OUR ORGANIC COTTON
It is no wonder that half of all the fabrics produced around the world are made from cotton. Soft and comfortable, this natural material is also hypoallergenic, healthy for your skin, and breathable. L’Envers cotton garments are made of 100% organic cotton : without using toxic pesticides or fertilizers, free from genetic modification, and without use of irrigation (only rain water).
L'Envers cotton garments are made of 100% organic cotton.
Our provider sources its organic cotton in Egypte. In the hot, dry desert of the Sahara, the Nile has created an oasis that enjoys extraordinary weather conditions, ideal for producing the best cotton in the world. Our cotton is grown without using toxic pesticides or fertilizers, free from genetic modification, and without use of irrigation (only rain water). Our provider invests in creating a positive social impact with efforts such as their participation in Cottonforlife, a CSR program that aims to promote sustainable fashion by creating a transparent, eco-friendly and socially responsible textile value chain.
We use natural cotton that is pure and biodegradable, some we use in this virgin undyed condition, and the rest dyed without the use of carcinogenic or allergenic colorants. Soft and comfortable, this natural material is hypoallergenic, healthy for the skin, and breathable! Easy to take care of, cotton can be eco-friendly washed. Learn more about cotton care.
GOTS, Global Organic Textil Standard: certifies good working conditions, respect of the environment and an harmless product for the person who will wear it.
OEKO-TEX ® certified standard 100: the substances into the fabric is harmless for the human health. The limit values for this label go beyond the international requirements.
REACH: an European Union regulation for improving the protection of human health and the environment from the risks of chemicals substances.
BCI, The Better Cotton Initiative: the goal of this initiative is to reduce the environmental impact of cotton production and improve livelihoods and economic development in cotton producing areas.