M. J. Bale with a partnership with Tasmanian Merino wool-growing farm - Kingston
As part of the agreement, which includes the exclusive supply of Kingston superfine 16-micron Merino wool for the brand’s single-source suits, blazers and ties, M.J. Bale and Kingston owner Simon Cameron have committed to a series of initiatives including the reduction of livestock methane emissions, regenerative agriculture practices and biodiversity preservation.
"As a brand built on the highest quality Australian natural fibres, we remain passionately committed to the sustainability and regeneration of the environment," says M.J. Bale Founder and CEO Matt Jensen.
"We are driven to make this investment in Kingston with owner Simon Cameron one of the most progressive and ethical wool producers in the world, not just because it’s the right thing for M.J. Bale, but for the health of our natural environment."
“This commitment to Kingston not only allows M.J. Bale direct access to elite superfine Merino wool, but Kingston effectively becomes a laboratory partner for regenerative agriculture programs we’re trialling, such as the pursuit of Carbon Neutral Wool.”
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