Eco-nerd yet? You will be..

Our work approach have changed through out the years. We started with many different textiles, each with their own eco friendly qualities. Certifications, is a way, we can make sure our styles are produced in an eco friendly way.
We greatly value the textile certification GOTS, as it does not only demand eco friendly fibres and a sustainable production without harmful chemicals, but it guarantees fair wages and fair working conditions, which to us, is equally important.
Below, we have listed all the certifications that are used in our production and/or textiles. Under each product in our web-shop, is listed which textile and which certification each style has.

Go be a nerd:


The EU ECOLABEL is a label of environmental excellence that is awarded to products and services meeting high environmental standards throughout their life-cycle: from raw material extraction, to production, distribution and disposal. The EU Ecolabel promotes the circular economy by encouraging producers to generate less waste and CO2 during the manufacturing process. The EU Ecolabel criteria also encourages companies to develop products that are durable, easy to repair and recycle.

EMAS - Eco-Management and Audit Scheme

The EMAS Regulation was first introduced in July 1993 as an environmental policy tool devised by the European Commission in a step towards fulfilling the Community’s goal of sustainable development. It enables organisations to assess, manage and continuously improve their environmental performance.

FSC - Forest Stewardship Council

FSC is an international non-profit label for wood and paper. If a forest is FSC certified the cutdown is limited to the amount the forest can reproduce. FSC ensures protection for animals and plants, along with a guarantee for education, safety and fair wages for forest workers.

GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard

GOTS is a certification awarded to textiles made of organic fibres, which from harvest to the final material is produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way. The GOTS certification is achieved if a textile contains at least 70% organic fibres, where dyes and adjuvants must meet certain environmental and toxicological criterias and where all water processing units must have their own waste water systems. All manufacturers must comply with the minimum standards of social responsibility and all production units must have a written environmental policy.

Green Mark
The Green Mark Program is an official voluntary eco-labeling program in Chinese Taipei which was founded in 1992 by the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), aiming to encourage environmentally sustainable production and consumption. To receive the Green Mark certification, products must go through an official verification process, which ensures that the production methods are sustainable and comply with certain standards. These standards include recycling, resource saving and minimizing environmental pollution.

ISO 9001


ISO9001:2015 is a certification awarded to companies who comply with the criteria of the ISO quality management system. The ISO9001:2015 management system helps the factories and their employees assuring the quality of their products to their customers. Quality assurance is beneficial for both customers, who enjoy products of consistently high quality, and the factories that benefit from the returning business of satisfied customers.

ISO 14001


ISO14001:2015 is a certification awarded to companies who complies with the criteria of the ISO environmental management system. Using ISO 14001:2015 can provide security to the company’s management and employees.

The standard criteria includes, that the company undertakes compliance with relevant environmental laws and regulations, prevent pollution and continuously improve its environmental performance.


Oeko-Tex is an international standardized certification which ensures textiles in individual products does not contain harmful substances. All materials in the textiles are laboratory tested for harmful chemicals.

OHSAS 18001


OHSAS 18001 is an Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management systems. It is intended to help organizations to control occupational health and safety risks. OHSAS 18001 helps assuring and improving working conditions for working men and women all around the world.

By implementing, maintaining and continually improving an OH&S management system, organizations can make sure that the working conditions for their employees are at a certain standard, and that the employees are properly instructed in workplace safety and hazards.

Max Havelaar Fairtrade


Fairtrade is a global Organization working to secure a better deal for farmers and workers.

The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognised ethical mark globally.


Max Havelaar is a non-profit organisation that was founded in Holland in 1988 to promote fair trade with products from developing countries. Fair trade supports small farmers and workers to escape poverty by their own efforts and to strengthen their position in world trade. The primary focus is to ensure a decent working environment for small farmers and plantation workers and to improve living conditions for families and whole villages. So that people can recognise such products, the Max Havelaar Foundation labels fair trade products with its Fairtrade label.


Through fair trade, Max Havelaar contributes to improving the living and working conditions of small farmers and agricultural workers in disadvantaged regions. The Max Havelaar Foundation is a member of the Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International (FLO) and complies with their international Fairtrade standards.



REACH is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry.

REACH places responsibility on all manufacturers and importers of chemicals to identify and manage the risks that those substances which they manufacture and market may pose to human health and to the environment. With the certification REACH companies get more basic knowledge about the environmental and health hazardous properties of chemical substances and greater independent responsibility to handle the chemical substances properly. The basic responsibility for obtaining knowledge about the properties of the substances and the risks associated with their use are given to chemical manufacturers and importers. In addition, demands are made for more effective communication between suppliers and users of chemical substances. In the long run, REACH advocate that the most hazardous substances should be substituted with less dangerous ones.



TENCEL® is the trade name of the Lyocell fiber from the Austrian company House of Lenzing. Tencel is a recently improved version of the generic fiber Lyocell. According to Michael Quinine Month, spokesman for Lenzing Fibers, the material composition should contain at least 30% Tencel for the entitlement to use the name Tencel instead of Lyocell.

WFTO - World Fair Trade Organization


World Fair Trade Organization is a global network of organisations who represents Fair Trade through the entire supply chain. WFTO believes that the trade must be to the benefit of the most vulnerable and provide sustainable livelihoods by developing opportunities – especially for the small and disadvantaged suppliers.



Woolmark is a trademark owned by Australian Wool Innovation Limited (AWI). The Woolmark Certified logo is applied to products that have been tested and approved as 100% pure new wool and in high quality. Yarns, fabrics and garments are independently tested in order to qualify for Woolmark certification.