consciously creating a better world

We are committed to reduce our impact on the planet. That's why we source and find the most sustainable fibres and materials available.

organic cotton

Organic cotton is made sustainably and responsibly. Its cultivation is a solution that aims to decrease the environmental impact. The production of organic cotton shows up 46% less thought-provoking when global warming than conventional cotton. And, for each time you buy an organic cotton T-shirt instead of a conventional cotton one, you are reducing water consumption by 91% (around 397 liters of water).

Organic cotton is also grown within a rotation system that builds soil fertility, protects biodiversity and is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, toxic pesticides or GMOs.

Finally, it’s surprising how the pieces born from this raw material have a smooth and high quality texture that are perfect for those who like to feel comfortable on their (second) skin. 

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recycled polyester

Every day, millions of plastic bottles are being thrown away, meanwhile those bottles can actually be a viable, eco-friendly and sustainable resource. We are exhausting and polluting our planet, and that is exactly why we need to be more responsible and take care of our home. 

Each angurä organic sweatshirt recycles 5 plastic bottles of 1.5 litres. Recycled polyester gives a second life to a material that is not biodegradable and would otherwise end up in landfill, in an incinerator or in our ocean. That’s awesome, right?

rPET takes about 70% less energy, 75% less CO2 and 86% less water to produce than a non-recycled polyester sweatshirt.

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green packaging

As part of our movement, we choose materials that are 100% recyclable and biodegradable. The paper itself used on our shippings (delivery notes, for example) is made from recycled paper.

We want to reduce the environmental impact in the fashion world and make the most circular and sustainable fashion practices.

Join our movement and help us reduce the ecological footprint by continuing to bring our packaging to life again. Do not break this lifecycle and continue recycling!