Cocoon yourself in our new cloud fleece pieces
Cocoon yourself in our new cloud fleece pieces
We all need a little cocooning right now, which is why we know you are going to love our amazing new Cloud Fleece. Not only does it feel soft and fluffy next to the skin, it’s made from 100 %...
Why we’re crazy for organic cotton velour
Why we’re crazy for organic cotton velour
We are always looking for sustainable new innovations in our textile sourcing, and we think you are going to love our next generation, sleek new velour corduroy that’s made in the most responsible way possible.
A message from our founders to you
A message from our founders to you
The story of Ninety Percent is one of friendship, collaboration and a deep-felt desire to change the world. For Shafiq Hassan, seeing children living in poverty while visiting family back in Bangladesh had a profound effect on his outlook on life.
Stay warm and stylish in our 100% organic cotton pointelle
Stay warm and stylish in our 100% organic cotton pointelle
We are very happy that our Ninety Percent ribbed pointelle basics are hitting the spot enabling you to keep warm and stylish in the new alfresco social scene. Our pointelle range is perfect for layering, allowing you to stay warm for longer.
Why TENCEL™ is a reason to be cheerful
Why TENCEL™ is a reason to be cheerful
There’s no point looking after the people who make our clothes if we are exploiting the earth’s valuable resources at the same time. That’s why we are really excited about our new TENCEL™ treats including our supremely flattering roll neck maxi dress and the easiest one piece jumpsuit that you can wear day and night
Resort 2021
Resort 2021
Meet minimal dressing with a twist 🍊 We're bringing you our best collection of elevated essentials yet with versatile staples that are so comfortable and become great party pieces when dressed up for the festive season ✨
Why organic cotton matters
Why organic cotton matters
We are all familiar with organic vegetables – not only are organic broccoli or carrots healthier for us, people say they taste better too. Eating fruit and vegetables grown without pesticides and chemicals means those chemicals are not getting into...
How to #SleepBetter
How to #SleepBetter
HOW ARE YOU SLEEPING?  We know that sleep is crucial for our mental health and wellbeing. It lets our cells regenerate, our tissues to repair, and keeps our immune systems functioning. It ensures our memories stay sharp, and helps keep...
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Meet the people who make our clothes
Meet the people who make our clothes
The people working in our supply chain and their wellbeing has always been at the heart of Ninety Percent. In our new film series, we’re taking you behind-the-scenes at the factory of our main supplier, Echotex, in Bangladesh, where we’re...
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Our 7 Step Guide to a More Sustainable Christmas
Our 7 Step Guide to a More Sustainable Christmas
NINETY PERCENT'S 7 STEP GUIDE TO A MORE SUSTAINABLE CHRISTMAS We’ve compiled seven ways to shop, decorate and celebrate a little more planet-friendly this festive season. 1 This Christmas, shop slow and shop better Panic purchases only make for unwanted...
BRAC
BRAC
Founded by Sir Fazle Hasan Abed in Bangladesh in 1972, BRAC helps those living in poverty to reach their potential. The organisation uses an integrated model to change systems of inequality, through social development programmes, humanitarian response, social enterprises, socially responsible investments and health and education.
Grace Woodward is a Responsible Adult
Grace Woodward is a Responsible Adult
We are thrilled to introduce our new campaign - a curated series of portraits and interviews with 'Responsible Adults' who make a positive impact in their daily lives by empowering others and being considerate of the planet. To kick things...
Why you need Tencel™ in your life
Why you need Tencel™ in your life
At Ninety Percent we want to use the best fabrics possible for the purpose of our clothes looking good and feeling good. We also want them to have minimal impact on the environment and the people who make them. That’s a given. If there’s a kinder alternative and it still does the fashion job we want it to then why would we not use it?