Join PROJECTISR In Our Mission To Show The Planet Some Love

1 Order = 1 Tree Planted

At PROJECTISR, sustainability is the thread that runs through everything we do.

In addition to being one of the most prevalent industries, the fashion industry is also one of the most polluting industries, leaving behind a carbon footprint that is hard to dismiss. From the very beginning, we knew we had to use our powerful platform to do better. 

Our high-quality, long-lasting streetwear apparel is made from eco-friendly fabrics and materials whenever possible, with a consistent emphasis on the importance of clothing durability and longevity to reduce waste. But our mission doesn’t end there. We desire to bring people together not only through sustainable clothing, but by inspiring our clients to make a difference in the world around them.

Through our partnership with Trees For The Future, we have pledged to plant 1 tree for every order you place. Trees are a source of life, prosperity, and nutrition for impoverished nations across the globe, and with your help, we can work to break the cycle of generational poverty and hunger, while also reducing our own carbon footprint.

We Live For Sustainability – And Sustainability Allows Us To Live

Sustainability is not just a trend – it is a lifestyle. It is an impactful mission that combines care for the environment and love for humanity, alongside the values of respect, compassion, and empathy.

Our garments are meant to combine the comfort of quality modern streetwear with artistic creativity, while making a statement about who you are. But self-expression should never mean losing yourself – or the beliefs you stand for. Now you can look great and feel great, knowing you’re making a difference with every purchase from PROJECTISR.

Our hope is that the result of our efforts will create a united voice that will be heard and felt around the world, as we celebrate unity, diversity, and sustainability of the planet we all share.



Learn More About Trees For The Future

Trees For The Future (TFTF) is a nonprofit organization that helps underserved children, families, and communities in Sub-Saharan Africa through their Forest Garden Approach. By planting thousands of fruit and vegetable trees, they not only help enrich and restore damaged farmland, but also provide income stability, social equity, and access to fresh food and water for marginalized rural areas.

The organization teaches farmers techniques of agroforestry, farming technology, and sustainable land use, leading to greater efficiency and improved profitability. By partnering with TFTF, we strive to make a difference not only in the health of the environment, but in communities around the world. To learn more about TFTF, visit


Just one tree makes a difference in providing food security for struggling farmers, families, and rural African communities.

Imagine the impact we can create when we make sustainability our collective mission.

One Product Standard

The ultimate goal and guiding principle of our quality standard are "to enable our customers to shop with their eyes closed," and to have ZERO concern when shopping in our store.

Our designer team examines the entire clothing selection piece by piece and into the very details. We have 47 criteria in place to ensure only the best of the best gets listed on our website. We want to openly share these details with you. Below is a shortened version of our standards:


  1. Knockoffs and fakes are strictly prohibited. We do not allow counterfeits or designs that are not original to be listed on our site.
  2. We try our best to prevent elements that symbolize sexism, racism, or other extreme beliefs. Jokes are fine, occasionally.
  3. The design is approved by at least 2 of our designers.
  4. Designs that accommodate text must not contain spelling mistake (except designed on purpose)
  5. The design is consistent with the theme of the overall store – streetwear.
  6. If the garment represents a certain idea/scenario from the designer, this component will also be considered and will be listed in the product description.
  7. The design, pattern, and fabric used should align.


  1. When industry preferences conflict with consumer experience, we prioritize consumer experience. (For example, fabrics that have higher SPI (Stitch Per Inch) or GSM (Grams Per Square Meter) represent higher quality in the industry but may not translate directly into comfort for the consumer.
  2. Harmful substances are strictly prohibited.
  3. Fabrics selected should be comfortable with bare skin.
  4. Linen is currently excluded from our clothing selection.
  5. All metal parts used must be anti-oxidized or non-rusting, including zippers, buttons, buckles, etc.
  6. Zipper, button, and buckle parts may not have any visual defects such as sharp, burred edges.
  7. Fabrics with higher elongation rates and elasticity are preferred because they generally provide more comfort.
  8. Wrinkle-free fabrics are preferred.
  9. Products that utilize eco-friendly materials are preferred.
  10. The colorfastness must be preserved without major change during the first three washes.
  11. All printed fabrics need to be evenly and firmly coated with no residue on the surface. All coating should remain whole after the first three washes.
  12. Pre-washed fabrics are preferred because they ensure that the ready-to-wears will not shrink massively after the first wash. (Dry clean required product and knitwear are excluded)
  13. Reused stuffing is strictly prohibited in any of our listed products.

Construction/Production Quality

  1. Seams and stitches must be done cleanly with consistency.
  2. There shall be no skipping stitches, loose seams, or frequent opening of the threads in any stitching (including overlock).
  3. No broken thread is allowed.
  4. All embroidered patterns should be smooth. All backing paper or lining must be removed.
  5. The “factory smell” is limited to none or within 10 inches and will be reduced to almost zero after several washes. (PVC products are the only exception as the nature of the material makes it harder to remove directly off the factory line).
  6. No more than 3 loose or hanging threads can be found on a product.
  7. All products should be free of stains such as grease stains, pen stains, rust stains, color stains, watermarks, etc.
  8. The surface of the leather fabric must not have pits, holes and, scratches that affect the appearance or functionality.
  9. The size of the finished garment must be consistent with the designed specifications with a maximum tolerance range of 1.5 centimeters (roughly 0.6 inches).
  10. All clothing products should be ironed flat.
  11. The iron temperature should be kept between 180℃~200℃ to protect the fabric from dead pleats or burnt marks.
  12. The type and color of the threads used should be consistent with the color and texture of the fabric. (Except for special designing requirements.)
  13. Frayed, fuzzy, ragged, or serrated edges are not allowed (except for special designing requirements.)
  14. Puckering seams at all joints are not allowed. (except for special designing requirements.)
  15. Misaligned closures are not accepted.
  16. For collared garments, all collars must be done smoothly. The collar and the lapels may not join together. (Except for special designing requirements.)
  17. Plaids must match at the seam. (Except for special designing requirements.)
  18. Buttonholes must keep the same opening size. (Except for special designing requirements.)
  19. Shading variance between different parts of the same piece cannot be distinct.
  20. All products must be properly packaged. Un-packaged products will not be listed.
  21. Product materials must be listed in the product description with no exceptions.


  1. All washable clothing products must not shrink over 5% of their original size after the first wash.
  2. All garments must pass stretch test – testing straps or elastic bands to examine if they stand up to extensive pulling or stretching.
  3. All garments must pass pull test - zippers or buttons are pulled for 10 seconds with a gauge to assess reliability.
  4. All garments must pass the fatigue test – an accessory is used repeatedly to determine if it stands up to normal usage. For example, a button may be snapped or a zipper may be pulled 50 times or more.
  5. All clothing should have PROJECTISR tag attached.
  6. All clothing will be sampled prior to entering our warehouse.


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