Sustainability

Born on the idea of getting lost in secret surf destinations, finding new besties at a hazy sunset, sinking a few too many tins and kicking on into the night. We realised our playground is what makes all these moments possible.

After surfing, living and producing Lost In Nowhere in the tropical ocean town of Canggu Bali, we’ve seen first hand the impact of plastics and other global issues are having on our environment. As a brand, we can no longer be bystanders. We have the ability to instil change and raise awareness within our community.

We’re committing to reducing the impact Lost In Nowhere and our consumers have on our planet. Join us and we aim to not only create rad clothing, but ensure we are doing our part to protect our this epic planet.

 

Plastic FREE packaging 

 

From July 1st 2020 we will start too phase out all single use plastic packaging. Thanks to our mates at Avani Eco all our garments are stored and sent using 100% non plastic, bio degradable dust bags.

When it comes to getting it in your hands, we use 100% bio degradable courier packaging via our mates at Go Sweet Spot. Once you’ve got stuck into the packaging and before you start enjoying your new threads. Be sure to checkout your local compost rules to ensure these hit the right place.

 

Supporting Local Communities

 

We bring you a tropical vibe in every stitch and we are proud to produce our clothing on the island of Bali Indonesia.

We are small growing brand but we ensure every piece is made ethically and those who make our threads are paid above the living wage.

When we first started Lost In Nowhere, Kolis our lead pattern maker was freelancing at a large scale factory. In just over three years, through his work with Lost In Nowhere and other brands a like, Kolis has been able to open his very own business, which now directly employs five full time staff members and many more within his community.

It’s been surreal to not only watch our brand grow but too also contribute to the growth of our workers and their communities.

 

Design & Quality

 

Here at Lost In Nowhere we’re doing our part to reduce waste by committing to small print runs of every collection. We use high quality fabrics to ensure you’ll love your threads for years to come.

Recently we used fabric offcuts to create fabric masks. This initiative also created jobs and support for those on the island of Bali who have been hit by the global crisis.