Rozenbroek blends principled fashion with meticulous design, embedding sustainability in every seam of its creations. Located in East Yorkshire, their solar-powered factory, where every garment is designed and handcrafted, stands testament to a resolute commitment to ethical production. The brainchild of Jade Rozenbroek, a seasoned designer with an extensive luxury fashion background, the brand is unwavering in its commitment to minimizing environmental impacts by solely utilizing organic fabrics, sourced primarily from Europe, and rejecting the use of materials like wool and silk. Their garments, celebrated for their durability and thoughtful design, navigate an impressive line between elegance and responsibility.
Embodying the essence of local production, each item is either crafted in small batches or made to order, assuring intentional usage of materials and evading overproduction. The efforts to be circular extend to transforming factory offcuts into other items such as tote bags and face masks, while woven pieces come with a 10-year repair or recycle guarantee, ensuring their longevity. Buttons are crafted from Corozo, a sustainable and ethical alternative, solidifying the brand’s resolve towards maintaining a low impact on the planet. Every packaging choice is also mindfully selected, leaning towards options that are recycled, recyclable, compostable, or biodegradable, underlining Rozenbroek’s dedication to offering viable, conscious, and lasting fashion choices.