I’m 96% Organic Cotton
Did you know the tag is completely natural and biodegradable? Made with FSC certified paper, cotton twine and a compostable lock mechanism made out of corn starch!
At Baukjen we take every care to create great quality designs and love sharing what’s behind each piece with our customers. We take the planet and people seriously. We are not perfect and are on a journey to do better every day. Giving you transparency is important, so you know where we are now and where we are going.
Read on to discover more!
Made in Europe
Products with this certification are solely Made in Europe. The total distance travelled as a garment is greatly reduced compared to production in countries further away. This minimises the carbon footprint to minimise our impact on the planet
Fabrics that are given a Low Impact status, are those in which the fibres have low water consumption, low green house gas emissions and a smaller environmental footprint overall. It is to be used as a guide to making greener choices
Low Water Use
Water is a precious natural resource. We use tools provided by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition to work out how much water is consumed by each of our garments throughout its journey in the supply chain. The Low Water Use credential is granted to products which consume fewer than 10 cubic metres of water per kg of fabric produced.
Organic means that the clothing is made from raw materials raised or grown in compliance with organic agricultural standards
Garments that are ethically made have come from factories that have signed our code of conduct ensuring the highest ethical standards are met. These include living wages, safe conditions, regulated working hours and strictly no child labour
Garments which do not contain any animal derived material and weren’t produced involving any animals
We use tools provided by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition to calculate how much Carbon is emitted from each of our garments throughout its journey through the supply chain. The Low Carbon credential is granted to products that release fewer than 10kg CO2 per kg of fabric produced
Cotton is one of the most adaptable fibres used in clothing and a staple in most or our wardrobes, but it has a large environmental impact. Organic cotton is better for farmers and the planet, benefitting the health of our soils. As a bonus, your garment has been made using 88% less water and 62% less energy compared to conventional cotton. Dyes used in Organic pieces are also lower impact than conventional and less likely to cause skin reactions.
Every time you wear this piece, you can be reminded that your purchase contributed to a cleaner world!
You can read all about caring for this item here.
We deeply care about our impact and are proud to be the Highest Scoring B Corp in Fashion in the UK, second highest in Europe. We work with key organisations to create a greener and fairer world, including The Fashion Pact, UN Fashion Charter, Global Environment Facility and Sustainable Apparel Coalition.