We love clothing…

but we also know that clothing is harmful to the environment. This is why we do everything we can to be as sustainable as possible. Our clothing, labels and shipping bags are therefore made from sustainable materials whenever possible.

Organic cotton
No use of fertilizers and chemical pesticides
Production process where less water and energy are consumed
Production process where fewer greenhouse gases are emitted
No harmful chemicals are used during dyeing.

Moreover, not only environmental aspects are considered, but certainly also the working conditions of employees. For example, minimum wages, prohibition of child labor and having safe and hygienic working environments. So when producing sustainable clothing, all these conditions are taken into account.

Recycled polyester (rPET)
Obtained by melting and re-spinning existing plastic into a new polyester fiber. Although much attention is given to rPET, made from plastic bottles and packaging discarded by consumers, polyethylene terephthalate can actually be reused from both post-industrial and post-consumer materials. For example, five soda bottles yield enough fiber for an XL T-shirt.

Prevent plastics from ending up in landfills and in the ocean.
rPET is as good as new polyester, but requires fewer raw materials.

PEFC-certified and climate neutral
The clothing label paper is PEFC certified. This is an international label for wood (products) and paper. Wood with the PEFC label comes from sustainably and socially managed forests.
And it’s climate-neutral printing. This means that the greenhouse gases produced during printing are offset. The amount we pay for this will be invested in the printing plant’s current climate projects. CO2 emissions are offset elsewhere.