We work to encourage change and positively influence our stakeholders by setting the
direction for change. Our business is a partnership with our manufacturers built on a set of shared values and principles. These are communicated to make sure both we and our partners work towards alignment with all internationally recognized principles of sustainable development.

Our Code of Conduct is a tool for cooperation, collaboration, and dialogue about improving systems and production methods to lower our negative impact and ensure everyone involved in bringing our designs to life are treated fairly and in accordance with the international Human Rights declarations.  We believe that with commitment and
continuous improvement of an ethical business will benefit all parties – both economic and social.

We condemn any use of child labor, and it is banned in our entire value chain. It is considered as child labor if the worker is below the age of 15 years.

We require our manufactures to have a proper hiring system and the necessary documentation in place, to prevent children from working at their factory. Any worker from 15 -18 years old should only perform light work that does not include chemicals, heavy lifting or dangerous machinery.

All suppliers have signed a contract that no child workers are involved in our productions. 

It is part of our company values to do business with a high sense of moral and ethics. It is important to us, that people, planet or animals are not harmed during the production of our products. Be it at the cottonfield, the stitching factory or our warehouse.

We consider it important to do our part by placing orders in a timely manner, by always keeping a good cooperation with the supplier and avoid asking for the impossible. Furthermore, we always require the suppliers working for us to commit to our Ethical Sourcing Requirements, when sourcing materials to make our products.

All suppliers have signed a contract to apply with the principles in our ethical sourcing policy.

We are committed to adhere to the UN Convention Against Corruption. Corruption is defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain.
Corruption is not always about money; it can also be preferential treatment or offering an extra service to gain an advantage.

To avoid misunderstandings and to avoid extortion and bribery we wish to protect our employees, partners, stakeholders and our owner in this connection.

All suppliers have signed a contract stating they acknowledge the issues connected to corruption, and they will not allow any corruption in their part of our value chain.

We do not accept forced labor or slavery in any part of our supply chain. Modern slavery is when people are being exploited or completely controlled by someone, and we condemn any type.

As slavery often happens to people or groups who are already vulnerable it is our duty to make sure we fight this.

We will through continuous assessments control that slavery of any kind does not occur in our supply chain. All our suppliers have signed a contract stating there are no forms of slavery in their operations.

We do not allow animals to be harmed in the name of fashion.

Animals used for our products must not be exposed to pain but treated with dignity and respect according to animal welfare laws and international recommendations.

All our suppliers of animal originated materials have signed our Code of Conduct and our Animal Welfare Policy and agreed to work with us to increase transparency and traceability in our supply chain.

All our suppliers have signed and committed to follow our chemical restrictions.

Our chemical restrictions set the limits for the substances used in manufacturing, packaging, and transportation of all our products. We have developed a testing program with a strategic approach to testing our garments for hazardous chemicals.

Our chemical restrictions are aligned with REACH – the international legislation on the area - and the high standards within our industry.


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