OUR
SUPPLY CHAIN

Ensuring ethical standards and sustainable use of resources in our supply chain

SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

EUROPEAN LABOR

GREEN LOGISTICS

YOUR BRANDED CUSTOM CLOTHING

SUSTAINABLE APPAREL STARTS WITH A SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN

Supply chain

traceability

In many industries, the challenges to sustainability are external and dependent on suppliers across the supply chain. In fact, McKinsey says 90% of companies’ impacts on the environment come from supply chains. Our supply chain is continually monitored and assessed to ensure it aligns with our sustainability standards. We are focused on forming strong, positive partnerships with our suppliers, who in turn advocate the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy.

Our materials

Our company was founded with sustainability at its core. Since day one, our clothing and products have been sustainably made. We use recycled polyester which is made using either reclaimed ocean waste ( e.g. fishing nets), discarded water bottles or post-consumer waste. We also use GOTS certified organic cotton. Our trims are made from natural fibres including hemp, bamboo, flax and vegan leather. Buttons and zippers are tested for harmful substances and have STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® status.

Our factories

At present, all our manufacturing takes place in Europe, primarily in Latvia, Portugal and Italy. This means that these production facilities are regulated under European standards which leads to safe working conditions, fair wages and no exploitation of people. Due to the close proximity of these factories to our HQ, we have been able to build strong relationships with our manufacturers, built on trust. Therefore, we know how they work, and they know how we think.

MADE IN
EUROPE
100% PLASTIC FREE PACKAGING
Logitstics & Distribution

We use DHL for logistics and distribution of our products. DHL is a pioneer of green logistics. They are committed to delivering environmentally-friendly logistics solutions and share our vision of creating a greener future for our planet. In 2008 they became the first major logistics company to make a voluntary commitment to improving their carbon efficiency by 30% by the year 2020, which they achieved ahead of schedule in 2016.