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About Us

• Consciously  • Ethically  • Locally Created Children’s Apparel 

Beau + Arrow Co. is a locally designed & handmade company based in the Tri-Cities of Vancouver, BC. Our mission is to bring something different to the market by making sure that everything we put out keeps not only children’s precious skin at the forefront, but the environment as well. In doing this, we aim to bring different fabric mediums to our collections and a focus on consciously created, handcrafted items by sourcing as many eco-friendly and sustainable fabrics as possible. A few items/processes that we look to bring to you are:
    • Bamboo: considered one of the most sustainable plants because it grows quickly and does not require chemicals or irrigation, and biodegrades more quickly than oil-based synthetics. Our type of bamboo (bamboo/rayon) typically lasts even longer and holds its shape even better than clothing made of simple bamboo fiber

    • Lyocell (Tencel TM): Lyocell fabric is an amazing eco-friendly fabric that represents a turning point in the development of environmentally sustainable textiles. Lyocell textiles are created through the use of nanotechnology, using a closed-loop process that recovers or decomposes all solvents and emissions. This process is 100% Bio-Degradable!

    • GOTS Organic Cotton: Organic cotton is specially grown without the use of pesticides and is printed with low impact dye. It is gentler on the environment and safer for your littles' skin.

    • OEKO TEX 100 Certification: A worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification process. It ensures important legal regulations such as banned azo colorants, pentachlorophenol, cadmium, lead (US-CPSIA), etc. are not used in the making-process. No yucky ingredients here!

    • Lenzing Modal: This fiber is made of cellulose, a natural component of our renewable source material wood, typically beechwood. A characteristic of cellulose is its biodegradability: At the end of their life cycle, the fibers can re-enter the eco-system, preparing the ground on which new plants grow


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