• Danny Joyce | Editor

Up to 40% off site wide at Human Collective this Green Friday

Green Friday is a great time to invest in sustainable luxury and make a saving on Irish brands whose actions are considerate and kind to both the planet and the people who make them.

Enjoy up to 40% off site-wide at www.wearehumancollective.com and at the Human Collective pop-up shop Unit 24 at the iconic St.Stephen’s Green SC from Friday, November 25th - 28th. The award-winning Irish, sustainable urban wear brand, Human Collective is on a mission to make people comfortable in what they wear and what they believe.

Save up to 40% across their collection of sweatshirts from €70, half-zips from €89, lux hoodies from €80, co-ord sets from €70 and beanie hats €29 come in a range of colours and sizes XS-5XL to suit everyone.


A trailblazing Irish brand that takes both a human and eco-centric approach to business, Human Collective is committed to minimising its impact on the environment by adopting sustainable practices. Using only GOTS certified organic cotton and recycled polyester throughout their collection guarantees premium comfort and durability. Each item of clothing in the Human Collective range is made to last with minimal environmental impact.


Human Collective is Vegan certified (PETA) and Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) certified and ensures the safety of workers who produce their clothing.

Taking the approach of ‘clothing being our most visible asset’, Human Collective is on a mission to make people comfortable, in what they wear and what they believe. The brand uses an ‘equals sign’ as its logo, embodying a unifying symbol for racial, gender, LGBTQ+ and opportunity equality. With each sweatshirt purchased, €3 is donated to three incredible Irish charities Sports Against Racism Ireland (SARI), LGBT Ireland and the Irish Youth Foundation.

For more information on Human Collective or to shop the latest range, visit www.wearehumancollective.com and shop the range at their pop-up store, Unit 24, Lower Ground Floor, St. Stephens Green SC, Dublin 2.


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