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Scottish ethical clothing brand Dusty Paw debuts new range
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Sep '13
Independent Scottish clothing brand Dusty Paw Ltd announces the launch of another design. The brand is already known for its selection of stylish, thought provoking designs, from new and established artists around the world, and the launch sees another exclusive image edge its way onto the market.

What sets Dusty Paw apart from your average clothing brand isn’t just its support of independent artists. The team showcases this art on high quality, long lasting, ethical clothing.

Sourcing sustainable, organic materials to make their garments, Dusty Paw then uses only Fair Wear Foundation affiliated manufacturers to ensure that the clothes are ethically and responsibly made.

Being part of something that combines all of your passions in life isn’t an easy goal to achieve, but it worked for Davis Hunter when he took over the Dusty Paw brand earlier this year.

Davis says: “Dusty Paw is an honest endeavour to showcase the work of independent creatives through a sustainable business that works hard to give more to the world than it takes. We aim to create big style that leaves only a small footprint on the planet.”

In a nod to their unique attitude towards business, the team will be launching the new designs one at a time over the next two weeks. Based on a design that proved highly successful during their charitable 2012 November campaign, now they’ve brought a Scottish twist to their Moustache style.

Dusty Paw


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