ECO LIFE

I opened an eco clothing store!

Chuje Wianki Odzież Ekologiczna

2020 is definitely an on-of-a-kind year.
Challenging in many aspects, but providing a space for new beginnings.

After months and months of research, I finally found a company and a way to put my designs on with a piece of mind. Which means vegan, plastic-free, and sustainable.

AAAAND I opened an eco & vegan clothing store called CHUJE WIANKI which in the closest translation means… LOADS OF BOLLOCKS:

Website
Facebook
Instagram

So far it’s mostly with Polish designs – still, word plays come a bit easier in my native language. HOWEVER, I was suggested to create some stuff in English – check THIS LINK.


Few things I am proud of:

VEGAN FRIENDLY:
As part of our GOTS certification, we are audited to ensure that our products do not contain animal-derived ingredients and to ensure our products have not been tested on animals. This certification is seed-to-shop and includes our organic cotton and printing technology.

SUSTAINABLE:
It’s what we are known for. Our products are made from certified organic cotton, powered by renewable energy and every product is designed to come back to us when it’s worn out – we make new products from the material we recover. Our production team won the Queen’s Award for Innovation for our work on making the first circular economy for fashion.

ETHICAL/FAIR TRADE:
As part of our GOTS certification, our supply chain is audited to ensure safe, positive, and fair working conditions and pay. All of our products are GOTS compliant and our supply chain is SA8000 certified.

WISE PACKAGING:
All orders are shipped in plastic-free packaging. They are rip-proof, splash-proof mailers made from paper. Large orders come in cardboard boxes sealed with plastic-free tape.

THE ART PRINTS: The art prints come on premium quality 300gsm, 100% recycled heavyweight stock that’s Forest Stewardship Council certified, meaning it’s made from responsibly sourced materials that comply with a wide range of social and environmental standards.
The art prints are printed using a digital press. The ink used is Ricoh ‘liquid powder’ toners that come in recyclable cartridges and packaging.

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