A sustainable, fair and transparent eco fashion label from Hamburg.
Organic, Recycled, Vegan, 100% Made in Europe
TSHIRTS - POLOS, SHIRTS - BLOUSES, SWEATERS - CARDIGANS - SWEATSHIRTS, DRESSES - JUMPSUITS, SKIRTS - SHORTS, COATS - JACKETS, UNDERWEAR - LINGERIE, TOPS - BODYSUITS, TROUSERS - PANTS, DENIM CLOTHES
BABIES - KIDS
Poland and Portugal
The whole production is outsourced to partner manufacturers.
Other production details
Every item has a qr code that leads to the so called ECO-ID – the passport of your item. It reaveals the supply chain in every step such as the origin of the resource or the final production. In our webshop, you can find the ECO-ID on every product site.
They use offcuts to make bags, scrunchies and headbands and even stationary.
Packaging / Packing
No plastic here. To keep your clothes safe and clean in their warehouse they store them in sustainable pergamin bags, which they reuse when sent back. They reuse returned boxes as often as possible.
Standard shipping options.
Having 100% of their production in Europe strongly increases chances to have a product made in fair conditions.
They are involved in some programs helping charities such as Visions for Children e.V., Amadeu Antonio Stiftung and Drip by Drip.
Having 100% of their production in Europe reduces the environmental impact of the brand.
Recycled materials are quite present in their collections but they also use new materials (albeit organic).
Many of their products are made of more than one material which makes it hard to recycle.
- Packaging / Packing
Materials used to manufacture the products
Organic cotton, Tencel, organic linen, recycled polyamide, recycled polyester, recycled cotton, ecovero, acetate.
We recommend using a Guppyfriend bag when washing your clothes made of recycled plastic to limit microplastic pollution.
Recycled, organic and natural.
Most materials come from Europe but some come from as far as China and the United States. There is map on their website that details everything.
For clothes, learn more and check our Fabrics index here
A bottle of wine, Hamburg, summer 2013. That‘s when we first had the idea to come up with an eco fashion label. It was a personal need. “Why is there no stylish, sustainable and affordable fashion label?”. We couldn’t find one.
And if you can’t stop thinking about it, you don’t stop working for it. We love fashion AND our planet. We don’t want the first harm the second. It took us over a year to actually start JAN ‘N JUNE. But the minute you’re in it – you’re in it. 150%. No excuses.