Where can I purchase Human Collective Clothing?
Our clothing is only available through our online store at
www.wearehumancollective.com or in-store at Human Collective, Unit 24, St Stephen's Green Shopping centre, Dublin 2
How can I contact you?
You can easily email us at email@example.com
How do I return an item?
For information on our returns process please see our Returns page
If an item is out of stock, can I still order it?
Yes you can order any out of stock item by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to have your new garment with you within 28 days.
How much is delivery?
For deliveries in the Republic of Ireland, we charge a flat rate of €5. For outside of Ireland please consult our Deliveries Page.
How long does shipping take?
We aim to dispatch all orders within 1 working day and for the item to arrive to Irish addresses within 3 working days.
My order doesn’t fit, can I replace it?
Of course! We want you to love your new jumper, so if it doesn’t fit you can return it for a different size by following our returns procedure here.
What’s the difference between the Iconic Crew and Comfy Crew?
Our Iconic Crew’s are more fitted, heavier (350gsm), have a raglan sleeve and are made with French Terry Cotton, making them nice and cosy. Whilst our Comfy Crews come in larger sizes, are lighter (280gsm), and are made with Brushed Suede Cotton, making them soft to touch on the inside.
I wear larger sizes, do you stock my size?
We stock up to 5XL for the Unisex Comfy Crew Melange Grey and Black. The remaining Comfy Crews go up to 3XL. If you want a different jumper in your size, just email us as email@example.com and we’ll do our best to get it
Are your Jumpers sustainably made?
Absolutely! We think it’s the responsibility of every business to produce sustainably, that’s why all our jumpers are made with GOTs certified Organic Cotton and recycled materials.
What is Human Collective?
First and foremost we’re an Irish clothing brand. We create Urban Leisure clothing that’s environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive. We want people to be comfortable wearing what they believe so we’ve created a range of comfy crews for the modern person that has a subtle social message and uses sustainable materials only. Our first drop are sweatshirts and hats.
What does your logo mean?
We want to spread a message of equality and respect with what we wear. So we chose the equal sign as our logo, as it represents that as human beings we are all equal.
What’s the vision of Human Collective?
To make the customer feel comfortable wearing our clothing and feel
comfortable wearing their beliefs. We all have conscious and unconscious bias and wearing our beliefs can act as a small reminder to guard against these biases.
The logo might be on a jumper now, but we hope it will be part of a global movement to eliminate discrimination.
Are you a charity?
No we’re not a charity, but we partner with three amazing charities and
donate €3 from every jumper sold to support their work towards equality.
Who are your charity partners and why did you choose them? There are so many fantastic charities out there, but we found these charities aligned with our core values and do some really amazing work to tackle inequality, check out more about them below.
SARI (Sports Against Racism in Ireland): We really believe in the Anti-discrimination workshops SARI do and they reminded us of some of the pioneering work of Jane Elliot. Having spoken to people who have experienced discrimination and racism on and off the pitch over the years, we knew this was an area we wanted to support and be a part of.
Irish Youth Foundation: At Human Collective, we’ve always been aware of how lucky we’ve been to get opportunities in life. So when the CEO Lucy Masterson told us that they organised mentorship programmes and apprenticeships for young people and that every time someone bought one of our sweatshirts it would provide a hot meal for a child, we immediately knew this was an organization we wanted to help and work with.
We feel strongly at Human Collective that regardless of your identity or sexual orientation you should be treated with respect and so partnering with LGBT Ireland was a natural choice. The LGBT Ireland provide people with the help and support they need whether struggling with their sexuality, identity or the discrimination they may have experienced as a result of it.
How does the €3 help these charities?
- For every jumper sold it helps by:
- Providing one hot meal to a disadvantaged child through IYF.
- Providing 50 minutes free talk time on the LGBT Helpline
- Providing a staff member for an anti-discrimination workshop through Sari.