We are proud to announce that all soft gallery items in our classic all over Owl print are produced in GOTS certified organic cotton (Global Organic Textile Standard). For us, GOTS covers the entire value chain, from the harvesting of raw organic materials to the environmental and social responsibility in manufacturing; as well as to labeling and packaging. GOTS certification is an important step towards a more sustainable industry, and we are naturally very proud to take part in this initiative.
More information about the Global Organic Textile Standard can be found here:
Together with our supplier, we are helping support a voluntary organization in Mali, called Mission Africa. Styles, as well as fabrics, are sent to Mission Africa’s Euroshop with the surplus going directly to the betterment of locals via village development and through education, specifically directed towards women.
In Ukraine, we are supporting an orphanage in the local town where we manufacture by donating textiles and clothing from production.
We place great emphasis on purity, quality and the environment. Our mission is to continue to work towards producing an even larger part of our seasonal collections in a more sustainable way and adhering to the Global Organic Textile Standard.
Our focus on high quality and long-lasting items is another approach to sustainability – creating clothes that can last and be passed over to loved ones from generation to generation.
Soft Gallery is proudly GOTS certified and works with BSCI certified factories.
These initiatives are of the utmost importance to us.
Confidence in textiles is the motto of the independent testing for harmful substances in textile products for all types which pose no risk whatsoever to health. It has been this way since 1992, according to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100. With “globalization of the world” and the size of the textile production business in mind, the OEKO-TEX® criteria catalog serves as a guide to the manufacturers of the textile and clothing industry for the evaluation of potentially harmful substances in textiles, which are all based on scientific research.
The OEKO-TEX label indicates the benefits of skin-friendly clothing and other textiles to interested end users. The test label thereby provides an important decision-making tool for purchasing textiles.