Challenging stereotypes, #balanceforbetter.

Challenging stereotypes, #balanceforbetter.

Challenging stereotypes, #balanceforbetter.

In honour of International Women’s Day, celebrate you with our timeless collections designed by women, for women. At The R Collective, we believe in empowering women to break the stereotype of sustainable fashion. Together, we are driving the circular fashion revolution. As a female led brand, we believe we are stronger together as we strive to create groundbreaking collections created by rescued textile waste and reusing and reimagining the life of unwanted materials.


Embrace your individuality, unite and stand together. Our team share their support to #BalanceForBetter this International Women’s Day.

Ryde Pants worn with Benalla Tee made from upcycled fabrics

Benalla Tee worn with Ryde Pants


Tess Whitfort, The R Collective Designer
The ‘Avoidance’ collection

"There’s a lot of stereotypes around sustainable fashion and around the kinds of people who are interested in it. Sustainable fashion is often portrayed as natural, feminine, and wholesome. I want to create edgy, grungy streetwear so that badasses can wear ethical clothing too. Environmental issues are going to affect us all, so sustainability can’t just be for people who love the environment, it can’t be a niche, it needs to be for everyone.”


Cayce Jacket worn with Donovan Tank, made from upcycled fabrics

Cayce Jacket worn with Donovan Tank


Denise Ho, Fashion Director
The ‘Start From Zero’ collection

“I created Start From Zero for conscious women who wish to dress with style without sacrificing their ethical values. Our collection is designed to inspire and empower women, offering a creative outlet for women passionate about making a positive change to the environment.”

Sofia shirt made from upcycled fabrics

Sofia Shirt


Christina Dean, CEO and Co-Founder
The R Collective

“The fashion industry needs to find its own solutions to its environmental impact. We created The R Collective to empower creative designers and offer them opportunity to create sustainable fashion, to raise each other up and ensure women have a voice in challenging the way fashion is made.”


Loxton Shirt made from upcycled fabrics

Loxton Shirt


Sharon Tsang, Managing Director
The R Collective

“It’s more important than ever to support each other to ensure we break the glass ceiling and challenge gender stereotypes. We hope to inspire women to have the strength and courage to push for change and believe we can all make a difference together.”


We exist to make radical improvements in how fashion is designed, produced and worn so that we can achieve significant improvements in our three measurable impact areas. We donate 25% of our profits to Redress, reducing waste and driving sustainability in the fashion industry. Learn more about #RCollectiveImpact.


Discover the collections online. Select pieces are available in stores atLane Crawford.