Fortunately, more and more children’s clothing brands are working with sustainable materials. Mostly OEKO-TEX, but also often with GOTS certification. And that is something that makes us very happy. More and more of our brands also prefer limited stock, which means that they properly estimate how much stock should be and ensure minimal waste. (That does mean that products are sometimes sold out faster.)

Mini Rodini

The collections of the Swedish children’s brand Mini Rodini are GOTS certified and they use materials as organic cotton, recycled polyester and Modal. Every year, they collect waste material from previous productions to create new products with a new purpose.

The Dutch brand CarlijnQ produces certified organic, fair trade clothes that’s ethically and sustainably made from seed to garment. They are GOTS certified and they only work with certified factories. For the well-being of their employees.

All the products of the Dutch brand Ammehoela are GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified and made of organic cotton.

The Dutch brand Gray Label doesn’t use teddies or prints. Just the softest organic cotton they could find. They are GOTS certified. Their products are produced in a child & planet friendly way.

Maed for mini is a Dutch brand that wants to produce in a way that will leave our kids with a planet to enjoy. They use organic cotton and recycled polyester and they are continuously researching alternative responsible and innovative raw material options.

The factories that Sproet & Sprout works with are carefully selected and audited for the BCSI protocol (Business Social Compliance Initiative). The vast majority of the cotton they use is GOTS certified.

All of House of Jamie products are produced in Turkey, with the utmost care and attention. They screen their suppliers carefully to make sure that all of their products are made under the right conditions and circumstances, at a fair price. They keep visiting our factories regularly so that they can guarantee that they continue to meet all House of Jamie’s social and environmental standards. This includes all phases of the production process.

Phil&Phae believes sustainability goes beyond the use of organic cotton and ethical production. Sustainability also lies in design choices: creating timeless, high-quality designs so that they last much longer than one season.

Bonmot understands the importance of sustainability in today’s world, and they firmly believe that one of the most sustainable choices is to invest in high-quality items that withstand the test of time. By designing garments that can be shared among siblings, cousins, and friends, they aim to reduce waste and promote the idea of heirloom clothing.

At The Campamento they pay equal attention to the sustainability of the product as well as to the innovative design of the garments. Between 30% and 40% of the organic cotton used in our collections is *GOTS certified. All of their cotton knitwear is 100% organic cotton GOTS certified.

Konges Sløjd leads the way as a producer of environmentally friendly, sustainable clothing, toys and interior items. Carefully crafted for adorable newborns, adventurous toddlers or curious kids, all of their products are built to last so their siblings and even future generations can enjoy them too.