Our 2+O® ethos is to create well designed, comfortable apparel featuring high quality, sustainable fabrics for everyday wear. Designed in California and based in Singapore, we pair eco-friendly fibres with gender-neutral designs to create timeless style.
As an Envregy brand, 2+O® embodies its parent company’s belief that doing good for the environment is the first step we can take towards doing good for ourselves.
Our intention is to offer clothing that is safe for the ones wearing it, the ones making it, while staying kind to the environment. Using renewable materials such as bamboo, cotton (including GOTS certified cotton), and TENCEL™, we are driven to offer functional comfort for everyone in our distinct relaxed style.
As a company, we believe in contributing to the betterment of our society. Each year, we donate a portion of our profits to a charity that is important to us. We are a proud supporter of Beyond Social Services – a Voluntary Welfare Organisation that helps to raise disadvantaged children and youths in a positive environment
Behind the brand
Prior to starting 2+O®, Agnes worked in the areas of luxury fashion and entertainment. It was during her three-year stay with her young family in Los Angeles, California, where she first explored the idea of starting her own contemporary eco fashion label for children and adults. As a mother of two, Agnes found that few eco fashion brands featured well-designed clothing using quality natural fabrics. She thus sought to create everyday apparel she wanted to see her children wear.
Based in California, Jenny finds inspiration in architectural lines and textures. Her design style is timeless, seeking to communicate personality through details. For this 2+O® collection, she combines the simple silhouettes and mute colours of Asian styles with the vibrant tones of California. Trained in design at Parsons School of Design, New York, Jenny has consulted for multiple starting brands, such as Sophie Catalou, Giorgio Armani Junior, HaruHaru, and Nina & Nelli, to name a few.