Weekend lie-ins are looking so much more appealing thanks to my gorgeous new bedding set by Rise & Fall. Crisp and cool and still soft to the touch, this bedding feels fabulous. Classic all white for that luxe hotel feel, I can’t wait for lazy mornings… thank goodness the holidays are almost here!
Rise & Fall bed linen is designed in London, made in India and now exclusively available in South Africa from Klooftique. There are so many amazing ethics about this brand that will make your sleep that much better. They’ve gone to great lengths to understand every single part of the supply chain, from start to finish and from farm to factory. To start with the organic cotton is grown without dangerous fertilisers, insecticides and pesticides and the bed linen is produced sustainably and ethically.
After much research, the founders settled on a manufacturing partner in Southern India. The factory runs entirely on wind energy and also recycles and reuses 99% of its water. Their largely female workforce and their families have access to free education. I love that they are empowering their staff.
Plus £3 from every set of sheets sold in the UK goes directly to Centrepoint, the UKs leading youth homelessness charity, helping to get young people off the streets. In keeping with the company ethos, Rise & Fall SA have aligned with three local charities; Lucky Lucy Foundation, Tears and ORT Cape Town.
The bedding is packaged in beautiful cotton drawstring bags which can be reused as shoe and laundry bags for your travels. There is no plastic in sight which makes me so happy! The care instructions are printed onto a paper bookmark, so there are also no unnecessary labels on every product.
Currently the Classic 400 thread count percale cotton bedding is available, with the Super Luxe 600 thread count to follow for winter. So hop down to Klooftique on Kloof Street to touch and feel or shop online here. Here’s to peaceful summer sleeps!
Disclosure: I was gifted a set of Rise & Fall bedding from Klooftique. As always, the opinions and thoughts herein are my own.