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Fabrics + Care

Slate is dedicated to delivering ethically made garments that don't compromise on style or quality. This is why we only use natural fabrics in our designs.

Add 100% linen pieces to your capsule wardrobe, perfect for all-season wear. We love linen for its temperature-regulating properties, ensuring breathability in the summer and insulation in the cooler months. Made from the resilient flax plant, your linen sets and separates will become softer and more pliable as you wear and wash them.


Invest in quality pieces that will stand the test of time with hemp, a versatile fabric
celebrated by slow fashion enthusiasts for its eco-friendly cultivation. Hemp fibres are exceptionally strong and durable, making garments resistant to wear and tear. With its moisture-wicking properties, you can comfortably wear hemp all year round.

Organic Cotton

Immerse yourself in the softness of organic cotton, ethically produced and free from
harmful chemicals, pesticides, and GMOs. Organic cotton uses 91% less water and 62% less energy than conventional cotton. With its natural breathability and hypoallergenic qualities, organic cotton provides comfort while promoting environmental stewardship.
.Sustainability is at the core of everything we do, and our commitment to eco-conscious fabrics is unwavering. We're not perfect, but we strive to minimize environmental impact by only sourcing natural fibres for our designs.

Slate locally crafts each garment in small batches - right here in Vancouver, Canada.
GARMENT CARElinen care
You are quickly becoming a conscious shopper by choosing natural fabrics to be a staple in your wardrobe. To maximize your garments lifespan, make sure to take the proper precautions caring for your pieces. We encourage you to hand wash your Slate garments in cold water and lay flat or hang to dry. Minimize the use of detergent to protect the fibres and do not tumble dry. 
To smooth out wrinkles, we suggest steaming your garment. Steam adds moisture to the fabric while softening it and removing any creases. If you prefer to iron, do this while the garments are slightly damp and use a high setting with lots of steam and heat.