On Sustainability

On Transparency

We gon do this in one take

All of our pieces are born again [upcycled] out of fabrics and fixtures we find 2nd hand.
Currently our line has been sourced almost exclusively from thrift stores and used denim shops, but as avenues present themselves,
we aspire to diversify the sources we draw from, be it diverting garment waist that would otherwise end up in a landfill or using fabrics that are themselves comprised of recycled matter.

The exact makeup of each piece will be told with as much unrestrained detail and specificity as we can provide in their respective descriptions.

We ain't here to front you

On the matter of labor, all of our pieces have their materials curated by, are designed, sewn, conceived, all around created by our sole designer, my dad, who prefers to be unnamed.

Our biggest feasible weaknesses as far as us as a sustainable brand go are in the sourcing of our threading, electricity, and water for dyeing. All of our threads have been in our garage for the better part of two decades from when my dad was designing clothes back in the day, at this point, were just using the many boxes of thread he has sitting around so that they can live out their purpose. I could argue their deadstock for marketing's sake, maybe.
We're still learning how to dye so I refuse to advertise we operate as a low water usage "dye house", give us some time with that one. And for our electricity, we don't have solar yet, so we stuck with SoCal Edison's Grid for now.

Certifications for fair trade labor, traceably sourced materials, and independent audits on the ethical merits of our brand are all things I want to do when we gain employees and expand to some industrial capacity;


If any journalists or list bloggers happen upon this page and want me to verify he nature of our brand and all the claims I make on our site, please reach out to me at:

BYCA Clothing

"Unconventional Anti-Brand Bent on Changing High Fashion, and the World"

Copyright BYCA Clothing 2021, All Rights Reserved and whatnot. pls don't steal ; )

On Sustainability

We gon do this in one take

All of our pieces are born again [upcycled] out of fabrics and fixtures we find 2nd hand. Currently our line has been sourced almost exclusively from thrift stores and used denim shops, but as avenues present themselves, we aspire to diversify the sources we draw from, be it diverting garment waist that would otherwise end up in a landfill or using fabrics that are themselves comprised of recycled matter.
The exact makeup of each piece will be told with as much unrestrained detail and specificity as we can provide in their respective descriptions.

On Transparency

We ain't here to front you

On the matter of labor, all of our pieces have their materials curated by, are designed, sewn, conceived, all around created by our sole designer, my dad, who prefers to be unnamed.

Our biggest feasible weaknesses as far as us as a sustainable brand go are in the sourcing of our threading, electricity, and water for dyeing. All of our threads have been in our garage for the better part of two decades from when my dad was designing clothes back in the day, at this point, were just using the many boxes of thread he has sitting around so that they can live out their purpose. I could argue their deadstock for marketing's sake, maybe. We're still learning how to dye so I refuse to advertise we operate as a low water usage "dye house", give us some time with that one. And for our electricity, we don't have solar yet, so we stuck with SoCal Edison's Grid for now.

Certifications for fair trade labor, traceably sourced materials, and independent audits on the ethical merits of our brand are all things I want to do when we gain employees and expand to some industrial capacity;

If any journalists or list bloggers happen upon this page and want me to verify he nature of our brand and all the claims I make on our site, please reach out to me at:

Copyright BYCA Clothing 2021, All Rights Reserved and whatnot. pls don't steal ; )