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Premium products are made out of 100% organic cotton. Renewable resources. Recycled materials. Organic cotton comes from seeds that have not been genetically modified (non-GMO) and is grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilisers.

Benefits of organic cotton: 26% less potential for soil erosion, 46% less impact on global warming, 70% less acidification of land and water, 91% less surface and groundwater use. Organic cotton avoids any kind of pesticide poisoning which can lead to multiple health problems and even death.

100% GOTS certified cotton (The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is a worldwide leading textile processing standard for the production of organic fibres, and is based on both ecological and social criteria.)

They use recycled polyester to add sta­bility to our sweatshirts, strength to our accessories and sustainable aspects to our jackets.


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading certification body for the pro­duction of organic fibres and is based on both ecological and social criteria. It guarantees that cotton is organically grown without the use of GMO seeds, or any harmful chemical products (such as pesticides, fertilisers and insecticides) that are dangerous for the environment or the health of farmers or factory wor­kers. It ensures traceability of products from the field to the final customer, including transaction certificates at each and every stage of production.


The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is the world’s leading standard for recycled textiles and certifies recycled materials based on environmental and social practices.­cled-standard/


It is also a PETA-Approved Vegan company, as they do not conduct or commission any animal tests on ingredients, formulations, or finished products and none of our products contain any animal derived components.


OEKO-TEX® is a safety standard for the assessment of harmful substances in fabrics. Its aim is to ensure products are free from harmful substances and follow REACH, the EU regulation which restricts the toxicity of chemicals and heavy metals in all consumer products.


The Organic Content Standard (OCS) verifies the pre­sence and amount of organic material in a final pro­duct. It also tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product, but does not take into account social criteria, such as working conditions.


Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is an independent organisation that works with apparel brands, garment workers and textile industry influencers to improve labour conditions in garment factories. FWF are active in Bangladesh where they audit factories and support trade unions to lobby European governments and other organisations to increase wages and improve working conditions. FWF representatives carry out audits in all our partner factories eve­ry three years and put in place Corrective Action Plans (CAPs), as necessary. They also regularly or­ganise Workplace Education Programs (WEPs) in partnership with brands, to help factories reduce and eliminate workplace violence and harassment. FWF also runs an inde-pendent helpline number which ensures complaints are heard and taken care of, should the factory’s internal grievance-handling mechanism fail.

For more information about the social report of premium Stanley/Stella products please contact us.

Sustainable products are marked with ˝**˝.

Products ˝made in Slovenia˝ are marked with ˝*˝.


Pack From Nature

We use compostable shipping bags, which are made from plants.

At Least Two Trips

Packages have two adhesive strips, so the package can make at least two trips.

Use - Reuse

We also reuse cardboard boxes and newspaper for packing bigger packages.


We have to make a change. We started with packaging and you can start with trusting us.