About Aware

Aware is a woman-owned company that wants to make a difference by protecting our children, our communities, and eventually the world.

Aware is a sustainable clothing brand created by friends, women, mothers, and sisters with the vital mission of making a positive impact on our earth and giving back.

With 1/3 of couples suffering with infertility – in both women and men – caused by plastics, hormones, and other pollutants proliferating our air, water, soil, and foods…our mission is to create sustainable products that make a difference by reducing exposure to toxins and artificial fabrics.

We are earth friendly… earth focused… earth sustaining. We intend to make a difference – and hope you will too.

Become

Aware

Our sustainable clothing addresses important issues:

Become

Aware

Health

· Skin is the largest organ, it matters what you wear
· 9.6 million children in the U.S. have atopic dermatitis
· 10% of children in the US have eczema
· Environmental toxins are a leading cause of infertility

Environmental

· The fashion industry produces 10% of annual global carbon emissions
· Greenhouse gas emissions are expected to rise 50% in the next 8 years
· 87% of clothing ends up incinerated or in a landfill

We intend to leave a cleaner, more natural world for generations to come.

We’re taking a stand…and making a difference by introducing sustainable, clean, eco-friendly fabrics for your family and the Earth.

Unfortunately, the fast-paced, seasonal deadline-driven fashion industry produces an enormous amount of waste. We’ve seen it first-hand. To combat this, our desire is to make only quality products that last for years, get softer with each wash, and are biodegradable.

Our fabrics are sustainable with a focus on organic and recyclable materials, natural fibers, and no added chemicals. Our clothing requires less water and land to produce than conventional textiles, significantly reducing the carbon footprint.

To put it into perspective:

Polyester t-shirts have an emission of around 87.3lb CO2. In comparison, our t-shirt produce a much lower emissions of CO2.

Our

Fabrics

Our

Fabrics

We intend to leave a cleaner, more natural world for generations to come.

We’re taking a stand…and making a difference by introducing sustainable, clean, eco-friendly fabrics for your family and the Earth.

Unfortunately, the fast-paced, seasonal deadline-driven fashion industry produces an enormous amount of waste. We’ve seen it first-hand. To combat this, our desire is to make only quality products that last for years, get softer with each wash, and are biodegradable.

Our fabrics are sustainable with a focus on organic and recyclable materials, natural fibers, and no added chemicals. Our clothing requires less water and land to produce than conventional textiles, significantly reducing the carbon footprint.

To put it into perspective:

Polyester t-shirts have an emission of around 87.3lb CO2. In comparison, our t-shirt produce a much lower emissions of CO2.

Giving

Back

1 in 5 children and adolescents
in the U.S. suffer from mental health.

Giving

Back

1 in 5 children and adolescents
in the U.S. suffer from mental health.

We want to raise awareness so we can come together and lower that statistic. Our Aware team partnered with artist, Domingo Zapata, to create a panda symbol that represented child and adolescent mental health awareness. Our goal is to integrate the panda symbol into organizations around the world to shed light on the powerful meaning behind it.

A percentage of profits of each licensed purchase of Aware’s product line will go towards our mental health awareness mission.

We want to raise awareness so we can come together and lower that statistic. Our Aware team partnered with artist, Domingo Zapata, to create a panda symbol that represented child and adolescent mental health awareness. Our goal is to integrate the panda symbol into organizations around the world to shed light on the powerful meaning behind it.

A percentage of profits of each licensed purchase of Aware’s product line will go towards our mental health awareness mission.