Fair Trade: Our suppliers are members of the FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION

• Ensure fair remuneration for the work of the most disadvantaged producers and artisans, enabling them to meet their basic needs: health, education, housing, social protection ...

• Guarantee the respect of people's fundamental rights (refusal to exploit children, slavery, etc.)

Fair Trade practises

Under the organic standard, farmers and agricultural workers are protected by stringent social criteria, total traceability across the entire supply chain, and also by the ban on the use of poisonous chemicals that can severely damage the health of farmers and their families.
Justice for workers
To help tackle the social injustice often seen in manufacturing, commonly known as sweatshop labour, we goes further, making transparent the manufacturing supply chain through an independent audit by the Fair Wear Foundation, which promotes fair labour conditions in the clothing industry.
Origin of clothes

They are manufactured in India, Turkey, Bangladesh and Portugal following high criteria in terms of FAIRWEAR-certified social, ecological and quality standards.
Ongoing project of organic t-shirts made in France at a fair price-quality ratio.