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About Us

Peachy Den celebrates the easy intersection between slinky sensuality and plush comfort. Designed for daily life and all its natural shifts, Peachy Den constructs clothes from fabrics that prioritise movement and all-hours cosiness, while still being flattering for each peachy figure.

We are a brand led by women, designing clothes for women who dress for themselves. Our peachy pieces make an ordinary day more playful, and more sexy. Our silhouettes are self-aware and built from slinky stretch fabrics to frame your figure, because we believe body confidence doesn’t have to come at the expense of body comfort. We create clothes for everyday empowerment. The freedom to feel like you, whether dressed up or dressed down.

Led by women, designing clothes for women who dress for themselves.

Get in touch

General Enquiries

Info@peachyden.co.uk

Press & Collaboration

Isabella@peachyden.co.uk

Sustainability

Designed in London and inspired by its distinctive attitude, we celebrate an ‘all seasons’ approach: offering a playful Peachy palette with everlasting appeal. We play with fashion and fabric and don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we do keep our eyes wide open to our impact on the world. Our mindset is mindful production - where we can, we source fabric in the UK and manufacture here too. We prioritise high quality natural fibres and often work with ‘end of roll’ fabrics that otherwise would have gone to waste.

We say no to greenwashing and yes to transparency. We are conscious of using materials that last, because we know our Peachy people need their clothes to keep up with their lives. To ensure we can continue to use fabrics with a high content of natural and recycled fibres, we have expanded our sourcing to include Portugal and Italy, where we have found organic and sustainably produced fabrics in both countries. To avoid unnecessary carbon emissions, we have expanded our production to include particular trusted manufacturers in the same locations as the fabric is produced. With a zero-waste spirit, we try to reduce and reuse our own waste wherever possible, turning fabric scraps into scrunchies and selling samples on Depop.