Wear it.

Take care of it.

Bury it when done.

Americans purchase nearly 70 garments each year and throw out 80 pounds of clothing during that same time.

We're spending less than 4% of our incomes on clothes while also buying up to five times the amount that we were in the '80s. Fast fashion has conditioned generations of Americans to celebrate throw-away culture through the proliferation of its business model.

Know that every single article of clothing on your body right now has taken upwards of a year to make.

From seed to finished product, that’s a year plus of energy, resources, and labor.

Garment making is emission heavy, no matter how you spin it.

And we’re now at a point where human activity is the largest driver of planetary change. That’s why it’s important that everyone does their part.

We’re not a fashion company.

Gomorrah is a mission-based brand that sells products to fund philanthropy and have a platform to educate the consumer on the effects traditional garment making and throw-away culture have on our planet.

The last thing the world needs is more clothes. We get it.

But we do think it needs new companies with progressive business models to offer better products with more value and pioneer a new way for folks to expect how other brands ought to operate. And so we’ve decided to consider the entire life cycle of a garment and pivot to make clothes that the earth can easily take back without regret for what she had given.

All the materials we source can be composted.

We don’t use synthetic fibers, which can take hundreds of years to break down while releasing toxic chemicals. Everything--even our thread, labels, and buttons--sprouts up from the earth and gets dipped in low-impact, non-toxic dyes.

So not only are our clothes safe for the planet, but they’re also safe for you.

All Things Compostable // Spring 2022

Meet Gomorrah

Gomorrah, LLC is a self-funded, ethically sourced D2C e-commerce company based out of New York City, built around the belief that clothes are investments that are to be lived in, cared for, and kept out of landfills.

The company was established on October 13, 2020 and is owned, operated, and controlled by Itzett Y. Romero and Max E. Sudak.