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PEOPLE AND PLANET What you wear defines who you are - so make a statement with your company clothing! The clothes against your skin will impact your health, the environment and labour conditions of workers around the world.


Content Certifications

Headwear

Beanie & headband

T-shirt

Round neck V-neck Long sleeve

5 7

9 10 11

Pique Short sleeve Long sleeve

12 13

Sweatshirt Crew neck Half-zip Full-zip Hoodie Pants

14 15 16 17 19

CSR

20

Product overview

25


Cottover is certified by several ecolabels, which together cover the largest sustainability challenges faced when manufacturing clothing. The certification bodies have all put their label – their guarantee of independence – on our garments. This provides security for both our customers and us.

Fair trade through Fairtrade

Made with Fairtrade Cotton

Fairtrade is an international mark which certifies the cotton in garments while fighting poverty among cotton farmers through fair trade. The cotton farmers are guaranteed a minimum price for their cotton, which covers the costs of sustainable production. All cotton comes from Fairtrade-certified producers.

Complete traceability through GOTS GOTS is an international standard for clothing and textiles. GOTS products always use organic cotton and any polyester in its products come from recycled materials. GOTS not only sets high demands on materials and quality, but also environmental and social demands on all participants. GOTS ensures complete traceability throughout the entire supply chain.

The Nordic Ecolabel sets strict requirements The well-known Nordic Ecolabel (or Nordic Swan) is a Nordic ecolabel run by government commission. The Nordic Ecolabel certifies products and takes consideration to their environmental load throughout the entire life cycle – from raw material to use. That is why the Nordic Ecolabel follows strict environmental, health and quality requirements. The Nordic Ecolabel also sets demands on working conditions in accordance with ILO’s core conventions.

OEKO-TEX ensures a secure textile without hazardous chemicals OEKO-TEX is an international certification system for textile raw materials and clothes, which ensures that the end-product does not contain hazardous chemicals. Testing is exclusively carried out by authorised and independent labs. OEKO-TEX is a guarantee that the product corresponds to REACH (the EU’s chemicals legislation).


headwear NEWS!

beanie o headband Cap and headband in unisex size. Made with a fine cotton quality with elastane features for better use and fit. Decorative seams with tone-on-tone overlock. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141027

141024

Fabric: 96% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 4% Elastan

Fabric: 96% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 4% Elastan

Size: Unisex, one size

Size: Unisex, one size

Machine Wash: 40Ëš

Machine Wash: 40Ëš

Weight: 200 g/m2

Weight: 200 g/m2

HEADBAND

425 pink 100

white

BEANIE

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

7


t-shirt roundneck

t-shirt roundneck Round-neck T-shirt for men, women and children. Somewhat slimmer with a more modern fit and neatly ribbed neck. Made from a cool, fine quality cotton. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141008

141007

141023

LADY

KID

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Size: 90/100, 110/120, 130/140,150/160

Machine Wash: 60˚

Machine Wash: 60˚

Machine Wash: 60˚

Weight: 160 g/m2

Weight: 160 g/m2

Weight: 160 g/m2

MAN

425 pink

100

white

645

green

425 pink

435

cerise

105

offwhite

725

sky blue

New colours! 255

yellow

767

royal

290

orange

855

navy

100

460

white

red

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

725

sky blue

435

cerise

460 red

855

navy

New colours! 645

green

980

charcoal

990

black

9


t-shirt v-neck

t-shirt v-neck V-neck T-shirt for men and women. Somewhat slimmer with a more modern fit and neatly ribbed neck. Made from a cool, fine quality cotton. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141022

141021

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Weight: 160 g/m2

Weight: 160 g/m2

MAN

425 pink 100

white

10

LADY

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black


t-shirt long sleeve

t-shirt long sleeve Long-sleeve T-shirt for men and women. Somewhat slimmer with a more modern fit and neatly ribbed neck. Made from a cool, fine quality cotton. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

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141019

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Weight: 160 g/m2

Weight: 160 g/m2

MAN

425 pink 100

white

LADY

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

11


pique

pique Short-sleeve polo for men and women with a classic pique knitting. Somewhat slimmer, with a more modern fit. Knitted ribbing on collar and sleeve cuffs, 2 buttons with reinforced plackets, and slits at the bottom edge. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141006

141005

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Machine Wash: 60Ëš

Weight: 200 g/m2

Weight: 200 g/m2

MAN

425 pink 100

white

12

LADY

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black


pique long sleeve

pique long sleeve Long-sleeve polo for men and women with classic pique knitting. Somewhat slimmer, with a more modern fit.Knitted ribbing on the collar and as wristlets on the sleeve cuff in the men’s model. 2 buttons with reinforced plackets as well as slits at the bottom edge. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141018

141017

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Machine Wash: 60˚

Machine Wash: 60˚

Weight: 200 g/m2

Weight: 200 g/m2

MAN

425 pink 100

white

LADY

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

13


crew neck

crew neck Sweatshirt with round neck and brushed lining in a somewhat slimmer and more modern fit. Comes in unisex and children’s sizes. 2×2 ribbing on the collar edge, slits on the sleeve edge and bottom edge. Decorative seams in overlock knit set in a tone-on-tone feature. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141015

141003

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Size: 90/100, 110/120, 130/140, 150/160

Size: XXS - 4XL

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

KID

UNISEX

425 pink 425 pink

725

sky blue

14

435

cerise

460 red

100

white

New colours! 645

green

855

navy

980

charcoal

990

black

725

sky blue

435

cerise

105

offwhite

767

royal

New colours! 255

yellow

855

navy

290

orange

885

purple

460 red

980

charcoal

645

green

990

black


half zip

half zip Halfzip is made from sweatshirt material with a brushed lining, is somewhat slimmer and has a more modern fit. Comes in unisex size. Stand collar of sweatshirt material with a zip. Two inset pockets on front. 2Ă—2 ribbing on the sleeve edge and bottom edge. Decorative seams in overlock knit set in a tone-on-tone feature. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141012 UNISEX

Fabric: 100% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester Size: S - 4XL Machine Wash: 40Ëš Weight: 280 g/m2

425 pink 100

white

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

15


full zip hood

full zip hood Hooded shirt of sweatshirt material with brushed lining for men and women. Somewhat slimmer and with a more modern fit. Full zip and hood with a robust drawstring. Two external pockets on front. 2×2 ribbing on the sleeve edge and bottom edge. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141010

141009

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

MAN

425 pink 100

white

16

LADY

435

cerise

105

offwhite

New colours! 255

yellow

290

orange

460 red

645

green

725

sky blue

767

royal

855

navy

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black


hood

hood Hooded shirt of sweatshirt material with brushed lining for men, women and children. Somewhat slimmer and with a more modern fit. Hood of two-layered material and with a robust drawstring as well as an external pocket in front. 2×2 ribbing on the sleeve edge and bottom edge. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141002

141001

141011

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Size: S - 4XL

Size: XS - XXL

Size: 90/100, 110/120, 130/140,150/160

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

MAN

425 pink

100

white

645

green

LADY

KID

425 pink

435

cerise

105

offwhite

725

sky blue

New colours! 255

yellow

767

royal

290

orange

855

navy

460

460

red

red

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

855

navy

435

cerise

645

green

980

charcoal

New colours! 725

sky blue

990

black

17


sweat pants

sweat pants Pants in sweatshirt material with a brushed lining for men, women and children. Broad lining with a robust drawstring, side pockets, (men’s model includes a rear pocket) as well as straight leg ends. Cottover offers clothes made with consideration to people and the environment. The garments are certified by the Nordic Ecolabel, GOTS and OEKO-TEX. All cotton is 100% organic and Fairtrade-certified. A certified product meets the criteria of the organisation on the label and has been independently inspected. Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover quality, health, environmental and working conditions.

141014

141013

141016

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Fabric: 80% ecological Fairtrade-cotton, 20% Recycled polyester

Size: S - 3XL

Size: XS - XXL

Size: 90/100, 110/120, 130/140,150/160

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Machine Wash: 40˚

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

Weight: 280 g/m2

MAN

425 pink

100

white

645

green

LADY

KID

425 pink

435

cerise

105

offwhite

725

sky blue

New colours! 255

yellow

767

royal

290

orange

855

navy

460

460

red

red

885

purple

980

charcoal

990

black

855

navy

435

cerise

645

green

980

charcoal

New colours! 725

sky blue

990

black

19


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WEAR YOUR STATEMENT Behind each article of clothing is a long chain of production and many people involved in the process. At Cottover, we have great respect for the trade and place high demands on sustainability in all phases, both from environmental and social perspectives. You should feel safe in your choice, which is why Cottover has chosen ecolabels which together cover both the product and the entire supply chain with respect to health, the environmental, working conditions and quality.

Usage

Retail

Raw material Transport

CMTCut, Make & Trim

Rinsing

Dyeing

Spinning mill Knitting

Clothes and clothing consumption pose large environmental problems today. Part of the problem rests in manufacturing itself while the environmental load increases due to the portion of clothes that are thrown away. Through conscientious choices we can make a bigger difference than we think in order to change unsustainable habits.


When choosing Cottover, you contribute by: Reducing unnecessary waste of the Earth’s resources by choosing high-quality clothes that are designed to be used again and again.

Fight poverty through fair payment to cotton farmers. Support organic cotton farmers who have chosen to utilise their land without chemical pesticides and artificial fertilisers which risk leading to eutrophication.

Support suppliers who follow ILO’s core conventions and who refrain from many production chemicals that are hazardous to health and the environmental.

Create transparency in the supply chain through

knowing that all participants are annually certified, both for their environmental work and for their working conditions.

Create the conditions needed for employees in

developing countries to improve their living conditions.

Secure sustainable development where it has the greatest impact. Cottover goods are manufactured in Bangladesh, where the textile industry is highly important as it employs 4 million people and comprises 80% of the country’s income from exports. In step with manufacturing increasing GDP per capita, poverty decreased and living conditions increase. Encouraging those suppliers who invest in environmentally-suited methods and improved working conditions, thus creating a positive effect and incentive for additional suppliers to do the same. Perhaps most important of all: You contribute to the increased demand for high-quality clothes from sustainable production. A product is not sustainable if no one buys it. It is first when consumers choose sustainable products over others that we can together change the textile industry at base.


Why choose Cottover? How do clothes constitute an environmental problem? It is mainly the manufacturing of clothes and other textiles that has an adverse impact on both humans and the environment. Most often, outdated and seriously harmful pesticides are used in the cotton fields, affecting both the nature in the area and the people working in or near the fields. But the most significant environmental impact comes from post-treatment processes, like spinning, knitting and, above all, dyeing – the wet preparation. Because of all the chemicals used, the wet preparation is just as harmful as cotton cultivation. Large quantities of water and energy are required for the manufacturing of clothes, and the environmental impact is further increased by the amount of discarded garments. In Sweden, we buy on average 15–20 kilos of textile per year, and we throw away 8 kilos. That is not sustainable. In what way does Cottover contribute to sustainability? Cottover was created to try to address the social and environmental challenges throughout the manufacturing chain – from raw material to end product. The cotton comes from an organic farmer that does not use chemical pesticides and who is paid fairly in accordance with the Fairtrade criteria. We have minimised the use of chemicals in the entire manufacturing chain, and in accordance with the criteria laid down by The Nordic Swan Ecolabel, only certain approved dyes and chemicals are allowed in the post-treatment processes. All our suppliers must adhere to the UN conventions on working conditions, and we have complete traceability, from cotton to garment, which is highly unusual in today’s textile industry. In addition, our clothes are tested to ensure good quality. By making goodquality products we can reduce the unnecessary waste of natural resources and the clothes that end up in the trash after a few uses. But most of all, we contribute through our customers. It is not until a customer chooses a sustainable product that our work really has an impact, because at that point we can compete with conventional products and support the suppliers who produce sustainable clothes and textiles. The demands of the costumers determine what supply will be available. If you buy organic clothing and actively choose clothes that are manufactured with consideration for both humans and the environment, it increases the demand for sustainable products on the market, which gives us a more sustainable textile industry in the long run.

Why are eco-labelled clothes more expensive than “regular” clothes? To compare prices fairly you have to ask yourself if the clothes are of the same quality. Consider the materials used and the way the garment is sewn. Look at the hems and seams. How does the fabric feel to the touch? If your garment fades or changes colour or shape within a month, you have hardly got the best value for your money. If you do not take garment quality into account, you might as well compare apples and oranges. Eco-labelled clothes often have a higher manufacturing cost. It is quite natural, really. For example, Fairtrade cotton means that the cotton farmer is guaranteed payment that covers the costs of sustainable production and a bonus to be used for investing in the local community. The Nordic Swan Ecolabel and GOTS make great demands on all suppliers in the chain, for example regarding working conditions, environmentally-friendly processes and the kinds of chemicals used, which may lead to higher costs for the suppliers. These costs need to be covered by the customer buying the product. And using eco-labels on the garments is not free. The Nordic Swan Ecolabel, Fairtrade and GOTS are non-profit organisations, meaning that companies like ours pay fees and licences to use their services and brands. Considering Cottover’s high quality products, our prices are very fair. Thanks to large volumes and large-scale production, our products are only marginally more expensive than conventional products. Our prices are among the most competitive on the market for sustainable and eco-labelled clothing. Why are Cottover clothes manufactured in Bangladesh? Wouldn’t it be easier to guarantee a sustainable and fair production if the clothes were manufactured in Europe? The most significant sustainability challenges are global. In order to achieve any improvements we need to start changing the world where it will have the greatest impact, where the challenges are found. Bangladesh is one of the largest exporters of clothes and textiles in the world. To create a more sustainable textile industry we have to focus on the countries where the manufacturing actually takes place. Cottover strengthens the market position for suppliers that have invested in environmentally-friendly methods and better working conditions in Bangladesh. This also creates an incentive for other suppliers to follow their lead. Bangladesh is a country which is deeply dependant on its textile industry. The industry makes up about 80% of the country’s export earnings and employs about 4 million people. With a continuously favourable development on the global market, the industry could employ another 15 million people in 20 years. If this prognosis is correct, Bangladesh could be classified as a middle-income country in 2021 – an extremely important objective in the fight against poverty.


Sustainable consumption – is there such a thing? Since consumption is a prerequisite for trade, it is essentially a positive thing. It is necessary for our economy, for job creation and for welfare. Nearly all of the decrease in extreme poverty has come about in countries integrated with the rest of the world through trade and an influx of international businesses. And almost all countries that have gone from poverty to industrialisation in modern times have done so with the help of the textile industry. The UN Development Programme (UNDP) states that the textile and clothing industry is unique in the global economy, due to its ability to help countries develop. At the same time, trade must be fair and sustainable to lead to a positive development. This is where customers and consumers come in. We have the option of voting for sustainable products and responsible businesses through our wallets. With our purchasing power we can make positive changes. In other words, conscious consumption leads to sustainable development. Why are third party certifications important? For the average consumer, knowing what we are buying and how a product is manufactured is not an easy task. Even for suppliers it can be difficult to know all the steps in the supply chain, since the chain is usually made up of many different links. With third party certification and labelling, both manufacturers and consumers get reliable guidance. Third party certification means: - Complete traceability from textile fibre to garment. All links in the supply chain are documented! - Reviewing and verification – by an independent organisation – to ensure compliance with the requirements. - Yearly visits and inspections to ensure the suppliers comply with the requirements. - Labels that are well-known on the market and help customers find sustainable products without hassle. What is organic cotton? Organic is a term used for the growing of crops – in this case cotton, which is of plant origin. Organic also means naturally balanced cultivation in accordance with internationally agreed criteria. In practice, organic cotton means three things: 1. No chemicals/pesticides! Any insecticides and herbicides used must be distributed manually. 2. No chemical fertilisers. 3. No genetically modified (GMO) crops.

Apart from the obvious environmental benefits from organic cotton, there are other benefits as well. Cotton that is cultivated naturally and without the stress from fertilisers has a higher quality, with long, even and soft fibres. Clothing made from organic cotton means that the cotton used in the garments is organic, but the garments themselves may have been bleached, dyed or otherwise treated like conventionally manufactured clothes. So, while organic cotton is good, eco-labelled clothing is the best! Why? Because environmental requirements apply all the way from the raw materials, for example cotton, to the end product. Why is Fairtrade certified cotton important? Cotton is sometimes called The White Gold. It is a source of income for about 100 million households in over 70 different countries. But being a cotton farmer is not always easy. The competition on the global market is extremely tough, and the price of cotton has dropped significantly in the recent decades. This means severe difficulties for cotton farmers in developing countries, as they do not have the resources to compete with heavily subsidised cotton from wealthier countries, such as the USA. Fairtrade establishes criteria to guarantee that the farmer gets paid a minimum price covering the cost of sustainable production. The farmer also gets a bonus to be used for development in the local community, for example building a new school. Fairtrade is a security for farmers whose margins are already small. Each time you choose products made by Fairtrade certified cotton you help these farmers improve their working and living conditions. cottoVer® only uses Fairtrade certified cotton! How is the cotton production controlled? Can the labelling be trusted? For Fairtrade to certify cotton, each supplier in the supply chain must be certified by Flocert (an independent certification body). These inspections are repeated yearly, in order for the suppliers to keep their accreditation. In addition, every time the cotton or material is transported through the supply chain, a special traceability certificate called a Transaction Certificate is issued. That way, the certification body can control the flow of organic cotton, i.e. the amounts coming in to and is sent off by the supplier. And the numbers must add up. Our company, tg-h AB, has also been subject to inspections aimed at tracing our cotton flow, all the way to our warehouse and to the customer.


It is not only our products that make a difference. We are also involved in many projects aimed at making the world a better place. ACCORD ON FIRE AND BUILDING SAFETY IN BANGLADESH The Accord is a five-year contract to improve safety in the Bangladeshi textile industry, focusing on building, electrical, and fire safety. Over two million textile workers are directly affected by the work of Accord, which is, therefore, one of our most important projects regarding social responsibilities.

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BSCI is an initiative for businesses that want to improve working conditions in the global supply chain. Their code of conduct is making demands on all members’ suppliers, for example regarding wages and the prohibition of child labour, forced labour, and discrimination.

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TEXTILE EXCHANGE Textile Exchange is an international organisation working for a responsible expansion of organic cotton farming. Today, the available supply of organic cotton is not enough to meet the rising demand.

MISTRA FUTURE FASHION Mistra Future Fashion is a research programme focusing on sustainable fashion and working for a positive future for the fashion industry. The programme has a unique system perspective, and the vision and aim of the programme is to ensure a systemic change to transform the industry into a sustainable one. Their inter-¬disciplinary approach consists of research in areas such as design, supply chains, users, and recycling, in collaboration with a large consortium¬ of more than 40 research and industry partners, including Cottover. Visit www.mistrafuturefashion.com CLEAN SHIPPING INDEX The Clean Shipping Index is an initiative aimed at encouraging shipping companies to use cleaner ships that are more environmentally friendly, in order to reduce chemical and greenhouse gas emissions into our oceans.

COLOURS 425

pink

100

white

105

255

ca. PMS 7499 C

offwhite ca. PMS 7499 C

yellow ca. PMS 123 C

435

290

460

645

cerise ca. PMS 1585 C

orange ca. PMS 1585 C

red ca. PMS 200 C

green ca. PMS 360 C

New colours! 725

767

855

sky blue ca. PMS 543 C

royal ca. PMS 287 C

navy ca. PMS 655 C

885

980

990

purple ca. PMS 269 C

charcoal ca. PMS 432 C

black

Please note that, for technical reasons connected to photography and printing, colour deviations between the catalogue images and the actual products may occur. Moreover, the product images and the contextualised photos may differ slightly, due to variations in lighting. In those cases, please refer to the product images.


NEWS!

HEADBAND

BEANIE

141027

141024

p. 7

p. 7

T-SHIRT LADY

T-SHIRT MAN

T-SHIRT KID

T-SHIRT V-NECK LADY

T-SHIRT V-NECK MAN

141007

141008

141023

141021

141022

p. 9

p..9

p. 9

p. 10

p. 10

T-SHIRT LONG SLEEVE LADY T-SHIRT LONG SLEEVE MAN

PIQUE LADY

PIQUE MAN

PIQUE LONG SLEEVE LADY

141019

141020

141005

141006

141017

p. 11

p. 11

p. 12

p. 12

p. 13

PIQUE LONG SLEEVE MAN

CREW NECK UNISEX

CREW NECK KID

HALF ZIP UNISEX

FULL ZIP HOOD LADY

141018

141003

141015

141012

141009

p. 13

p. 14

p. 14

p. 15

p. 16

FULL ZIP HOOD MAN

HOOD LADY

HOOD MAN

HOOD KID

SWEAT PANTS MAN / LADY / KID

141010

141001

141002

141011

141014 / 141013 / 141016

p. 16

p. 17

p. 17

p. 17

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