We focus on our customers and the planet from start to finish. Our process is environmentally friendly and sustainable. We aim to provide high quality products that serve a long term purpose. Learn more about our process and what goes into your quality goods.


Using natural fibers is one way we are able to continue on a sustainable journey. They are renewable, biodegradable and carbon neutral, having minimal impact on our environment as the process does not deplete nor damage our planet in the making. These, along with assuring we look for certifications like OEKO-TEX and GOTs approved fibers. At MARY & MASON we strive to look at every detail and how these may affect our world. 


Using deadstock is a way to combat the waste of material and means no contribution on our behalf. Essentially deadstock is the leftover materials from big companies or fashion designers. Deadstock is a result of a system that ignores sustainability and only focuses on profit.

For MARY & MASON this is a great way towards a better and more efficient and sustainable practice within our fabric selections. The deadstock industry is a bi-product of the broken ‘take-make-waste' model and we believe that repurposing deadstock is making the best out of a broken system.


Digital to garment printing is a technique used to print onto cotton materials with a much lighter environmental footprint. Textile dyeing is the second largest polluter of clean water globally.

The DTG printing method still produces similar results to other methods, however, it uses more sustainable products, allowing the shift to sounder and a more eco-friendly process. DTG uses water based inks meaning no toxins or chemicals and far less water because the process means nothing needs to be cleaned or washed, resulting in minimum water waste.