wise enough for sustainability

WE ARE WISE ENOUGH
FOR SUSTAINABILITY

OUR PHILOSOPHIE - FOR OUR TOMORROW

Certified with the most legit certifications in the industry we stay true to our values. Having seen the distructive effect of the conventional fashion industry on our planet, it is clear we need a better alternative. Fashion industry is the second worst pollutants on our planet and working conditions are still cruel and inhuman. Our mission is to be a positive alternative, to always use the most sustainable fabrics and to secure better working conditions  and wages for workers and their families. By working with some of the most solid certifications in industry we make sure these are not just empty words.

OUR FABRICS

100% Natural

ORGANIC COTTON

91% less water consumption

0% toxic chemicals

46% less CO2 emissions

LESS WASTE - MORE TASTE

RECYCLED POLYESTER

91% less water consumption

59% less energy consumption

32% less CO2 emissions

Our certificates

Global Recycled Standard

The Global Recycled Standard is a holistic certification for products with recycled content. The desired effect of the GRS is to provide brands with a tool for more accurate labeling, to encourage innovation in the use of reclaimed materials, to establish more transparency in the supply chain, and to provide better information to consumers.

Organic content standard 100

The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is an international, voluntary standard that provides chain of custody verification for materials originating on a farm certified to recognized national organic standards. The standard is used to verify organically grown raw materials from the farm to the final product. Individual sites are certified by independent, third-party certification bodies using annual audits. Material is tracked from the farm to the final product following the requirements of Textile Exchange’s Content Claim Standard.

Peta Approved Vegan

The “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo allows companies that sell apparel, accessories, furniture, or home decor to highlight their vegan offerings, helping consumers find animal-free products at a glance and make purchases that align with their values.

Fair Wear

The basis of the collaboration between Fair Wear and a member is the Code of Labour Practices (or Labour Standards). The core of this code is made up from eight labour standards derived from ILO Conventions and the UN’s Declaration on Human Rights. This means the Fair Wear Code of Labour Practices is based on internationally recognised standards which have been set through tripartite negotiation.