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House of Lacuna approaches its design process with sustainability strategies in mind, always. Their design ideology puts function before form, quality over quantity and slow over fast. But this doesn’t make their beautifully crafted, women’s clothing any less wearable. In fact, the trans-seasonal wearability of our collections is what makes House of Lacuna so special.

House of Lacuna have implemented a circular loop in the manufacturing of their product to create circularity in the supply chain, and their production cycle
incubates a sustainable and ethical supply chain too. House of Lacuna collections are designed in Australia and ethically manufactured in a Balinese factory where
sustainable resource management and positive working conditions are
of paramount importance.

House of Lacuna garments are handmade with natural fibres and organic fabrics that can be traced right back to their raw form, where they were grown, spun and produced. Learn more about House of Lacuna here.

Australian designed, ethical, sustainable and zero-waste, eco-friendly fabrics,  and a social enterprise.