With a big heart for nature, At Work with Camira’s new range is looking after the environment in more ways than one.
October 14th, 2013
At Work with Camira’s lambs and dolphins animation by RCA graduate Dan Ojari, tells a compelling story that will pull at your heartstrings. Made from 100% Laneve wool felt, Camira’s classic Blazer fabric helps to ensure New Zealand’s endangered Hector Dolphins survive for future generations.
Yarn for their Blazer fabric can be traced right back to individual farms in the Banks Peninsula, on the South Island of New Zealand. Laneve branded wool ensures wool integrity and complete chain of custody from identifiable farms to finished fabrics. And for every meter of Blazer sold, money is donated to the New Zealand Whale and Dolphin Trust: their lambs are looking after the dolphins.
Camira’s Balzer range is available in 60 colourways with a soft decotised finish.
At Work with Camira
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