Our Principles

At Archer the Fourth, we believe fashion should be equal parts style and sustainability. When establishing the company, Adam Archer wanted to ensure that the brand remained ethically grounded and chose to commit to this through domestic manufacturing using quality, natural fabrics.

Hand Crafted

In order to remain Canadian at heart, the conscious choice was made to manufacture domestically within Canada, rather than sending our business overseas. In addition to maintaining a proudly Canadian business, we also ensure that our products have a luxurious finish after only sourcing sustainable fabrics made of natural fiber with collections consist primarily of silk, cashmere, wool, cotton, and bamboo. We believe the definition of luxury goes beyond the final product and actually begins with how clothes are made, including their quality and longevity, and most importantly, the working conditions and wages of the important people who manufacture our product.

Hand Crafted

In order to remain Canadian at heart, the conscious choice was made to manufacture domestically within Canada, rather than sending our business overseas. In addition to maintaining a proudly Canadian business, we also ensure that our products have a luxurious finish after only sourcing sustainable fabrics made of natural fiber with collections consist primarily of silk, cashmere, wool, cotton, and bamboo. We believe the definition of luxury goes beyond the final product and actually begins with how clothes are made, including their quality and longevity, and most importantly, the working conditions and wages of the important people who manufacture our product.

Natural Fibers

We were inspired to embed our ethical priorities in the very fibers that make up our beautiful garments because of natural fibers in fabric breakdown at the end of their lifecycle, unlike synthetic fabrics, which will only break down into smaller microfibers in a similar fashion to other harmful plastics. These microfibers end up in our waterways polluting the lakes, rivers, and oceans, which are then being consumed by fish, birds, animals, and humans.

Trailblazing

At Archer the Fourth we want to be trailblazers in the industry through committing to our ethical priorities and keeping it simple with Canadian-made clothing made of natural fibers to do our part to make sure the fashion industry does not remain the second-largest polluter of our precious planet.

Trailblazing

At Archer the Fourth we want to be trailblazers in the industry through committing to our ethical priorities and keeping it simple with Canadian-made clothing made of natural fibers to do our part to make sure the fashion industry does not remain the second-largest polluter of our precious planet.

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