We attach great importance to sustainability in every respect and only work with manufacturers who are certified according to the strictest environmental and ethical standards, and who can prove that these certificates are currently valid at the time of production. Likewise, only certified colors are used for the prints on our textiles.

These certificates include:

Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS): GOTS is the world's leading textile processing standard for organic fibers. As an independent non-profit organization, it takes ecological and social criteria into account when producing textiles. The entire textile supply chain is subject to an independent and transparent certification process.
We apply this standard to non-European manufacturers to ensure not only environmentally friendly but also ethical production.
Some European manufacturers also have this certificate.
Further information can be found here:

Organic Content Standard (OCS 100):
The Organic Content Standard (OCS) applies to products, excluding foods, that contain 95-100 percent organic material. It makes it possible to record the content and quantity of ecological material in a final product and to trace the raw material from the source to the final product
Our European manufacturers have this standard. The social and environmental aspects of production are ensured here by European laws.
Further information can be found here:

FairTrade Cotton:
The “Fairtrade Cotton” seal stands for socially acceptable living and working conditions in cotton production. It is aimed particularly at small farmers. The license fees and a portion of the Fairtrade surcharge are used for projects in the production countries. The seal also sets requirements for environmentally friendly cotton cultivation.
Further information can be found here:

World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO)
The WFTO honors companies that are committed to improving the living and working conditions of producers in developing countries. The WFTO verifies that member companies adhere to the ten principles of fair trade.
Further information can be found here:

OEKO-TEX Eco Passport
This seal is an independent certification system for chemicals, colorants and auxiliary materials used in the textile and leather industries. A multi-stage process is used to analyze whether each individual ingredient in the chemical products meets legal requirements and does not harm human health.
This seal is used for those of our printing inks that are not already covered by the certification mentioned above.
Further information can be found here:


Choosing organic cotton over conventional cotton makes an enormous contribution to our climate and our planet - and therefore to everyone on this earth.