Focus on quality rather than quantity.

Words by

Claire Le

Swete is launching their online store this week and we couldn't be more excited.

Pronounced ‘sweat’, the company focuses on high quality street and active wear. Using only certified organic cotton (ACO), Swete works directly with garment makers to ensure materials and processes are top notch. 

Their first range, LEISUREWEAR 01, was released in January 2015 in a pop-up shop in Melbourne


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