We are proud to say that at least 80% of our collections are as of now made from more responsible materials, and we are always looking for ways to further improve.
We have a set of chemical restriction based on which we test our garments before they go to the shop.
We test for any chemical that may be harmful to the health of our customers, our environment or the workers who produce the garment.
Animal welfare In DK Company we have banned the use of real fur and angora wool.
Our Animal Welfare Policy prohibits live-plucking of birds and generally unethical treatment of animals.
EcoVero is a fibre made from wood pulp, from certified forestry plantations, that are independently certified by industry-leading associations.
Pleasant on the skin, breathable.
• The production of the wood takes place in a closed system
• Use of certified and controlled certified wood sources (FSC® or PEFC® certified)
• 50% fewer emissions than generic viscose
• 50% less energy and water than generic viscose
• Fibre identification technology, so it is possible to identify the fibre in the final product
Organic cotton is a natural fibre, that comes from the cotton plant, produced to organic agricultural standards.
Cotton is a soft, absorbent and breathable fibre.
No toxic chemicals are used in the growing of organic cotton
Better health for farmers, since they are not exposed to toxic chemicals in the field or through their food and water supply
Reducing poverty for cotton farmers and workers on cotton farms through higher yields
The farming methods support biodiversity and healthy ecosystems, which improve the quality of the soil.
Leather Working group
We only accept the use of leather that holds a minimum of the bronze standard according to Leather Working Group.
Leather Working Group (LWG) is a global multistakeholder non-profit organization, driving excellence in the leather industry. Founded in 2005, LWG represents a quarter of the world’s finished leather production, from footwear and leathergoods to automotive.
Recycled polyester is a material that has been recycled from used materials. The most common source of raw materials for recycled polyester is old PET bottles and raw material waste from the manufacturing industry.
Polyester fibres are extremely strong, durable and have wrinkle-free properties.
• Lessens our dependence on petroleum as a source of raw materials
• Requires 33% to 53% less energy than virgin fibre