A product that is Bluesign® labeled is a guarantee that the manufacturing of the product (textile) respects the environment with a social aspect. Indeed, this label certifies a production that does not use any toxic or carcinogenic substances. In addition, brands manufacturing under this label commit to limit their water and energy consumption while ensuring responsible waste treatment. There are also constraints regarding air quality and CO2 emissions. The Bluesign® label also has a social aspect, it imposes criteria concerning the working conditions where products are manufactured. The label prohibits forced or child labor, discrimination and abuse. It ensures a clean and safe working environment while allowing collective bargaining. Respect for decent working hours and equal opportunities are also part of the prerequisites for being Bluesign® certified.
Climate neutral certified
The Climate neutral certified label shows that companies are aiming for absolute zero and are in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement. The steps you have taken to reduce your climate impact are serious and you want to make them transparent and visible.
Fair Trade Certified™
A Fair Trade certified product guarantees you that it meets rigorous social, environmental and economic standards. The label isn't just about labeling products as ethical-it's about contributing to real sustainable change by distributing resources more equitably at the beginning of the supply chain, leveraging local and regional agricultural expertise, and creating standards that protect people and the environment.
Fair wear foundation®
The Fair Wear foundation® label accelerates the movement toward a world where garment workers have their human rights realized, where change is guided by freedom of association, and where the global value chain is a source of safe, dignified, and well-paid jobs.
Global Organic Textile Standard
The Global Organic Textile Standard label aims to ensure that garments are produced in an environmentally friendly manner and that the production of natural fibers (organic fibers) is environmentally friendly. It also ensures that the production of the garments has a limited impact on the environment (reduction of water and energy consumption, prohibition and restriction of substances hazardous to health). The label guarantees that the product contains at least 70% certified organic fiber.
Global Regenerative organic certified
Regenerative Organic Certified® is a revolutionary new certification for food, fiber and personal care ingredients that represents the world's highest standard for organic agriculture, with strict requirements for soil health, animal welfare and social equity.
Regenerative Organic Certified® uses the USDA Certified Organic standard as its baseline. From there, it adds important criteria and benchmarks that integrate the three main pillars of regenerative organic agriculture into one certification. Regenerative Organic Agriculture is a set of practices that focus on regenerating the health of the soil and the entire agricultural ecosystem.
MADE IN GREEN by OEKO-TEX
This label aims to reduce the impact of clothing on human health. The basis is the OEKO-TEX - Standard 100 label which defines restrictions on chemical substances in the finished product (e.g. limit value on formaldehyde residues, pesticides in the finished product). It also ensures that the manufacture of clothing has limited impact on the environment (reduction of energy and water consumption, definition of thresholds for air emissions).
The PFC Free label guarantees a design free of perfluorocarbons, hazardous substances often used in the manufacture of waterproof, anti-adhesive and flame retardant materials.
The Responsible Down Standard (RDS) label, certifies products that contain feathers and down from certified farms. It guarantees that the feathers and down used in stuffed products such as down jackets come from geese and ducks raised in accordance with animal welfare principles and criteria.
Responsible Wool Standard
The Responsible Wool Standard is the standard that attests to wool production that respects the well-being of the sheep (breeding, shearing, end of life) and the land on which they are raised (e.g. forbidden deforestation). The goal is to gather all the good practices of the farmers so that it becomes the standard in terms of wool farms.