To help you understand how our products have been made, we’ve added the below icons on each product page where applicable.
We are committed to using natural fibres as they are biodegradable and will one day be returned to the soil without harming it. Kinder to skin and designed to last.
We value our work with highly skilled craftsmen and their traditional techniques. This garment has been either wholly crafted or partly crafted by hand.
In coordination with Greenpeace, this yarn has been produced without hazardous chemicals so the water that leaves the production plant is cleaner than the water that entered it.
Made using upcycling techniques. We minimise waste by repurposing fabric off-cuts and discarded materials from previous collections, giving them a second life as a new garment or object to be cherished.
Colours as nature intended with no risk of pollution from dying.
Organic cotton is better for our environment and the soil as the crops aren’t treated with pesticides, insecticides or herbicides.
Where we have had to use some man-made fibres to enable stretch in this product, we have chosen a recycled fibres which are produced with a reduction in CO2 emissions, water consumption, and use of energy from renewable resources.
Hemp is a fast- growing, fully biodegradable plant fibre which can be recycled and reused.
We take great care to ensure our wool is sourced from reputable spinners with animal welfare at the heart of their supply chain. We value the beauty, resilience and recyclable properties of this natural fibre.
Using only the finest quality cashmere we work with select makers in Scotland and Italy who share our deep respect for this most precious fibre ensuring our designs are developed for timeless appeal and longevity.
Alpaca yarn is lanolin free and therefore hypoallergenic, a soft fibre to be worn close to your skin. Alpaca fibre offers a wide range of natural colours, encouraging less dye stuff to be used in the production process.
Linen is a recyclable and bio-degradable textile made from the fibres of the flax plant which grows without need of pesticides or additional water. We celebrate the natural imperfections and coolness of this ancient cloth.
Made In England
Proudly made in England.
Made in Scotland
Proudly made in Scotland.
Made in Italy
Proudly made in Italy.
Made In India
Proudly made in India.
Made In Portugal
Proudly made in Portugal.
The Butterfly Mark
Bamford has been awarded the Butterfly Mark by Positive Luxury – an accreditation that serves to authenticate the positive impacts of brands and businesses.
95% of ingredients are organic. The COSMOS-standard defines the criteria that companies must meet to ensure consumers that their products are genuine organic or natural cosmetics produced to the highest feasible sustainability practices.
The COSMOS-standard defines the criteria that companies must meet to ensure consumers that their products are genuine organic or natural cosmetics produced to the highest feasible sustainability practices.
The Global Organic Textile Standard is the most respected and trusted certification for the farming and manufacturing process of garments. We are committed to increasing our organic cotton content season after season.