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€71,25 · Regular price €84 Sale price
Regular price €71,25

6.37kg CO2

Features a Triangle Bra and two pairs of Hipsters made with organic cotton.
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  • Everyday essentials made with eco-certified organic cotton — a soft, natural fiber grown and manufactured in ethical working conditions.
  • Made in better working conditions with living wages, no child labor, freely chosen employment and respect for the environment.

  • The PETA "Vegan Approved" logo indicates that the product is cruelty-free - and that it does not contain any animal products or by-products.

  • We've used organic cotton for this product, ensuring that no harmful chemicals were used to grow it and that the people that made this are paid living wages and treated fairly.

Have a look at the Organic Cotton Starter Pack Hipster’s carbon footprint

6.37kg CO2

Before we offset the carbon emissions of this product, we calculate its footprint. Carbon emissions are a primary driver of climate change and every product has an evironmental cost.

  • 2.17kg
    Raw Material Production
  • 0.57kg
    Material Production
  • 3.26kg
    Final Assembly
  • 0.22kg
  • 0.15kg
    *shipping from the last production facility to the distribution center
    *shipping from the last production facility to the distribution center
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  • Ulrikke is 172 cm and wears XL

  • Xenia is 170 cm and wears S

  • Anne is 179 cm and wears L

  • Astrid is 170 cm and wears XXL


  • Material

    Organic Cotton

    We use organic cotton which actually means a lot for you and the planet. This collection is made of chemical free organic cotton that’s grown on the coast of the Aegean Sea. It’s widely regarded as some of the most soft and durable cotton in the world. The ensures that the people that made this are paid living wages and treated like humans.

  • Factory

    Izmir, Turkey

    Located centrally in Izmir, Turkey - these guys have been cutting and sewing our basics with a sustainable approach since the beginning. Their approach to waste reduction is clever because they not only reduce fabric scraps through computerised pattern making - they also recycle all scraps into furniture upholstery. Aside from that they also offer several employee perks - and operate under strict environmental and social criteria.

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