CARPASUS

Chemise décontractée BERNINA | Turquoise

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€129.00
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THE BRAND
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
  • The model wears a size M.
  • Fit: Button-down collar, Front left pocket, Buttons in natural corozo, Elegant and discreet CARPASUS mallard embroidery on the right sleeve slit, Sewn gusset to reinforce the side seam, Pleats on the back
  • Fit: Comfort
  • Couleur: Bleu Turquoise
  • Materials: Organic Cotton, Recycled Cotton
  • Made in: Portugal
  • Maintenance: Avoid washing too often, prefer ventilation and dry cleaning. Otherwise wash cold, 20° or 30° to save as much energy as possible.
  • Certifications: bioRe
THE BRAND

Carpasus

The Swiss brand CARPASUS offers you eco-responsible shirts of superior quality for a fresh and sustainable style.


Carpasus uses natural materials for the manufacture of its eco-responsible, organically grown clothing and advocates the use of natural materials in the manufacture Fabriqué en Europeof its products. The ethical brand also makes it a point of honour to work with partners who respect social standards and pay their employees fairly.


It is very important for them to offer their ethical clothing in full transparency.

Carpasus
CERTIFICATIONS
PRODUCTION

The Carpasus brand produces its eco-responsible clothing in the factory(ies) below:

Marfel Plant

🇵🇹 Portugal, Europe

Founded in 1946, the Marfel factory is a company based in Felgueiras. It employs around 250 people and specialises in the manufacture of high quality dress shirts.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Made in Europe
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Bontex Plant

🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe

Founded in 2005 The Bontex company in Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina, specializes in the manufacture of high quality shirts. It employs 220 people.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • SA8000 certified
  • Made in Europe
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Somelos Tecidos Plant

🇵🇹 Portugal, Europe

Founded in 1958, Somelos Tecidos in Portugal employs around 550 people and specialises in spinning, weaving and finishing exquisite fabrics.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
  • Made in Europe
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Factory Getzner Textil AG

🇦🇹 Austria, Europe

Founded in 1818, the factory is located in Bludenz, Austria, not far from the Swiss border. The factory, which has almost 200 years of experience in textile production and employs more than 700 workers, deals with dyeing and weaving yarn. The family business is one of the largest employers in the region and has invested heavily in the local production site.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
  • Bluesing
  • Made in Europe
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Mundifios Factory

🇵🇹 Portugal, Europe

Mundifios has been based in Guimarães since 1985. Its core business is the marketing of common yarns and the production of special yarns for the clothing, household linen and technical and functional textiles sectors. Their laboratory is equipped with the latest quality control technology, in order to provide the best products on the market. All raw materials are tested to use the least harmful and most comfortable materials.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
  • Made in Europe
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Eurotex Plant

🇮🇳 India, Asia

Eurotex is located in Kolhapur, which is situated in the state of Maharashtra in India. The company, founded in 1989, employs about a thousand people and spins cotton into fine yarns.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
  • SA8000 certified
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Narteks Plant

🇹🇷 Turkey, Asia

Narteks is a family spinning company in Turkey. The company is highly specialized and has many years of experience in cotton processing.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
Carpasus - Production - Klow


Filasa Factory

🇵🇹 Portugal, Europe

Filasa, located in Guimaraes, Portugal, spins and dyes the yarns. The company takes the durability of its fabrics seriously. It invests and conducts research to reduce the use of water in the dyeing process. In addition, the company has adopted a stance of investing in development Engagement social practices and minimizing the environmental impact in the community where it operates, promoting the reduction of the negative footprint of its activity on the community and the environment.


Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • GOTS certified
  • Oeko-Tex certified
Carpasus - Production - Klow


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This product is sent by CARPASUS

Eco-responsible materials

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Our commitments

  • Respect of the environment

    We only offer you clothes designed in an sustainable way, in order to help you consume sustainably. Our clothes are made from environmentally friendly materials such as organic, recycled or natural fibres.

  • Ethics

    We attach great importance to the working conditions and fair remuneration of workers and craftsmen. All clothes sold on Klow are either produced in Europe - in accordance with European labour law - or can justify Fair Trade labels.

  • Transparency

    Each of our garments is chosen with great care during a transparency audit, based on precise criteria that meet our sustainability charter. We categorically refuse brands and clothing that are not in line with our ethical and ecological standards.

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