The Zen Hoodie and Sweatshirt range features Japanese inspired bold graphic African fabrics. The look of the sweatshirts is influence by Japanese street culture. Which we give a British global twist. Disorder’s take on Japanese streetwear. We hand craft all the apparel in Disorder’s streetwear range is hand crafted in our Birmingham, UK studio. The Orchid Pink Zen Hoodie is made to order, after you order it. This helps reduce unnecessary clothing waste and ensures you receive a unique slow fashion garment. This might make mean it takes us a little longer to get the garment to you, but makes it all the more special when you receive it.
Disorder is a slow fashion brand. This mean we don’t compromise our design principles and environmental ideas, when we make our clothing. Disorder ideologically rejects fast fashion and its disposable attitude towards clothing. Disorder believes it is important to value our clothing. We design and make our clothing to last. Disorder believe clothing are a precious resource. Which is why we offer our circular economy pledge.
Disorder: Slow Fashion and Sustainability.
Disorder is a slow fashion brand, established in Birmingham in 1998, with sustainability at our core. To ensure our customers receive a high quality, unique ‘slow fashion’ garment, Disorder has created their own vertically integrated, sustainable, fashion ecosystem. This allows us to have our garments fully traceable, giving our customers confidence, their Disorder garment will be made in the most ethical way. Ethical standards are upheld along the whole of the supply chain. We make as many of our garments in house as possible, in our own Birmingham micro factory. Where we have to use an external supplier, we insist they are certified sustainable and organic with the necessary accreditations from independent bodies and standards. Each of these certifications demonstrate that they are working towards building healthy environmental practices and greater respect for the planet, every step of the way.
We also make our own ethical fabrics and print them with our own original artwork. Disorder source British fabrics where possible. We make all our garments in house, thus truly ‘made in Britain’. We do this, not because we are control freaks, but to ensure our clothing is as sustainability and ethical as possible.