Organic clothes silkscreen printed in our workshop in France.

Organic T shirt designer of fashion, funny tee shirts presented in Paris organic fair trade show “Marjolaine salon Bio”. Ethical fashion collection Seeds of the future…

Ultimate quality clothes, 100% natural fiber, organic cotton, eucalyptus or bamboo. GOTS and Oekotex certified. Soft as silk.

Organic baby clothes, soft and fun, organic child tee shirt, eco friendly t shirt

Original long sleeve t shirt, fair trade clothes,rebel tee shirt,eco aware sweater.

Organic sweatshirt, organic handbag creator

Self employed craftman from Montpellier

I draw an handprint in my workshop designs on eco and social awareness.

I carefully select modern garments from soft and high quality organic fabrics.

These are certified fair-traded without harmful substances- oekotex certification.

I understood the total eco and social failure of cultivating traditional cotton in 2003, while recruiting for Greenpeace.

Following International Trade Course, I witnessed crooked practices resulting in more social and ecological destructions, in complete opposition of what you learn as a kid.

I became reseller of ethic fashion brands, and created my own brand Ecoloco, following a loan from ethical bank LA NEF.



Respect of WTO criteria’s (World Trade Organization) by BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) or The Fair Wear Foundation (FWF).

Our suppliers verify that the Code of Labour Practices are implemented and respected in the fields and at the factories.


No GMO, pesticides or any chemical intrants from Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

The aim of these standards is to define requirements to ensure organic status of textiles, from harvesting of the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing up to labelling in order to provide a credible assurance to the end consumer.

Approved are natural fibres that are certified organic and fibres from conversion period certified according to recognised international or national standards and certified by any IFOAM accredited or internationally recognised (according to ISO 65) certifier.

The following social criteria currently apply to the textile processing level only. As far as a practical quality assurance system for the farm level will be in place, these social criteria also apply for the farm level.

- Employment is freely chosen
- There is no forced or bonded labour
- Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are respected
- Working conditions are safe and hygienic
- Child labour must not be used
- Living wages
- Working hours are not excessive