the oceans when recycled polyester garments are washed so we advise a green dry clean or gentle hand wash with minimal water waste.


Viscose is made from regenerated cellulose derived from the wood in trees. Our viscose has been sourced from renewable forests that are neither ancient or endangered.


Linen is long lasting, recyclable and biodegradable. Linen leaves no waste and requires less energy, water and pesticide.