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The fashion industry needs to change.

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As one of the world’s most prolific polluters, and with millions of tonnes of textiles ending up in landfill every year, the fashion industry’s detrimental impact is vast. Improving the way it operates could make a truly positive difference to the future of our planet.

OMNES means ‘all’. It’s our name because we are all in this together. We created OMNES to help change the way you shop, wear and think about clothing. And to encourage the rest of the industry to do it, too.

We want to do fashion differently.
We want to make it better.

Every OMNES piece is designed in our London studio.

Where the creative team sketch out pieces you will want to wear on repeat, this season and beyond.

From there we work with a small, carefully selected set of producers who have been independently audited and signed our Partnership Agreement, to ensure that OMNES designs are created as sustainably as currently possible.

From design to fabric, and production to final product, right through to recycling, OMNES is here to innovate, learn, improve and, hopefully, educate. So that every time and everywhere you shop you will know the fabrics to look for, the styles that suit you and how to ensure they will last longer.

While OMNES constantly strives to be more sustainable, we are still learning, and there is a long way for the industry to go. Feedback is invaluable; if you like what you see or you know a way we could do better, get in touch with us here.

We are proud to be an accredited Living Wage Employer.

But what does it mean?

In 2016 the UK government rebranded the minimum wage for over 23s the ‘National Living Wage.’ 

This is a statutory hourly rate of £10.24 for all people living in the UK (including London), which is calculated by a percentage of medium earnings, and aims to reach 66% of the median earnings by 2024.  

Those under 23 do not qualify for National Living Wage, but instead Minimum Wage, which is currently set at £10.18 for over 21s and £7.49 for those between 18-20, no matter where they live in the UK. The minimum wage is not based on the needs of the employee, but is set by taking into account the average affordability for businesses in the UK.

Whilst many people in the UK live on the National Living Wage and Minimum Wage, these don’t actually add up to the real-life cost of rent, food, travel, healthcare etc.  

The Living Wage Foundation was set up as a means of encouraging employers to pay a‘real Living Wage’, which is a wage that actually covers the true cost of living. This figure is independently calculated and is currently (as of 24th October 2023) £12.00 in the UK and £13.15 in London for all people over 18. 

According to the foundation, it’s imperative to have a separate rate for London due to the inflated cost of resources, and is based not on average earnings, but on a basket of household goods and services (for example a weekly shop or an unexpected visit to the dentist).  

Although not all companies currently pay a living wage, at OMNES we ensure all our producers outside the UK are audited by independent third parties in a bid to ensure that even people who are indirectly employed by OMNES are earning a fair, liveable wage for the country that they live in.  

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