The Moose Hub was created to inspire, inform & engage with you for a more sustainable world.
We promote eco friendly living, fair & ethical trade, & celebrate diversity & artisan skills.
We offer a range of stylish, thoughtful clothes, gifts & homewares, focussing on comfort, traditional artisan skills, natural materials, long-lasting quality, with a little fun.
- Value the people and communities that make our products
- Respect the natural environment
- Promote Fair Trade and ethical business practices
- Seek out natural, organic, low carbon products that celebrate traditional artisan skills
- Celebrate upcycling, recycling and re-using
- Have fun doing what we do
- Always ask who made what we buy and how it was made.
Lata, Usha, Nicole, Madu, Guddu and Indra in the workshop, Rajasthan, India
We seek products that satisfy the following criteria. We undertake research, speak with and visit suppliers and makers to check these criteria.
The product has Fair Trade certification.
Our People & Partners:
Much of our clothing and accessories range is made by The Stitching Project in Rajasthan, India. The Stitching Project is a social enterprise dedicated to producing quality work that contributes fairly to the livelihood of the producers. They are a member of Craft Mark, denoting genuine Indian handicraft/artisan techniques.
The Moose Hub was founded by Nicole, who combines her passion for sourcing eco friendly, artisan and fair trade/ethically made wares with sustainability consulting and as much adventurous travel as possible. Nicole has a background in environmental science and sustainability training.
Our clothing model is Emma, an RMIT student passionate about plastic-free, plant-based living, sustainable architecture and a good dal bhat in the Himalayan mountains. To help you with clothes sizing in our photos, Emma is 182cm tall, and generally wears a size 10 top and size 12 pants.