Organic Crew is an ethical, sustainable and organic apparel brand. We do not compromise on quality and our philosophy is based on the production of luxurious designs, without compromising the planet.

Our commitment to sustainable garment manufacturing is our number one priority throughout every development process. From the cotton fields to construction, we ensure that even the working conditions of our manufacturers are of the highest standard within the industry.

All of our garments are made using 100% organic cotton in Melbourne, Australia and Kolkata, India. As a Melbourne based brand, we value local production where this is efficient and of high quality, as it enables us to oversee every development stage and ensure it meets our expectations and ethical standards. Where we see a higher standard of quality and expertise, we look to other global locations with the essential certifications – organic, ethical and fair trade.

We have the following certifications: GOTS (global organic textile standards) & Fairtrade. 

We remain 100% transparent about what we do, as we are immensely proud to be creating not only a brand, but a movement that represents passion and purpose.


We started Organic Crew because we believe it is possible to enjoy luxury, without compromising the environment or people in the process.

  • After years of working in the corporate industry, I grew tired of a world where profit is everything and often at the expense of people and the planet. 

    This is what inspired me to create a brand that cares, gives back and prioritises ethics above profit. I encourage people to ask the question “who made my clothes?” and “what are they made of?” and it is my mission to continually provoke thought around this topic.

  • The fast fashion industry is heavily saturated and yet many people are unaware of the detrimental effect these garments have on the environment and the people who manufacture them.

    Cheap clothing and their by-products pollute water and soil, as well as contribute to a devastating number of negative health outcomes. Not only is the garment quality poor, but it would no doubt have a cost to someone’s life, somewhere.

  • We are passionate and dedicated to making a difference. Our mantra is to *"Be Informed, Be Involved and make a Difference"

    We love what we are doing and we trust you will love what we create.  

    *A quote inherited from my beginnings in the industry via the late John Bell (then CEO, Esprit de Corp).

  • “Harmony with nature, combined with human health and respect for our planet”

    All of our garments are made using 100% cotton sourced from India, which is certified by GOTS – global organic textiles. 

    We also use certified Organic Dyes, which have been produced in accordance with the Global Certified Organic Standard, which prohibits the use of known hazardous chemicals.

  • Organic cotton is farmed in a way that utilises sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. It also ensures the crops aren’t treated with any harmful pesticides, insecticides, herbicides or Genetically Modified Organisms. *Organic cotton farming also uses far less water then conventional cotton farming practices, which minimises the impact on our planet. In effect, the organic crops rely on rain water so are limited to grow in such areas that experience good rain fall and sun. 

  • Conventional cotton farming uses more pesticides than any other crop in the world. These chemicals have a detrimental effect on the environment, surrounding eco-systems, and are harmful for the farmers and workers exposed to them.

    It is estimated that cotton producers use as much as *16% of the world’s insecticides and more than 6.8% of the world’s herbicides, an exorbitant amount for one crop. Conventional cotton production also contributes to climate change, as the industrial fertilizers produced release large amounts of carbon dioxide.

  • We are committed to offering consumers the opportunity to make ethical and considered choices when it comes to the source of their clothing. Now it is up to you. 

    If you would like to read more about organic textile certification, we invite you to head to: https://global-standard.org/

  • Why put something on your skin that you would not put in your mouth?

    The skin is the bodies largest organ and readily absorbs the substances it comes into contact with. Wearing non-organic cotton increases our exposure to the harmful chemicals that are used to manufacture and treat the garment.

  • However, making the choice to wear organic cotton can help limit the ingestion of toxins through the skin and we recommend caring for your garments using a mild and environmentally friendly washing detergent.

    Organic cotton is also suitable for those with chemical sensitivities and allergies.

  • The other issue is that of plastics - unnatural fibres we wear not only reach our waterways but also get absorbed by our skin - choosing to wear natural fibres greatly benefits us and the environment