Organic Cotton Done Differently

Organic Cotton Done Differently

Total raised £114

raised so far



All clothing is made with 100% organic cotton, it's 100% recyclable, and printed in the UK in a renewable energy powered factory.

We're still collecting donations

On the 26th May 2023 we'd raised £114 with 7 supporters in 28 days. But as every pound matters, we're continuing to collect donations from supporters.

My graphic tee's are loud, graphic, cheeky, minimalistic and humorous. It all started with quotes I used to say during my gossip conversations with my girlfriends and evolved into the life quotes my father used to tell me.


- This tee's pictured will be apart of the first collection launching Summer 2023.


Russell Clarke clothing is carbon neutral, certified organic and circular design. By using this business model I am able to cut clothing waste that is associated with fast fashion because fast fashion doesn't have to hurt the environment, and that's what makes me feel good about my brand. I have the utmost confidence in my designs and plan to expand my tee collections.


Russell Clarke tee's will be printed using water-based inks and plant-based packaging instead of plastic mailers, we use packaging made from plants. It’s still rip and splash-proof, to keep your order safe. 


How Do We Achieve This?

We work with a UK based company called Teemill that will print and fulfill your orders. I chose this company because they are in line with my values and love for the environment. They make each t-shirt from start to finish using renewable energy that has a low carbon footprint. Each tee I create is 100% recyclable so when your done wearing it, you can always send it back to be remade into something else. Teemill's approach to eco friendly engineering is what I love best. Hence why I'm only seeking £2,000 as a lot of the tasks, and company setup including equipment would cost much much more than just the £2,000 I want to raise.

(Financial Breakdown Of Costs)



What Made You Decide To Create Your Clothing Brand Now?

I was in an abusive relationship which caused me to give up on ever being a designer or having my own business. It's been a long journey of healing and finding myself again, hence why I'm now living my truth and doing the thing that makes me happy, and that's fashion. 

Where Did The Name Russell Clarke Come From?

The Name Russell Clarke is my fathers surname "Russell" and my grandfathers surname "Clarke" it has such a nice ring to it, so decided to stick with it.

Where Is The Cotton From?

The cotton is grown in North India, where monsoons fill reservoirs that supply the water needed, without irrigation, making it eaiser to farm. What I love about Organic cotton is that It’s natural, durable, and comfortable. 

What Percentage Is Recyclable? 

100% is recyclable. When products arrive back at the factory, they separate them according to colour, and turn them back into yarn. The yarn from old products is turned into new fabric, which is then cut and sewn into a new product, ready to be printed. This allows them to make recycled products that are still just as vibrant and soft as virgin cotton, that's why I have chosen teemill to create my t-shirts.

I hope this has answered some of the questions you've had. For more content visit my Instagram  brand page. 

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This project offered rewards

£20 or more

Limited Edition thank you t-shirt

This t-shirt has been design especially for those who have pledged the amount of £20. (please use the right email address as I will email to confirm your size and mailing address)

£10 or more

Free cotton, reusable bag

A free cotton reusable bag will be sent to you. This bag will be especially designed as a thank you for supporting me. (please use the correct email as I will need to confirm your address)

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