Posts tagged Oeko-Tex
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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TAKK Home

Takk means thank you in Icelandic.  For Dröfn Sigurðardóttir and Olla Gunnlaugsdóttir, the two founders of the Reykjavík-based label TAKK Home, there are many reasons to be grateful for. One of the most important one is to have a home in which one feels safe and full of happy moments. In 2016 they founded TAKK Home, a line of quality products for the home, with focus on simplicity, function, aesthetics and respect for the environment.

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Maium

Maium, meaning rain in an old Amsterdam dialect, produces raincoats to protect you from it. True to the Dutch heritage, they combine fashion and innovative design: the zippers transform the raincoat into a poncho. The brand was founded in 2016 by Hendrik (background in finance) and Anita (background in fashion/design), both born in Amsterdam, after Hendrik ran into the problem that his suit got wet when riding his bicycle to appointments.

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Girlfriend Collective

Husband and wife duo Ellie (with a background in graphic design) and Quang Dinh (with a background in sustainable and organic denim) founded Girlfriend Collective in 2015. The brand has always been about more than just clothes, it´s about taking on the ethics of the clothing industry. When they started Girlfriend Collective their first goal was to be as transparent as possible.

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Do You Green

Do You Green is a french organic lingerie brand created by Sophie Young. She wanted to use a more sustainable material to make their products and they found out that pine fiber was the material they were looking for. Wood material needs less water than cotton and the fabrics used by Do You Green come from sustainably-farmed French pine forests (upcycled pine clippings).

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Origami Organics

Origami Organics, founded by Maria Maddalena Falaschi, is an Italian brand for babies from 0 to 24 months with apparel made from milk fiber and organic cotton. Origami was born with the aim of creating clothes that are good for our children, putting first their health and their future which means that the social and environmental aspects of production cannot be overlooked. The fabrics used are natural, eco-friendly and rich in beneficial properties that can take care of your child's skin, respecting the environment and the people who make it.

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Sokoloff Lingerie

Sokoloff lingerie, founded in 2012, designs and manufactures fine lingerie 100% made in Canada.  Created by designer Sofia Sokoloff, the label breathes delicacy, confidence and comfort, while driving an ethical production model. The undergarments are recognized for their exceptional fit and their high standards of craftsmanship.

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Lillydoo

When Sissi Rasche, co-founder of LILLYDOO, became a mother in 2011 she made sure that the products she used for her baby were free of perfume, parabens and PEG´s. She committed the same importance to the production of diapers and wipes for LILLYDOO. The products, made in Europe and developed in cooperation with midwives, are free of any nasty ingredients, like endocrine disruptors, perfume, PEG´s, parabens, chlorine, glyphosate and dioxine.

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