“Doing the right thing has never let us down, fashion with integrity feels good and looks good on everyone.”
Tania Austin, Owner & Managing Director

At DECJUBA, ethical sourcing and sustainability are a fundamental part of our DNA. We acknowledge there is no quick fix to making a positive impact on the planet and we continue to not only work with our suppliers, but also develop initiatives throughout the business to maintain our ethical focus.

The more people who care about the ethical responsibility of the fashion industry the better.

We understand that sustainability is a journey… we have set clear goals to ensure that having a positive impact on our planet is the driving force behind the decisions we make along each step of our ethical journey.

But it doesn’t stop there… we are committed to sustainability and traceability in our supply chain and are continuing to develop initiatives through our entire business. This means being transparent, being accountable and ensuring we make amazing at every touch point from our supply chain to our customers.
Ethical Partnerships
Our suppliers, some of which we have been working with for over 10 years are at the heart of our business. 100% of our suppliers are based in China, 11 of which produce 72% of our total orders. We’re so proud of the long standing relationships we have developed with each supplier, and we continually work closely with them to ensure a safe, responsible & sustainable environment.Read more
Textiles Exchange
DECJUBA is very proud of its Partner Membership with Textiles Exchange and the opportunity this membership provides our team for sustainability professional development as well as the opportunity for DECJUBA to contribute to best practice in sustainable fabrications. Textile Exchange is a global non-profit that works closely with its members to drive industry transformation in preferred fibres, integrity and standard and responsible supply networks. They identify and share best practices regarding farming, materials, processing, traceability and product end-of-life in order to reduce the textile industry’s impact on the world’s water, soil and air, and the human population.
We're proud to have set clear goals to always choose the most sustainable packaging option… by December 2020, 100% of all our packaging will be reusable, recyclable or compostable. Read more