Plain Tiger Aims To Provide Luxury Shopping Experience That Is Safe For The Environment And Its Clients. Plain Tiger aims to help the mindful shopper discover a curated range of luxury products from around the world, produced by designers and masters of their craft who create with conscious values.
Plain Tiger was founded on the belief that conscious shopping doesn’t have to mean compromising on quality, workmanship, exclusivity or fashion forwardness. By offering nothing less than a meticulously curated range of products that are produced to its exacting conscious criteria, it offers its client’s the opportunity to enjoy a luxury shopping experience that’s kinder to its world.
The company believes it is possible to positively impact the future of the planet and its inhabitants by bridging the divide between luxury and conscious shopping. By providing its customers with the opportunity to discover a range of uncompromising luxury products that are sustainably produced, the company aims to nurture a more conscious approach to luxury shopping globally.
Plain Tiger employs a three-part strategy to achieve carbon negativity: All products available on the site must comply with its conscious criteria. In this way, it is able to ensure that it only represents brands that are actively working to make luxury products more sustainable. It takes every possible step to reduce its direct carbon emissions. For example, it uses sustainable packaging exclusively and its entire team works remotely. It offsets all remaining emissions via its partnership with Pachama.
Plain Tiger takes ownership of the carbon emissions created by its deliveries around the world. After searching for a partner which could offer a transparent, authentic solution, with demonstrable success in achieving its objectives, it has identified Pachama as its preferred partner. Pachama is an emerging leader in the space and it is delighted to partner with them to offset emissions in a way that not only compensates for the environmental impact of its deliveries but also brings social benefits to the communities of the projects that it supports.
The company also recently announced the launch of its Sustainability Accelerator in partnership with Fash Rev, British Council and United Nations open to 15 African Fashion Designers who want to develop a more sustainable brand.