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Better for the planet.

When we talk about all things products, our first goal is to be as transparent as possible.
Lack of transparency is sooo 2015. We’re committed to making clothes with a smaller environmental impact in places that treat workers well. So, when it comes to choosing where we make our clothes, we look at a number of different factors - innovation, quality, price, speed, reduced environmental impact, and working conditions for the people in the facility. Our goal: Finding the right partners that share a common vision to be able to close the fashion loop.
These are our partners, commitments & plans in 2021 and beyond:

Our goal
Swedish Fall's Vision: Den Kreislauf schließen.

We all leave an impact on the planet, so we should all play a part in cleaning up our footprint: The fashion industry is obsessed with creating latest styles made from the best materials - But some of these create significant environmental problems. We are committed to use materials that don’t - until we have found a solution to make new out of old.

In order to hit our sustainability goals in 2021, we expand our product selection with three new low impact materials. Firstly, a new performance and active collection made from recycled water bottles (Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester). Secondly, our current and new lounge collections made with organic cotton. And last but not least, introducing new collections made from bamboo fibre. By the end of 2022, we want to have moved 90% of our materials to recycled materials and better fabric alternatives.

Take a peek:

Our goal
Swedish Fall's Vision: Den Kreislauf schließen.

We all leave an impact on the planet, so we should all play a part in cleaning up our footprint: The fashion industry is obsessed with creating latest styles made from the best materials - But some of these create significant environmental problems. We are committed to use materials that don’t - until we have found a solution to make new out of old.

In order to hit our sustainability goals in 2021, we expand our product selection with three new low impact materials. Firstly, a new performance and active collection made from recycled water bottles (Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester). Secondly, our current and new lounge collections made with organic cotton. And last but not least, introducing new collections made from bamboo fibre. By the end of 2022, we want to have moved 90% of our materials to recycled materials and better fabric alternatives.

Take a peek:

Recycled Polyester

Did you know almost all synthetic activewear is made from plastic? Nearly half of the world’s clothing is made of polyester. Many athleisure brands are in need for stretchy, more resistant garments for their products. The problem: Polyester is not a sustainable textile option, as it is made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), the most common type of plastic in the world. In short, the majority of all athleisure clothes come from crude oil, while the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is calling for drastic actions to keep the world’s temperature to a maximum of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. Not okay - not what we want - not what we will support.

That’s why decided to step up the game and shifted our production to 100% recycled plastic made from post-consumer bottles. Read more...

Organic Cotton

In addition to being one of the most widely grown crops in the world, growing conventional cotton is also one of the most chemical-­intensive. These chemicals have tremendous impact on the earth’s air, water, soil, and the health of people in cotton-growing areas.

That’s why (luckily) many environmental conscious brands are shifting to organic cotton. We made this decision, too. As of May 2021, we are shifting our whole loungewear/comfy production to 100% organic cotton fibres. But what is organic cotton? Click to read more...

Bamboo Fibre

Initially, bamboo was used for the hand-made production of paper. But thanks to modern manufacturing, bamboo pulp is now capable of creating bamboo fibre which can be used to make yarn and fabric - including our new underwear that will be part of our portfolio as of spring 2021.

Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of the bamboo grass, the bamboo fibre is then made by pulping the bamboo grass until it separates into thin threads of fibre, which is then spun and dyed for weaving into cloth.
Read more...

Recycled Polyester

Did you know almost all synthetic activewear is made from plastic? Nearly half of the world’s clothing is made of polyester. Many athleisure brands are in need for stretchy, more resistant garments for their products. The problem: Polyester is not a sustainable textile option, as it is made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), the most common type of plastic in the world. In short, the majority of all athleisure clothes come from crude oil, while the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is calling for drastic actions to keep the world’s temperature to a maximum of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. Not okay - not what we want - not what we will support.

That’s why decided to step up the game and shifted our production to 100% recycled plastic made from post-consumer bottles. Read more...

Organic Cotton

In addition to being one of the most widely grown crops in the world, growing conventional cotton is also one of the most chemical-­intensive. These chemicals have tremendous impact on the earth’s air, water, soil, and the health of people in cotton-growing areas.

That’s why (luckily) many environmental conscious brands are shifting to organic cotton. We made this decision, too. As of May 2021 we are shifting our whole loungewear/comfy production to 100% organic cotton fibres. But what is organic cotton? Read more...

Bamboo Fibre

Initially, bamboo was used for the hand-made production of paper. But thanks to modern manufacturing, bamboo pulp is now capable of creating bamboo fibre which can be used to make yarn and fabric - including our new underwear that will be part of our portfolio as of spring 2021.

Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of the bamboo grass, the bamboo fibre is then made by pulping the bamboo grass until it separates into thin threads of fibre, which is then spun and dyed for weaving into cloth.
Read more...

Factories & Partners

Every factory has a story. Our goal is to find the best from around the world to make our products. These are our suppliers, that guarantee fair wages, safe and healthy conditions, and zero forced or child labor.

Motives, Vietnam

Founded in 2004, Motives International is one of the largest apparel producers globally with teams in Ho Chi Minh, Dalian, Ethiopia, Cambodia, New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Toulouse, Tokyo and Dubai. They have over 500 employees. With Motives, we are able to switch from normal polyester to 100% recycled polyester. As of May 2021, you will find the first recycled performance products on our website made by Motives. Stay tuned for what’s about to come!

Focus: Activewear, Outdoor
Location: Vietnam
Employees: 83
Certificates: BSCI, WRAP, Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, GRS, ISO 9001
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Motives.

Jway, Portugal

We discovered that not only performance & loungewear products are bestseller items in your Swedish Fall Box, but you also regularily asked for seamless leggings + bras! So, we couldn’t be more happy to have found Mariana’s team from Jway, a Portuguese manufacturer who focusses on high-quality seamless products made from 100% recycled polyester fabric.

Focus: Seamless
Location: Barcelos, Portugal
Employees: 41
Certificates: Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, SMETA, SEDEX, GOTS & RCS in progress
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Jway.

XGreen Textile, Portugal

It is obvious that our trend-conscious customers are no longer shy to take their relaxing silhouettes to the street and it is no longer about just looking gorgeous but also being comfortable. That’s why we decided to expand our loungewear portfolio with our new partner XGreen Textile in Portugal who we found in late 2020. As of May 2021, you will find the first old & new loungewear products made from organic cotton on our website. Stay tuned!

Focus: Loungewear
Location: Barcelos, Portugal
Certificates: GOTS certified Organic Cotton
Ethical Q&A in progress

Click to read the full story about XGreen Textile.

VGTEX, Portugal

Swedish Fall is coming home. VGETEX, a small but one of the most innovative factories we got to know, is one of our newest suppliers and is headquartered in Porto, Portugal. We are proud to partner with VGETEX that are as committed to sustainable development within our industry as we are.

Focus: Hoodies & Sweater
Location: Porto, Portugal
Employees: 72
Certificates: In Progress
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about VGTEX.

Eation, China

Established in 2014, the factory of Eation Garment with around 280 employees is situated in Dongguan and specializes in premium lifestyle and sportswear with OEKO-TEX certified safe dyes and stray fibers with its own in-house design team and quality control team ensuring our final products meet all our standards. Shipments from Eation always come by sea to us so that we save lots of CO2 compared to shipments that come in by plane.

Focus: Performance
Location: Dongguan, China
Employees: 280
Certificates: BSCI, Standard 100 Oeko-Tex
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Eation.

Bless Garment, China

You may not know it, but a lot of the best manufacturers for performance fabrics are located overseas. We know - we looked. And found Bless Garment that are dedicated to people rather than profits, bringing along with them values that have made them be a successful facility for premium activewear. This includes making sure every employee is treated with respect and paid a fair and living wage.

Focus: Performance
Location: Dongguan, China
Employees: 89
Certificates: SGS, TÜV, Intertek
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Bless Garment.

Final Round

Established in 2002, this family-run factory is owned and operated by two Pakistani brothers, Faizan and Ahftab, who have been in the textile business since 2000. Whilst adapting more and more sustainable practices, such as energy supply by solar energy and integrating sustainable sourcing policies, Final Round focusses on a sustainable single-piece-flow production which means that we are able to order very few amounts of each product, color and size just enough to cover the demand and avoiding overproduction by almost 100%.

Focus: Leggings, Bras
Location: Pakistan
Employees: 100
Certificates: Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, GOTS, SEDEX & ETI in progress
Download our Ethical Q&A, Sustainable Sourcing Policy, Code of Conduct

Click to read the full story about Final Round.

Lebond

Recently, we got introduced to Jessie from Lebond, a factory based in Jiangxi with ca. 100 employees. Whilst being a member of the global membership organisation SEDEX (improving ethical & responsible business practices), this factory specializes on yoga and sportswear with outstanding quality.

Focus: Activewear
Location: Jiangxi, China
Employees: 100
Certificates: SEDEX
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Lebond.

Aifashionbird, China

Established in recent 2013, a small team consisting of 20 people in operations & sales and 80 people in the production facility dedicated itself on R&D and the production of high-end sportswear.

Focus: Leggings, Bras
Location: China
Employees: 100
Certificates: SGS
Ethical Q&A in progress

Explore more

Factories & Partners

Every factory has a story. Our goal is to find the best from around the world to make our products. These are our suppliers, that guarantee fair wages, safe and healthy conditions, and zero forced or child labor.

Motives, Vietnam

Founded in 2004, Motives International is one of the largest apparel producers globally with teams in Ho Chi Minh, Dalian, Ethiopia, Cambodia, New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Toulouse, Tokyo and Dubai. They have over 500 employees. With Motives, we are able to switch from normal polyester to 100% recycled polyester. As of May 2021, you will find the first recycled performance products on our website made by Motives. Stay tuned for what’s about to come!

Focus: Activewear, Outdoor
Location: Vietnam
Employees: 83
Certificates: BSCI, WRAP, Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, GRS, ISO 9001
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Motives.

Jway, Portugal

We discovered that not only performance & loungewear products are bestseller items in your Swedish Fall Box, but you also regularily asked for seamless leggings + bras! So, we couldn’t be more happy to have found Mariana’s team from Jway, a Portuguese manufacturer who focusses on high-quality seamless products made from 100% recycled polyester fabric.

Focus: Seamless
Location: Barcelos, Portugal
Employees: 41
Certificates: Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, SMETA, GOTS & RCS in progress
Ethical Q&A in progress

Click to read the full story about Jway.

XGreen Textile, Portugal

It is obvious that our trend-conscious customers are no longer shy to take their relaxing silhouettes to the street and it is no longer about just looking gorgeous but also being comfortable. That’s why we decided to expand our loungewear portfolio with our new partner XGreen Textile in Portugal who we found in late 2020. As of May 2021, you will find the first old & new loungewear products made from organic cotton on our website. Stay tuned!

Focus: Loungewear
Location: Barcelos, Portugal
Certificates: GOTS certified Organic Cotton
Ethical Q&A in progress

Click to read the full story about XGreen Textile.

VGTEX, Portugal

Swedish Fall is coming home. VGETEX, a small but one of the most innovative factories we got to know, is one of our newest suppliers and is headquartered in Porto, Portugal. We are proud to partner with VGETEX that are as committed to sustainable development within our industry as we are.

Focus: Hoodies & Sweater
Location: Porto, Portugal
Employees: 72
Certificates: In Progress
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about VGTEX.

Eation, China

Established in 2014, the factory of Eation Garment with around 280 employees is situated in Dongguan and specializes in premium lifestyle and sportswear with OEKO-TEX certified safe dyes and stray fibers with its own in-house design team and quality control team ensuring our final products meet all our standards. Shipments from Eation always come by sea to us so that we save lots of CO2 compared to shipments that come in by plane.

Focus: Performance
Location: Dongguan, China
Employees: 280
Certificates: BSCI, Standard 100 Oeko-Tex
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Eation.

Bless Garment, China

You may not know it, but a lot of the best manufacturers for performance fabrics are located overseas. We know - we looked. And found Bless Garment that are dedicated to people rather than profits, bringing along with them values that have made them be a successful facility for premium activewear. This includes making sure every employee is treated with respect and paid a fair and living wage.

Focus: Performance
Location: Dongguan, China
Employees: 89
Certificates: SGS, TÜV, Intertek
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Bless Garment.

Final Round

Established in 2002, this family-run factory is owned and operated by two Pakistani brothers, Faizan and Ahftab, who have been in the textile business since 2000. Whilst adapting more and more sustainable practices, such as energy supply by solar energy and integrating sustainable sourcing policies, Final Round focusses on a sustainable single-piece-flow production which means that we are able to order very few amounts of each product, color and size just enough to cover the demand and avoiding overproduction by almost 100%.

Focus: Leggings, Bras
Location: Pakistan
Employees: 100
Certificates: Standard 100 Oeko-Tex, GOTS, SEDEX & ETI in progress
Download our Ethical Q&A, Sustainable Sourcing Policy, Code of Conduct

Click to read the full story about Final Round.

Lebond

Recently, we got introduced to Jessie from Lebond, a factory based in Jiangxi with ca. 100 employees. Whilst being a member of the global membership organisation SEDEX (improving ethical & responsible business practices), this factory specializes on yoga and sportswear with outstanding quality.

Focus: Activewear
Location: Jiangxi, China
Employees: 100
Certificates: SEDEX
Download our Ethical Q&A

Click to read the full story about Lebond.

Aifashionbird

Established in recent 2013, a small team consisting of 20 people in operations & sales and 80 people in the production facility dedicated itself on R&D and the production of high-end sportswear.

Focus: Leggings, Bras
Location: China
Employees: 100
Certificates: SGS
Ethical Q&A in progress

Explore more

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