GRS (Global Recycled Standard)

Certification for sustainable development in the textile sector and for the recycling of textile waste. GRS certifies the traceability of recycled materials and the quality of the same present in the product.


WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production)

Is an organization whose stated aim is promoting safe, lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing around the world. It certifies factories according to twelve “Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production Principles”.

BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative)

Is a non-profit organization. It implements the principle international labour standards such as International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) and guidelines for the Organization for Economic Co-operation and development (OECD).


Oeko-Tex labels and certificates confirm the human-ecological safety of textile products and leather articles from all stages of production (along the textile value chain. Some also attest to socially and environmentally sound conditions in production facilities.


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OCS (Organic Content Standard)

It is a certification that guarantees the biological origin of textile fibers and their traceability along the eco-sustainable production chain.
All textile products that contain from 5% to 100% of organic natural fibers can be certified as organic.


GOTS is a certification to ensure the standardization of organic textiles.
From harvesting, to raw materials, from precessing ,to final product and packaging, in order to give the final consumer a reliable product.

This new and unique certification regulation, requires textile manufacturers to regulate the organic textile and apparel production to globally accepted standards, which is an important step towards harmonization and transparency in textile labeling.


OPDS ( Plant Dyes Standard)

The Plant Dyes Standard (PDS) is developed to ensure all natural content in dyes and dyeing auxiliaries. PDS offers a clear chain of custody and intends to take a holistic and responsible approach in the making of products accounting for each step in the supply chain from farm or field to finishing.