Introducing our New Sustainable, Reusable Face Masks

Introducing our New Sustainable, Reusable Face Masks

Using our offcuts from our GOTS certified organic cotton fabric that is manufactured in Australia plus our 100% Lenzing Tencel, the masks are sewn in our women led, Ethical Clothing Australia accredited and B Corp certified Arnsdorf Atelier in Collingwood.

Please not that these masks are for personal community use and they are not medical grade.

We are currently making these now and will ship in the next couple of days.  They will be arriving in store early next week!

Anna wears our Jo Coat in Chocolate with our Face Mask in Reversible Seafoam & Clay Tencel

Seafoam and Clay Reversible Tencel Face Mask

Made from 3 layers of of our sustainable fabrics offcuts

- 1st outer layer 100% Lenzing Tencel

- 2nd layer organic 100% cotton jersey

- 3rd outer layer 93% lyocell and 7% spandex. 

- Rib bind organic cotton ear loops.

- Machine washable 

 

White Organic Cotton Face Mask

Made from 3 layers of of our sustainable fabrics offcuts

- 1st layer organic 100% cotton jersey

- 2nd layer organic 100% cotton jersey

- 3rd outer layer Japanese organic cotton rib jersey

- Rib bind organic cotton ear loops.

Black Organic Cotton Face Mask

Made from 3 layers of of our sustainable fabrics offcuts

- 1st layer organic 100% cotton jersey

- 2nd layer organic 100% cotton jersey

- 3rd outer layer Japanese organic cotton rib jersey

- Rib bind organic cotton ear loops.

 

Arnsdorf is B Corp Certified and this July is B Corp month, which brings awareness to a movement of businesses that seek out new ways of doing business that drive social performance, environmental impact and public transparency.

Today you can join an hour long webinar discussing opportunities and challenges facing B Corp companies.

Moderated by Hayley Hewitt, People Experience Manager at Portable, the webinar features our Founder and Creative Director Jade Sarita Arnott as well as:

  • Whitney Teluk, HR Training and Impact Lead at Hub Australia and Co-Founder of Monochrome Coffee 
  • Sarah Kaur, Partner and Head of Strategy at Portable  
  • Peter Rutter, GM Strategy, Brand & Community Development at Beyond Bank Australia

 

Read more details or register to join here.

 

Make Damper with Nornie Bero

When you can't look at another banana bread.

Melbourne based Torres Strait Islander (Meriam) chef Nornie Bero is running a live online workshop this morning to make some delicious damper - Torres Strait Islander style.

How does "wrapped in banana leaves and baked with pumpkin, wattle seed and saltbush" sound? Yummmmmm.

Nornie will give you tips on how to get the perfect damper softness and the secrets on her special ingredients.

This event is free but bookings are essential.

Presented by Koorie Heritage Trust, read more details or book here.

 

Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

August 17, 2020 — Thea Basiliou