"The least polluting garment is the one that is not produced."
At Studio Bohème, we are committed to producing in a reasoned, ecological and ethical manner, and to always making more efforts in this direction. Here, no greenwashing, we want to create clothes that you will fall in love with, but we want to keep doing it well. And to improve ourselves.
Since the beginning, Studio Bohème has advocated the use of non-toxic textiles without the addition of chemicals. To respect the fragile skin of babies, all the fabrics used are of natural origin, from organic farming, and particularly soft: Pima cotton jersey, fleece, slub cotton gauze, sponge...
The materials are GOTS certified and labeled OEKO TEX standard 100, the two most reliable labels in the textile industry.
"Organic is not a marketing argument, it was the sine qua non of the brand's existence."
A few explanations on the labels...
GOTS: this label certifies not only the biological composition of the fabric, but also respect for the environment (for example by guaranteeing that no toxic and polluting product has been used) as well as highly standardized working conditions.
OEKO TEX standard 100: this label guarantees the absence of toxic products for health as well as for the environment.
"A coherent ecological approach."
Studio Bohème has chosen to produce its collections in Europe, in Portugal, in a family workshop. Country renowned for its quality production and whose proximity reduces the impact of transport. Another advantage, this distance also makes it possible to build a special relationship with this partner workshop from the beginning.
For several years, we have been working to ensure that all our packaging is as eco-friendly as possible.
In your orders, the card, the tissue paper and the sticker are made of recycled and recyclable paper. We have chosen to send your orders in boxes and not in plastic envelopes. The tape that closes the boxes is now made of kraft paper.
The pockets used to individually protect the items are made from a material similar to plastic, but recyclable and even compostable. Unfortunately, we can't do without it yet, but we are always on active watch to look for the least polluting packaging.