Product Certifications

The operational procedures we have developed over the years ensure that products are only sourced from suppliers who share our commitment to environmental responsibility.

We are committed to providing a catalogue of certified fabrics that are people- and environment-friendly. We have signed up to the chemical management protocol to eliminate toxic substances in production, we regularly map our suppliers, we adopt traceability procedures, and we put sampling plans into action to verify product safety.

We undergo periodic reviews carried out by external partners so that we can constantly improve.

Product certifications

Every certification is a guarantee of product quality, respect for the planet, and concern for people.

To display our commitment, we have devised a simple and clear labelling system. Every roll of fabric is labelled with a QR code that contains all information relating to the product, including certifications.


The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a global not-for-profit organisation that leads the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. Its network helps combat the negative impacts of farming and processing this natural fibre. BCI also strives to constantly improve the planet, farming communities, and the economies of cotton-producing areas.


The Lenzing group brand stands for revolutionary, innovative fibres with a low environmental impact. It guarantees that fibres are made from sustainable FSC and PEFC-certified wood pulp, and that they are processed in closed-loop certified production facilities, with a transparent supply chain. Compared to generic viscose, it reduces emissions and water usage by up to 50%.


A certification that guarantees the traceability of flax fibre grown in Europe, without artificial irrigation and with zero GMOs. European flax is considered to be the best in the world. Its high quality is due to a unique combination of factors: the natural damp oceanic climate, the low thermal density of flax, the fertile soil, and the wealth of experience of the growers. The label guarantees that the linen is made in Europe, from plant to processing, yarn and fabric.


The international organisation certifies responsible forest management and the traceability of sustainable products. The label provides the guarantee that the wood used in viscose production only comes from forests managed in compliance with strict environmental, social and economic standards. It also ensures that strict limits are applied to the conversion of natural forest land.


Devised by leading international organisations in organic farming, this standard certifies that products are made to strict environmental and social criteria applied throughout the production chain: from fibre harvesting to the manufacturing stages and labelling. It guarantees that every textile contains at least 70% organically farmed natural fibres, that environmentally sustainable manufacturing processes are used, and that there are no harmful chemical products.


This standard certifies that textile products contain a high minimum percentage of recycled material, and that they comply with social and environmental requirements in terms of processing and the use of chemicals. It also promotes a sustainable production and consumption model, encouraging a reduction in the use of virgin raw materials, water and energy. Both yarns and fabrics can be certified.


This label identifies textile products that present no risk whatsoever to consumers’ health. The globally-recognised independent testing system certifies that no harmful substances are present and guarantees that manufacturing processes and facilities are environmentally friendly. The certification is awarded by the International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile and Leather Ecology.


This is one of the most important international standards promoting the use of recycled materials in products. In textiles it ensures that they include at least 5% pre- and post-consumption recycled material. It also certifies that manufacturing activities and processes comply with strict applicable requirements.