Monday July 6, 2020

Ethics boys

The founders of ethical clothing firm Grown believe that good clothes shouldn’t cost the earth - in any sense of the phrase

22nd April, 2018

‘We didn’t intend to start a clothing brand,” says Grown co-founder Damien Bligh, “all we wanted was to design enough ethical clothing to wear ourselves.”

Irish ethical clothing company Grown is the brainchild of three former firefighters: Bligh, Neill McCabe and Stephen O’Reilly. Launched in 2016, the brand is now based in Dublin’s Liberties area and produces a careful edit of t-shirts, shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies for men and...

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