Australian designers Deborah Sams and Mary Lou Ryan started Bassike, pronounced ""Basic"", in 2006, filling a gap for high-quality, sustainably sourced basic clothing. Starting with womenswear, the brand now offers men and kids collections.
At Bassike's core is its signature GOTS certified Organic Cotton Jersey. Its minimalist collection of basics and loungewear made in this exclusive textile is loved for its twisted side seams, asymmetric hems, and soft feel.
Bassike denim is made in Japan, with the rest of its collection ethically made in Australia in its solar-powered facility. The brand works via Greenfleet to offset the carbon emissions of their online shipments.
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Ninety Percent make pared back luxury basics. Chic easy-to-wear cotton sweats and pieces are the label's mainstay. The labels shares 90% of its profits among charities.