Posts tagged Organic cotton
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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Kings of Indigo

Kings of Indigo (K.O.I.), founded in 2012, designs its garments to last long. K.O.I. makes quality denims, tops and accessories inspired by American classics with a Japanese eye for detail. The history of denim in the USA and the way Japan is developing denim to a whole different level, is the starting point of every collection. No fashion forward styles, but classics you can wear season after season so you can enjoy your favorite pieces as long as possible.

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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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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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SKOT Fashion

SKOT is a purpose driven clothing brand, which offers high quality products that are made in a sustainable way. Clients value SKOT because of the transparent approach towards improving the industry, the inspiring stories about their ambitious journey and because of the quality products they make. The people at SKOT are specialized in the fit and the fabrics, dedicated to give you a comfort feel and a representative look.

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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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Wigglesteps

Wigglesteps are sustainable fashion socks and stockings for people who are anything but shy.
They emphasize their styling, set fashionable trends and show colors. Maybe a little cheekier, maybe a little more ambitious and maybe a little more unconventional than others. These colourful outside, green-hearted and deliciously designed foot fashions mean you can have a beautifully designed, quality created product while supporting companies with sustainable, eco-friendly manufacturing practices.

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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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Trixie

The main source of inspiration at Trixie is the infinite imagination of a child. From newborn to teen, children own an immense fantasy, that they use to discover the world around them. We want to celebrate this fantastic characteristic by developing products and prints that create a playground from which imagination can take flight! The cheeky prints and spot on colors are the signature elements of the brand.

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Fluf

When Fluf was founded in 2005 by Terra Kushner and Nathalie Butterfield it was an exclusive pillow boutique in Toronto.  The store sold colorful pillows designed by Kushner, a former interior designer and Butterfield, a former lawyer. The inspiration for creating greener products came from their families. “We were making a lot of eco-friendly changes at home because we had young families,” says Kushner who, like Butterfield, has two children. 

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First Base

Living and working in Bondi, Australia, in 2013 designer Alison Cotton hit a cross roads and felt the desire to reconnect and create something that was about getting down and stripping away all of the things in life that seemed unnecessary and getting back to basics. She wanted to take her love of surf and sports culture and build something that was clean, simple and iconic, just like Bondi Beach. That something was First Base. 

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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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Re-Athlete

Re-Athlete is a brand that focuses on ecologically and socially produced sports materials. The textiles come from regenerated ECONYL® nylon yarn or organic cotton. The ECONYL® nylon yarn is made from old fishing nets and other nylon wastes (such as carpet fibres) which otherwise pollute our seas and the environment.

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