By combining several sustainable certification schemes, Neutral have developed a holistic approach to produce simple but quality clothing that consumers can trust.

Truly sustainable clothing production requires holistic approaches and certified processes. Neutral is producing simple clothing with timeless designs using organic cotton, recycling wastewater and waste and using alternative energy to power factories. The company  offers farmers a better income through Fairtrade and provides workers with proper rights. Neutral is responsibly certified from farm to shop with independent, internationally recognized organizations, creating high levels of consumer trust.

We believe in being okay. With 100% commitment to certified clothing, we can improve our planet, make people healthier and give farmers hope. That’s okay.

Lars Bech – Founder,

With high credibility, Neutral has become a model for businesses, NGOs, the public sector and other fashion labels to replicate in order to improve their own sustainability and market outreach. Today, Neutral supplies sustainable clothing to a wide range of customers within the private and public sector including Noma, L’Oréal, Malmö City and Roskilde Festival.

Why you should care

Certificates can guide companies in the fashion industry to produce more sustainable clothing from cotton field to final product. Neutral is certified according to best in class environmental, social and ethical standards: GOTS, EU Eco-Label, Fairtrade, SA8000, Neutral® Responsibility and Oeko-Tex all add their stamp of approval to Neutral’s clothing lines. By higher but fairer prices, the company is paving the way towards structural change in the fashion industry.

How the Global Goals are addressed

Decent Work and Economic Growth

Certification labels like GOTS and Fairtrade ensure that workers all along the supply chain receive decent wages and work in dignified conditions.

Reduced Inequalities

Low-skilled textile workers are amongst the most poorly paid workers in developing countries. Paying better wages and protecting workers’ health can help to close this inequality gap.

Responsible Consumption and Production

Taking a holistic approach to certifying textile production helps to solve some of the problems caused by anonymity in fashion supply chains where retailers can be many steps away from producers.

Life on Land

Organically produced cotton uses only natural substances and requires farmers to use sustainable and responsible methods for cotton production.