The conditions in which the products we work with are made are very important to us.

Our products are certified by FWF.

FWF is an independent not-for-profit organisation which works with a few companies and factories to improve the working conditions of the employees in the textile and clothing sector.

The work done by FWF is concentrated in 11 countries of production in Asia, Europe and Africa. Its role is to permanently monitor the practices of the factories. The analysis is contained in an annual report which details and evaluates these practices.
The FWF Code of Labour Practices contains eight labour standards that are based on the conventions of the International Labour Organization(ILO) and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. The Fair Wear Code is known for its strong provisions on freedom of association, hours of work, and a living wage.

  1. Employment is freely chosen
  2. There is no discrimination in employment
  3. No exploitation of child labour
  4. Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
  5. Payment of a living wage
  6. No excessive working hours
  7. Safe and healthy working conditions
  8. Legally-binding employment relationship

We believe in another way of consuming. We want to offer a product that follows our ideals. For this reason we are going down the path we have chosen although cheaper options do exist, for us it is important to be aware of social reality, we have nothing to hide.


To ensure that the whole production chain is sustainable, we work exclusively with certified brands. In the labels of our clothes you can find the corresponding stamps.