Ethical & Sustainable Clothing Certificates

  • sustainable-clothing-fairwear-certificate

    The foundations of the collaboration between Fairwear and Stanley/Stella is the Code of Labour Practices. Central to the code are the eight labour standards derived from ILO Conventions and the UN’s Declaration on Human Rights. The Labour standards are as follows: Employment is freely chosen, Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, There is no discrimination in employment, No exploitation of child labour, Payment of living wage, Reasonable hours of work, Safe and healthy working conditions and Legally binding employment relationship.


  • sustainable-organic-cotton-clothing-certificate

    Recognised as the world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres, the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) defines high-level environmental criteria along the complete organic textiles supply chain. Compliance with socially responsible methods is also required. Put simply, GOTS certified organic garments must contain a minimum of 95% organic fibres. However, all of our sustainable tees see that 95% and raise it to the maximum of 100%.

  • ethical-recycled-polyester-clothing-certificate

    This certifies that the polyester used in our eco friendly gilets, sweatshirts & windbreakers is 100% recycled polyester. It also signifies compliance with both environmental and social criteria with regard to the treatment of waste water, the absence of certain toxic additives and respect for working conditions in our producers factories.

  • eco-friendly-clothing-certificate

    One of the world’s best-known labels for garments tested for harmful substances. The STANDARD 100 label is your 100% guarantee that every element of a garment, i.e. every thread, has been rigorously tested for hazardous substances and that the garment is totally harmless for human health.


  • ethical-organic-cotton-clothing-certificate

    The OCS verifies the presence and total amount of organic material in a final product. In addition, it also tracks the journey of the raw material from its source right through to the end product. However, it does not take into consideration social criteria, i.e. working conditions.

  • vegan-clothing-certificate

    Being PETA-Approved Vegan is proof that no animal tests on ingredients, formulations or finished products are carried out or commissioned. It is also a guarantee that no animal derived components are present in our vegan clothing.