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Our integrated Supply Chain 

We don’t think you can have a great product unless you have a great supply chain. For us that means looking after the people and places where our stuff is made.

We participate in industry-leading certification programmes to ensure we meet the highest standards. And then we go further.

Find out more below.

GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard

The GOTS is recognised as the world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It defines high level environmental criteria along the entire organic textile supply chain and it requires compliance with social and environmental criteria.


OEKO-TEX - Standard 100 (Annex 4 & 6)

The OEKO-TEX standard 100 is a worldwide independent testing and certification system for textile manufacturing. Standard 100 tests raw materials, semi-finished and end products at all stages of processing.



The supplier Company has partnered with Greenpeace and OEKO-TEX to be compliant with The Greenpeace Textile Procurement Standard. This means that there is no discharge of hazardous chemicals, resulting from the Detox campaign. We use the best third party tools and standards that are now available for textiles manufacturing facilities to address hazardous chemicals and ensure full supply chain transparency. The Supplier Company  is the first dedicated printer to implement Greenpeace’s Standard. Using renewable energy, organic material, and avoiding hazardous chemicals in the print and dye stage, which is verified by third party auditors. The supplier company innovation by designing out waste, and using it as a resource to make new products, demonstrates what fashion detox looks like. It also helps raise funds and awareness for Greenpeace to continue to campaign for a toxic free future.


SA8000 - Social Accountability International

SA8000 is the leading social certification standard for factories and organisations across the globe. SA8000 is based on the principles of international human rights. It measures the performance of companies in eight areas important to social accountability in the workplace: child labour, forced labour, health and safety, free association and collective bargaining, discrimination, disciplinary practices, working hours and compensation.


Fairtrade FLOCERT

FLOCERT focuses on creating confidence throughout supply chains by ensuring that supply chains meet the social, environmental and economic standards set by Fairtrade International.


WRAP Platinum - Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production

WRAP is the world’s largest independent certification program mainly focused on the apparel, footwear and sewn products sectors. Becoming a WRAP certified facility involves a collaborative approach to social compliance certification.


Nordic SWAN Eco-labelling

The Nordic SWAN ecolabel licence is a voluntary eco-labelling scheme that evaluates a product’s impact on the environment throughout the whole life cycle. The main objective of the license is to reduce the overall environmental impact of consumption, from raw materials to remanufacturing the product afterlife. The label guarantees that climate requirements are being taken into account and that CO2 emissions (and other toxic gases) are limited.


GRS - Global Recycling Standard

The GRS is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions. The GRS is intended to meet the needs of companies looking to verify the recycled content of their products and to verify responsible social, environmental and chemical practices within production.


IGBC Green factory (Platinum)

The Indian green building council green factory program recognises the best in class building strategies and practices. IGBC green factory buildings is the first rating programme developed in India, exclusively for the industrial sector that is to ensure that an existing or upcoming project incorporates the finest green building practices that would ensure sustainable enhanced operation and processes.


Modern slavery policy - This is agreed in all supplier contracts.

The supplier company Supports the United Nations’ Declaration of Human Rights and applies its articles to all aspects of its working environment. On occasions where domestic or EU law continues or furthers rules in the articles of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the supplier company will comply By the EU Law.


Going beyond the certificates

The supplier company voluntarily contributes to a living wage top up for supply chain workers. This is monitored by The supplier company compliance team, independently by Social Accountability International at payslip level, and in person by Greenpeace Inspectors.

Greenpeace audited our supply chain and built their global textile standard with our supply chain as an example of how clothing manufacturing should be done:

Finally, we audit each supplier in person to validate specialised third party audits that overlap to ensure strict standards are met.

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