HB pieces are designed to last. With an aim to create high quality garments that won't harm the environment, the wearer or the people involved within the pre and post production process. Natural fibres such as linen and cotton are chosen and sourced fair trade, certified GOTs organic where possible. Alternatively some fabrics may be designer surplus and end of run rolls (LIMIT fabrics).

  • Japanese Cotton Drill

    100% Cotton
    Available in Black, and Sand.
    Origin: Japan.
    Cold hand wash recommended.
    A lovely durable mid weight drill used for Harvey Pant and Cross Back Skirt . Will soften with wear.

  • Cotton Canvas

    100% Cotton
    Available in Natural.
    GOTs Certified Organic, and Fair Trade certified.
    Origin: India.
    Cold hand wash recommended
    Please Note: This fabric has been pre washed, yet slight shrinkage may still occur.
    A lovely durable mid weight canvas used for Harvey Pant, Cross Back Skirt, and Market Bag. Will soften with wear.

  • Japanese Cotton Seersucker

    100% Cotton.
    Available in Black, and Cream.
    A lovely light-weight cotton used for Poet Shirt, Daise Vest, and Jimmy Pant. Will relax and shape to your body with wear.

Within HB LIMIT –

Special edition and small releases of dead stock garments are available to order.
Garments created may have additional or alternative garment details, and are adapted from pieces within the Archive. Get in touch to find out more about what's available: hello@hbarchive.com.au 

Care Guide

All HB Archive garments are carefully made to be worn well and washed well for many occasions, seasons and years of companionship. When laundering garments it is recommended to always follow the instructions on the product’s internal care label.

  • Cotton and Linen

    Cold hand wash with a natural detergent, pull back into shape when wet, and dry flat in shade. If crease free is your thing, wait until you iron has heated up fully, and iron on a warm setting with a clean towel between your garment and the hot plate.

  • Woollen and Merino

    Swap to a wool detergent for hand wash, pull back into shape when wet, and dry flat. You can find more tips on caring for woollen items on the Journalhere. Cool iron, maybe pop a tea towel over.

  • Accessories or Neither products

    Spot clean is best. If you really need to wash please hand wash with a natural detergent, pull back into shape and dry flat. Avoid using steam if ironing the Reso Bag or Garden Hat's brim.

Washing often, and in a machine may cause fading and shrinkage in your garment. However, your clothes are made to be worn and loved, so in the end it's up to you!