We are dedicated to making sure every step of our process holds a positive impact on people
and the planet.


When we created Journey London, we wanted it to be an eco-conscious alternative for your regular teen intimates. Mainly because the fabric type and quality of most existing choices are not ideal for the climate change crisis. So we took the matter into our own hands.

Our production process primarily uses bamboo-based fabric for the following reasons:

  • It consumes relatively less water than other plants.
  • It grows faster so the same farmland can be used to grow multiple batches within a shorter time period.
  • It consumes more carbon dioxide (Co 2) and releases more oxygen (O) which purifies the surroundings naturally.
  • It acts as a second skin. The fabric is sweat-resistant, hypoallergenic and super soft.
  • A part of our fabric directory is also highly focused on zero waste.

What is zero waste?

“The conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without burning and with no discharges to land, water, or air that threaten the environment or human health.”—Zero Waste International Alliance, 2018

Why is it a responsible choice?

The sports bras are made using textile waste from other projects. We enjoy the process of rescuing valuable materials before they end up in landfills. Through this, we craft your high-quality bras, scrunchies and headbands.


We work with a family-run production that is proud to create something so special for you. Every little detail is crafted with passion and love for meaningful day-to-day wear.

Period poverty is a serious issue in Sri Lanka; 70% of the menstruating population tackle poverty alongside other social struggles. In the long term, we are looking to allocate a portion of our profits in a reusable period panty project in the country.

In the U.K, we would like to invest in a circular economy where customers can send back their used bras to children who need them. Journey London can facilitate this through a charity in Birmingham that works to provide clothing and basic necessities to refugees. We are hoping our intimates will always find a special place in another welcoming home as opposed to ending up in a landfill.

Through our efforts, we want to enable a safe retail space where you could shop responsibly with a purpose.