The traditional Italian brand Oscalito has relied on sustainable Made in Italy production since 1936. In the Turin plant, underwear (for women and men) and daywear are made from natural fibers of the highest quality. The credo of CEO Dario Casalini, who is still leading the company in the third generation towards sustainability: “Clothing must not only be beautiful. It must be manufactured with respect for people and the environment.”Continue reading
Giving something back to nature with sustainable and fair streetwear was the founding idea of the Swiss brand NIKIN, which plants a tree for every sold product. With well over a million trees, Nikin has made his contribution to the reforestation of the earth.Continue reading
No trends, but stylish statements – Phyne, the label from Mannheim focuses on high-quality, durable and sustainably produced premium basics and limited edition pieces (including Veronika Heilbrunner) with maximum comfort.Continue reading
The careful use of resources is a particularly important topic at Lounge Cherie. This is why the Austrian label works with natural fibers and sustainable, resource-saving and skin-friendly materials for its cozy and stylish yoga, loungewear and nightwearContinue reading
With his extra high demands on sustainability, wunderwerk founder Heiko Wunder does not always have it easy. It’s not about “easy” either. He wants to optimize what can be optimized and therefore for his brand, founded in 2013, consistently refrains from anything that harms people, animals or nature. The result? Sustainable style that easily plays in the big leagues.Continue reading
RE-BELLO was the first fashion label “Made in Italy” to address concepts such as responsibility and innovation by combining style, high quality design and fashion with respect for environmental issues. Even years after its foundation, the brand continues to show that sustainable + minimalist can be a successful concept.Continue reading
Jeans on ice? Not only does this sound fun, but it is also revolutionary. Because instead of using environmentally harmful finishing methods for denim, the start-up DD Garment Solutions from Gmund uses the environmentally conscious and sustainable method developed in its own laboratory since 2018.Continue reading
Timeless and original, the love for nature and the concern for endangered species have inspired Christine Stegmann to create her label, MYINTOX, simultaneously “advertising” for the protection of species, which can be found on cashmere jumpers, oversize sweaters, t-shirts and bags with great style.Continue reading
When the finest organic cotton meets extraordinary design (and casual label names like Loose Larry and Classy Claus!) and every product is far too good for underneath your clothes, then we are talking about Vatter. The Munich-based eco-label (for women AND men, babies and toddlers) has made it its mission to free eco-underwear from its “love killer” stereotype. Mission accomplished! Thomas Vatter, who after his business studies had a Music-Flirt-Platform in Switzerland, and Marcus Faulwasser, an advertiser with his own agency, have been making bio and sexy underwear since 2015.
The bras and bustiers with their cool prints are almost too good to hide underneath your clothes. The undergarments are made of GOTS-certified cotton and when worn correctly, they are eye-catchers.
Cotton with attitude, because organic can also be sexy!
For women, VATTER offers three panty and two bra styles anywhere from classic to fancy. Men can choose between airy boxer shorts, classic boxer briefs or modern trunk shorts. And for those who don’t know what’s behind these names – the two VATTER founders, who by the way already went to school together in Schongau – can give you advice and support when it comes to choosing the perfect underwear.
Gut zu wissen: The boxer shorts are made from 100% organic cotton, which is normally used to make high-quality shirts. You will love it!
Pleases the skin and rejoices the conscience
By the way, the sexy organic boxers and briefs are packed in cardboard boxes made of 100% recycled material, which of course are printed with vegetable-based colors. With a part of their proceeds, the Munich-based label supports environmental or social projects. You can find the latest information on their website.
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At a very early stage, Senada Sokollu already knew that she wanted to combine her job with a social component.Continue reading