How are your products sustainable?

Our textil supplier is Stanley/Stella, an innovative Belgian apparel company with the following certifications:


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent third-party certification of the entire textile supply chain. This standard also sets limitations on other fibers that can be blended with organic fibers. 

Organic Content Standard (OCS)

The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is a certification for non-food goods that confirms the organic material presence in the final product. It also follows the supply chain from its source to the final product. 

Global Recycled Standard (GRS) and Recycled Claim Standard (RCS)

The Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) and Global Recycled
Standard (GRS) are international, voluntary standards that set requirements for third-party certification of recycled content and supply chain. The shared goal of the standards is to increase the use of recycled materials. The GRS includes additional criteria for social and environmental processing requirements and chemical restrictions. 


OEKO-TEX® certification is one of the world’s leading labels for textile safety, and it proves that the certified products are free from hazardous chemicals. We’ve listed the label in the product description of the products that hold this certification. We also use OEKO-TEX® certified inks and thread for embroidery designs. 

For DTG prints, Kornit Water-based and NeoPigment inks
are used that are Oeko-Tex™ certified, which means they are safe to print on children’s clothing and reduce environmental waste. These inks provide a high washing colorfast AATCC rating of 4 


Stanley/Stella is ‘PETA-Approved’, which means that
they do not conduct or commission any animal tests on ingredients, formulations, or finished products and pledge never to do so. Their products
are made from 100% vegan materials and 0% animal fibres, ensuring that no harm is caused to animals. 


Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is an independent organisation that works with apparel brands, garment workers and textile industry influencers to improve labour conditions in garment  factories. FWF carries out audits in our partner factories on a regular basis, and establishes Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) where needed to ensure workers’ rights and safe, dignified, and properly paid employment. Stanley Stella has been a member of FWF since 2012.  

Fair Wear membership testimonial

Stanley/Stella Brand Performance Check

Stanley/Stella Social Report




UNISEX CREW NECK SWEATSHIRTS STSU823 - CHANGER. Shell : Brushed , 85% Cotton - Organic Ring Spun Combed , 15% Polyester - Recycled , Fabric washed, Light sueded , 350 GSM

UNISEX T-SHIRTS STTU755 - CREATOR. Shell : Single Jersey , 100% Cotton - Organic Ring Spun Combed , Fabric washed , 180 GSM



Since day 1, we made a conscious choice to produce our garments in Bangladesh. Today, 99% of our garments are made by the skilled and dedicated factory workers of our partners, and we take pride in the positive impact we have on their lives. 


Bangladesh is not only known for having the most skilled workforces and embracing new manufacturing technologies, but it is also one of the few countries that offers a fully integrated value chain when it comes to textile - from spinning yarn and knitting fabric, to final manufacturing. This expertise is what allows us to offer premium quality and sustainable clothing. 


We feel responsible to create a more equitable, and sustainable fashion industry. One of the ways we drive positive change is by supporting and giving back to the local communities that are part of our ecosystem. 

Foundation Leader Member : We work closely with our partner factories to make sure these are in line with our Fair Wear Foundation membership.

Grocery Shops : Since 2020, we support Fair-priced Grocery Shops benefitting almost 38,000 workers by providing food items at almost 50% discount, increasing families' spending power.




Post-consumer recycled plastic (PCR) packaging 

Packaging made of post-consumer recycled plastics for all apparel orders. Post-consumer recycled plastic (or PCR) is a material made from everyday recyclables like plastic bottles and other containers. This saves raw materials and requires less energy for production.

The recycled content shared in our packaging varies across different facilities. In North America, the share of PCR plastics has increased to 90%–100%. In Europe, the amount of recycled content for both layers of packaging is 70%–100%.

If there’s more than one product, after putting each
item in its own separate transparent polymer bag, we then place them all together in a PCR polymer mailer. 

PCR plastics are made from items people recycle every
day, like plastic bags and bottles. Most of our PCR plastics are made from shopping bags and wrapping films.

The amount of PCR in the packaging differs for each fulfillment location, but it’s at least 50% for the outside (white or grey) poly mailer bags and at least 30% for the inside (clear) bags used in multi-item shipme