The seals of our raw materials *
These criteria are important
Global Textile Standard (GOTS)
The Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is a non-profit organization that, works together with its member companies and other partners such as trade unions, NGOs, factories, business associations and governments, pursues a clear goal: to improve working conditions in the clothing industry. In addition to fair wages, employee safety and continuous improvement of the working environment are also important.
The Fair Wear Foundation
PETA - vegan
People's awareness of the animal suffering associated with fur, leather, wool, down and silk is growing daily. The demand for clothing without animal components and cruelty to animals is continuously increasing and has long since become a trend. However, what customers have lacked so far when shopping is a clear and simple identification of vegan fashion. With the new logo "PETA-Approved Vegan", consumers will be able to recognize at a glance those products for which no animal had to suffer.
Oeko-Tex Standard 100
If a textile product has been awarded the STANDARD 100 label, you can be sure that all components of this article, i.e. also all threads, buttons and other accessories, have been tested for harmful substances and the article is therefore harmless to health.
"We are responsible for what our future and the future of our children will look like."
We love design, streetwear and sustainable fashion. So we thought it would be chic to combine both in a meaningful symbiosis of urban styles and sustainable textiles. Universoul Clothing stands for awareness and #Change!
CEO Universoul Clothing