We are proud to work with Stanley Stella for organic garments, such as T-Shirts, Hoodies and Sweatshirts. They have a fantastic ethical chain of supply, a super soft 100% organic cotton and they’re great to print on too. For more details of their sustainability and ethics please read further down this page.
To see colour chart and sizing information for the Stanley Stella Creator T-shirt please click on the garments section of our website and search for code SX001. You will find lots more organic t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and more by clicking on the ‘sustainable & organic’ tab on the garments page.
Sustainability and ethics:
100% of the cotton is organic certified to the following standards.
Gots: High-level standards, environmental criteria for textiles made from 100% Organic fibers
OCS 100: Certifies that the product is made with 100% Organic Cotton
OCS Blended: Applies to all goods that contain a mix of Organic Cotton blended with other fabrics such as recycled polyester, natural fiber like linen, Lenzing Modal© or Tencel©.
Health safety is also a big concern. Stanley/Stella goes for Oeko Tex that controls and limits chemical use during the whole production process. Oeko Tex is an independent testing and certification system for textile products
Factories in the production chain all strictly apply the Code of Conduct from the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
This ensures that workers are decently paid, that there is no gender discrimination, and also that building and fire safety standards are followed completely. A Stanley/Stella team of 15 persons in Dhaka has a daily control on these demanding requirements in each of our partners factories.
To help us to achieve our high social standards, Stanley Stella are an active member of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF), a Dutch independent organization aiming at improving workers conditions of labour in the garment industry worldwide. Stanley Stella are highly rated by FWF (Leader company) as they recognize our real commitment and the positive impact of our concrete local actions.
The eight standards at the heart of the FWF Code of Labour Practices include: employment is freely chosen, no discrimination in employment, reasonable working hours, no exploitation of child labour, freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, payment of a living wage, safe and healthy working conditions and a legally binding employment relationship.
Organic Tote Bags & Tea Towels are also available, contact us on 0117 955 6117 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions