Lyfcycle was founded in 2019 with a simple mission:
to deliver sustainable sourcing solutions to eco-conscious fashion brands through transparent, traceable and zero-waste approaches, driven by constant innovation to reduce the environmental impact of clothing manufacturing globally, for everyone.
WHAT WE DO
Lyfcycle takes a 3-pronged approach to delivering sustainable and circular fashion solutions in order to tackle the environmental challenges that face the industry.
We're your go to sourcing partners for sustainable clothing. With a combination of experience, innovation and sheer determination to give fashion a greener name, we're here for all of your eco-conscious clothing needs. Every Lyfcycle garment is made with the end of a product's life in mind, ensuring we consider every detail of a garment when sourcing sustainable alternatives to more traditional materials. From the fabric fibres to the care label, we've got it all covered. And what's more, you can be confident that the authenticity of all sustainable and recycled materials used in your garments have been verified.
TEXTILE WASTE MANAGEMENT
As part of our commitment to reducing textile waste and fighting to prevent it from going to landfill, we offer a textile waste management service for garments being made in Bangladesh. Fabric waste generated directly from the production of clothes made in partnership with Lyfcycle is collected, sorted and responsibly recycled and repurposed. All of this is tracked and traced via our custom-built web traceability platform that gives our partner brands and retailers visibility of their waste and enables them to measure their positive impact through this solution.
DIGITAL TRACEABILITY SOLUTIONS
The Lyfcycle mobile app ties together all aspects of what we do to engage consumers and bring them into the ever-growing discussion on sustainable fashion. Every Lyfcycle made garment has a unique QR code that enables shoppers to see the 'Lyfcycle' of their clothes prior to the point of sale. Sharing with consumers how and where their garments were made and providing the knowledge required to responsibly recycle or repurpose those clothes when no longer wanted.