From the beginning, our mission has been to create high-quality garments in the most responsible and ethical way. To this end, we integrate sustainability into everything we do by making specific decisions about who we work with, how we work, and what materials we use. We engage in every phase of our supply chain, build long-term relationships with the suppliers we work with, and have an innovative company culture - all of which constantly drive us to make a real difference.
WE ONLY WORK WITH 100% ORGANIC COTTON AND RECYCLED MATERIALS
Why did we decide to choose products made with organic cotton?
1. Protect the oceans from microfiber pollution.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources estimates that around 1.7 million tons of microfibers end up in seas or oceans each year, threatening marine species as well as the most sensitive ecosystems, such as coral reefs.
2. Conserve the world's water and energy resources.
It takes 6,800 liters of water to produce enough cotton for a pair of jeans. In fact, cotton's water requirements are so high that cotton production has contributed to the disappearance of the Aral Sea in Central Asia.
Organic cotton has a much smaller environmental footprint. Organic cotton production requires 71% less water and 62% less energy than GMO cotton production.
4. Reduce your exposure to dangerous toxins.
GMO cotton is one of the most toxic crops in the world. It is grown on only 2.5% of the world's agricultural land, yet it accounts for up to 25% of global insecticide use.
Organic cotton farmers use only organic fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides to prevent pests and diseases. This reduces the risk of health problems, while protecting agricultural workers and reducing environmental pollution.
8. Supports organic farming.
The responsible and sustainable production of organic cotton provides a variety of environmental benefits, including the reduction in the use of different products such as fertilizers and industrial pesticides.
They help maintain a healthy ecosystem, including healthy soil, which is a basic principle of organic farming.
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