Sustainability has to act according to your principles. On the way to work of each living being and what surrounds him respecting the environment. On the preservation and management of your immediate environment in a way that means it can continue to flourish for generations to come.
Ethics is at the center of many discussions. Especially when it comes to textile production in Asia. Stanley / Stella is transparent about it. He has shown that it is possible to produce in the respect of people, and even help to develop new skills, be happy and be proud of their work.
To help themselves with this mission, they have decided to become members of the Fairwear Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization that works with companies and factories to improve working conditions for textile and garment workers. FMF tracks the improvements made by the companies with which it works.
Stanley / Stella was conceived from the belief that the textile industry has to start acting in a much more responsible way. From the raw material to the final product, transportation, marketing, we are sustainable.
Committed to genuine sustainability rights through our production chain, from raw materials where only organic cotton, wool, tencel, modal or recycled polyester is used.
By using organic cotton the use of water is drastically reduced. It allows the rotation of crops and biodiversity. There is no use of OGMs and the result is a softer cotton that can be felt directly on the skin. Through the use of other fabrics that also participate in the recycling process and also participate in the preservation of nature.
Stanley / Stella produces mainly in Asia (China and Bangladesh) and in Europe (Portugal and Turkey) for some specific models. They only work with 7 different factories, which allows them to direct daily quality controls and ensure that all standards are met, including their sustainability standards.