What is cotton?

Organic cotton is cotton that is produced without the use of harmful substances and certified according to organic agricultural standards. Its production maintains the health of the soil, environment and people by using natural processes rather than artificial inputs.


Emits approximately 46% less carbon dioxide (CO2)

Eliminates the use of harmful substances

Uses 84% ​​less water than regular cotton

Only accounts for less than 1% of the world's cotton production

How is the content created?

Gmo-free seeds (not genetically modified seeds)

The cultivation is organic

The harvest is natural

Spun into threads

Woven in fabric

Explanation of organic agriculture




The seeds are natural, untreated and GMO-free (not genetically modified)

The seeds are genetically modified and treated with fungicides and pesticides

Soil Management

The crop is grown with organic compost and in crop rotation where other plants are sown to promote biodiversity. This protects the soil quality, conserves its moisture and minimizes the emission of Co2

Monoculture (consistent planting of one crop) depletes nutrients in the soil, so artificial fertilizers are necessary

Treatment of weeds and insects

A natural, organic alternative replaces synthetic agricultural chemicals to treat growing crops. This creates stronger plants that are more resistant to pests and diseases, helps improve soil quality, prevent water pollution, preserve biodiversity and stop poisoning wildlife and rivers

16% of the world's animal poisons and 10% of all insecticides in the world are used, which poison people and the environment. The five most widely used pesticides are either suspected of being carcinogenic or neurotoxic

The harvest

Farmers harvest and defoliate organic cotton naturally, with freezing temperatures and water management

Defoliation with toxic substances


Farmers and workers live in a healthier environment. The cotton products (plant waste, ground seed for livestock feed, oil for processed food) are not contaminated with chemicals

Farmers are stuck in costly contracts and have little control. There is also a high risk of employee health problems. Fertilizers and pesticides pollute water, soil and the food supply

Why do we love organic cotton?

All our organic cotton fabric is GOTS* certified. It supports and protects farmers and the environment.

As a natural material, it has good breathability, is soft and good for the skin.

*GOTS is recognized as the world's leading processing standard for organic fiber textiles. It defines strict environmental criteria along the entire organic textile supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria.