Posts tagged GOTS
FUB

Founded in 2006 by Anne Sofie Olrik and Lotte Bundgaard, FUB makes classic, comfortable and sustainable knitwear for kids and women. Every item is carefully created and produced with a demanding regard for details and craftsmanship. The collections are purely made of OEKO-TEX certified merino wool and GOTS certified organic cotton. For 10 years their production has been limited to a minimum meaning that they only produce for orders – not for stock and not for waste.

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Nuage Kids

Nuage means cloud in French. Clouds evoke the carefree days of childhood spent lying in the grass gazing at the sky. Imagination. Simplicity. Freedom. Nuage Kids is a small business based in the suburbs of Paris, France. Born out of a love for design, illustration, animals, nature and of course children. Founded by Jade Rae, an Australian designer/maker who has lived in France since 2010.

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Jackalo

Jackalo was founded by mother, maker and long-time environmentalist Marianna Sachse. Marianna was always happy to receive hand-me-downs for her kids, but noticed that they petered out as her son grew bigger. Kids are notoriously rough on their clothes, their pants don’t last a month, let alone an entire school year, without rips in the knees.

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The Rushing Hour

From the very start, The Rushing Hour has committed to innovation and humanity. They believe in creating positive change with minimal impact to the world. They don't believe fashion that gets replaced every season is "Good Design", but rather making quality garments that last season after season, with a sustainable and transparent process and ethical factories that look after the entire circular process from growing to yarn, from production to recycling.

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Fabelab

Fabelab, founded in 2013 by Michaela Weisskirchner-Barfod, is a playful organic Scandinavian children’s interior brand that believes in creating high quality, innovative and responsibly made products for a cosy and creative home. From their Copenhagen studio, they design products that encourage curiosity and imagination. The products are multipurpose and grow with the family, gathering stories and memories along the way.

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Rakha

Many people are now beginning to realize the negative impact of fashion on people and the environment. Current production processes place economic gains of large companies above environmental and ethical considerations, causing large amount of waste and pollution that threaten people and our planet. Rakha was created with the idea of re-defining classics, considering design for longevity and choosing materials carefully.

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Saint Basics

Everyone deserves a bit of feel-good every day. That is why Saint Basics makes super-soft basics from natural substances such as eucalyptus and organic cotton. Saint Basics products are 95% more environmentally friendly than ordinary products. And 100% free of pesticides, sweatshops, child labor and unfair trade.

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Bleed

After having witnessed the awful environmental and social conditions of the modern textile industry while he was studying textile design, Michael Spitzbarth decided to start his own business in 2009. He wanted to prevent nature, humans and animals from ‘bleeding’. Bleed Clothing, a German boardsport brand, stands for 100% eco, 100% fair, 150% yeahh!!

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Sleep no more

Sleep-no-more, founded in 2017, is a young, new and creative London based brand. Bringing trendy fashion back to babies and toddlers with amazing prints and quality organic products (bodysuits and t-shirts with long and short sleeves) that'll make you go "Oouuu".

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Happsy

Healthy sleep shouldn’t be difficult to find, and it shouldn’t cost a fortune. When seeing the mattresses available in the market, the people at Happsy saw a need for an organic bed-in-a-box alternative that was attainable by everyone. Why do educated, savvy, environmentally aware consumers buy memory foam, gel infused foam and the like - all made with polyurethane foam, polyester fabrics, glues/adhesives and flame retardants? Because there were no better alternatives. 

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Naturepedic

Sleep is central to a healthy and happy life. Research shows that a good night’s sleep helps the body fight disease and maintain balance with its surroundings, making it one of the most important factors in overall health. A good night’s sleep also affects your relationships and productivity, helping you live life to its fullest. Sleep is a time for our bodies to rejuvenate and heal themselves.

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Oeuf

Oeuf, created by Michael Ryan and Sophie Demenge, started with just one crib, and has grown to produce several lines of stylish nursery and junior furniture, kids’ clothing, fun toys and elegant yet whimsical décor objects, sold all over the world. Michael and Sophie live in Brooklyn with their two children, who are their main source of inspiration for creating new products.

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Swearhouse

When Alice Kok and Bart Baekelandt started Swearhouse in 2010 they had a lot of experience in the creative field as designer and illustrator. They wanted to start their own label to be able to sell their own products. They experimented with different media, materials and techniques, but it was not until 2011 that they designed and made their first kids clothes. 

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