✿ We care about the planet & produce
making as little waste is possible
on our production processes.
We hand screen-print everything in our Berlin studio.
✿ We use water-based inks
& sustainable materials.
✿ We don't use plastic in our packagings.
✿ We take steps everyday to make things the best we can.
Being an ethical and sustainable company is the major value
of our business and we work hard daily to do things right.
✿ 100% Organic OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified Tote.
Tested for harmful substances.
✿ 100% Organic Cotton OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified Tees.
Tested for harmful substances.
✿ 80% Organic Cotton OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified Tees.
20% is made of recycled plastic ( Actually made of old bottles!)
Tested for harmful substances.

Each time you buy an organic cotton T-shirt instead of a conventional cotton one, you are reducing water consumption by 91% (around 397 litres of water).

Organic Cotton is also grown within a rotation system that builds soil fertility, protects biodiversity, and is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, toxic pesticides or GMOs.  

Our suppliers are members of The Better Cotton Initiative

What's that?

The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. Together with their partners, BCI provides training on more sustainable farming practices to more than two million cotton farmers in 21 countries. In the 2017-18 cotton season, licensed BCI Farmers produced more than five million metric tonnes of “Better Cotton” – that accounts for around 19% of global cotton production!* BCI is striving to transform cotton production from the ground up by helping cotton farmers adopt sustainable agricultural practices and produce “Better Cotton” – better for farmers, the environment and the textile sector’s future.
Transforming global cotton production starts with farmers. Supporting farmers sits at the core of BCI. By 2020, BCI aims to support 5 million cotton farmers in adopting more sustainable agricultural practices and improving their livelihoods.
To do this, BCI focuses on the diverse social, environmental and economic challenges faced by cotton farmers around the world, from drought in Australia to flooding in China and gender equality in Pakistan.
BCI comprehensive programme of training, practical demonstrations and knowledge-sharing helps farmers to raise their yields, reduce their impacts on the environment and improve working conditions. BCI addresses multiple environmental issues – from soil health and pesticide use to water stewardship – and raises awareness of the importance of Decent Work (defined by the International Labour Organization) as work that provides opportunities for people to work productively in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity, focusing in particular on promoting women’s empowerment and preventing child labour. The collective impact of all our efforts helps to strengthen local economies and promote sustainable development.
Being a member of BCI helps to demonstrate that an organisation is committed to sourcing sustainable raw materials and supporting sustainable cotton. At our supplier's company, cotton accounts for 95% of all the raw materials we use for products, so it is a critical commodity for us. BCI is crucial to help us reduce our impact on the environment and to prove that to our customers and key stakeholders.