wayre is changing how we travel, reinventing the capsule wardrobe so we can go further with less. You can’t enjoy globetrotting without a globe, so not only should you feel cute, but you should also feel confident that your wardrobe isn’t leaving a footprint behind. wayre transforms plastic waste into fabrics for low-impact closet staples. They also pay their workers a living wage to ensure that every step of the supply chain is doing their best. So, say goodbye to overpacking, and love what makes you feel good because your next adventure is waiting.
VETTED BY THE VERTICALE
On a mission to travel easily without the footprint.
wayre’s garments are produced in small batches and use fabrics that are made from the reclaimed plastics found in Taiwan’s landfills.
wayre is publicly committed to ensuring that their garments are ethically produced throughout the supply chain; paying their workers and partners a living wage, having a clean and safe working environment, and being treated equally (plus they’re SA800 certified).
Rachael Kemp is one half of the wayre founding team, and she is an avid traveler and sustainability enthusiast looking to transform the travel industry in a positive way.
Rachael Kemp & Chris Klann
Bluesign Certified Textiles
Rachael and Chris are siblings-in-law, avid travelers, and interested in seeing the Earth through to the end. They founded wayre as a way to simplify packing by having a few key staples, enjoying the adventure even more.