|Fabric||100% Organic Cotton, GOTS cert.|
|Linings||100% Lyocell, Lenzing - 100% silk Seri.Co cert|
|Buttons||Buffalo Horn, OEKOTEX 100 cert.|
|Sewing Thread||Organic Cotton|
|Main Label & Care Label||Organic Cotton, OEKOTEX 100 cert.|
|Ink on Labels||OEKOTEX 100 cert.|
|Manufactured in||Porto, Portugal|
|Fabric mill||Porto, Portugal|
Our organic cotton denim, sourced in Portugal, is spun, dyed and manufactured respecting the regulations of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). This certificate limits the use of toxic bleaches, dyes and other chemical inputs during the entire process. Our fabric is produced in a mill that enforces strict social and environmental standards, treating their employees, product, and the Earth with deep respect. The organic cotton fibre originates in Pakistan.
For the lining, our yarn is produced by Lenzing in Austria. Lenzing produces the most sustainable lyocell in the world: Tencel. Our lining is then dyed and woven in Portugal. For the cuff lining, we used silk spun, dyed and woven in the Lake Como area of Italy, and finally certified by Seri.co. The certificate guarantees that it does not contain or release harmful substances to your health. It also guarantees the health and safety of workers and the avoidance of any form of environmental pollution. The silk yarn originates in China.
Our buttons are made of Water Buffalo horns. The bulls are raised in India as domestic animals and they provide great benefits in agriculture. The horns are by-products which are often wasted. The buttons are certified with the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX. This ensures that the trims do not contain or release harmful substances to your health.
Our main and care labels are made of organic cotton. Both the tape and the ink print are certified with the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX. This ensures that the trims do not contain or release harmful substances to your health.
Our construction thread, which is used to stitch the garment, is made of 100% organic cotton.
Find out more about the materials we use and why we use them here.