Recycled cashmere scarf created from well-worn cashmere garments that would otherwise go to landfill.
A recycled cashmere scarf is created from worn out garments that would otherwise go to landfill
Cashmere has a soft, warm feel
Made in better working conditions with living wages, no child labor, freely chosen employment and respect for the environment. Organic Basics uses the GOTS and SA8000 standards to ensure that things are made fairly.
Size & Fit:
Measures 175 cm x 40 cm
Cashmere has a soft, warm and light feel - but it takes a hard toll on the environment. Organic Basics uses GRS certified recycled cashmere produced in Italy from worn out cashmere garments - which saves water and chemicals, reduces CO2, and eliminates harm to animals. They have also added a small amount of ultrafine merino for added strength and warmth.
About Organic Basics
Organic Basics, a sustainable fashion brand based in Denmark, was founded by four Danish guys in 2015. They were tired of owning poorly designed and expensive underwear made by big fashion labels.
Organic Basics was born out of the idea of fighting against the current fast fashion industry and its poor environmental standards. The brand aims to get consumers to switch to higher quality, organic and long-lasting clothing.
The materials are natural, renewable, recycled, biodegradable and/or low-impact only. The design aspect of the brand is minimalist style paired with timeless design, combining high quality and the best organic fabrics. This makes the brand stand-out.
Long-lasting sustainable basics in the softest organic cotton, Tencel, and recycled plastic. Conscious everyday essentials made from soft, natural, and renewable fibers. Soft organic cotton. Recycled materials.
Organic Basics only works with trusted, certified factory partners - these are the good guys. They have the same sustainable vision as Organic Basics - and follow it through by continuously reducing their environmental footprint. These factories also ensure that their workplace is free of child labor and forced labor, their workers are surrounded in a safe working space, paid a living wage, offered employee perks like free lunch and childcare - and of course, they are treated with respect at all times.