Ética is an American sustainable womenswear brand that has been certified to be environmentally friendly by various accredited organizations. Among these reputable agencies are: OEKO-TEX Standard 100, WRAP, Bluesign, Cradle to Cradle™, and GOTS.
Ética is also especially known for their eco-friendly denim products and is at the forefront of sustainable denim design. Ética fully embraces sustainable production and sourcing methods while also offering stylish and modern designs. Ética uses innovative technologies to diminish waste, water and energy consumption. Comparatively to industry standards, Ética uses 90% less water, 63% less energy, and 70% less chemicals than traditional apparel brands. Ética achieves these results by using market-leading equipment, advanced wash and dyeing techniques, and sustainable sourcing practices. This brand utilizes minimal impact textiles such as: refibra tencel, organic cotton, upcycled faux furs and recycled cotton; in addition to using only liquid indigo (rather than powder) for their denim fabrics, which largely lessen both water and chemical usage, as well as not creating any waste water or water pollution at all.
Ética utilizes circular sourcing as often as possible in order to prevent landfill waste and to pursue their drive to continually become more sustainable. This brand implements solely biodegradable tags, labels, and packaging that are also composed entirely from recycled materials. Ética’s products also all became 100% free of Micro-Plastics in 2021, thus protecting soil health, water ways, and the communities of both manufacturing workers and customers.
Ética is also a member of The Better Cotton Initiative™ as well as a supporter of One Tree Planted, a nonprofit organization that centers around global reforestation. Ética plants one tree with every purchase made on their online store.
Materials used:Deadstock Lyocell Recycled Cotton Recycled Polyester Tencel
Ética is an ethical brand. Ética views corporate responsibility and transparency as an integral part of their company; and they have been certified by a number of recognized third-party institutes such as SMETA Auditing, receiving certification from SEDEX, obtaining Clean Industry Practices certificate from PROFEPA, and getting awarded the Gold Certification from the Worldwide Responsible Apparel Coalition.
Ética’s factory and textile dyeing facilities are located in Puebla, Mexico. This brand also works together with a local family-owned and operated denim producer that has a strong sustainability background as well as an accounted for social responsibility. All of Ética’s factories, partnered factories, and suppliers are regularly audited by third-party groups.
Additionally Ética participates in a great deal of community outreach in Puebla, Mexico. Ética installed an eco-friendly water purification system that provides water to local farmlands throughout the region as well as donating supplies and building materials to low-income housing in the area.
Yes, Ética is a vegan brand. This brand does not use any textiles, fibers, or animal skin derived materials. Additionally, Ética does not use any softeners, dyes or other additives derived from animal sources. All trims, hardwear, fabrics, and tags used by Ética are 100% vegan. Currently, Ética has not been approved to be vegan by PETA or a similar organization. However, due to their numerous certifications in other fields, we believe that we can trust Ética also on this matter to be honest and authentic.
This brand offers free shipping on orders over $100 USD.
The brand ships to the following locations: International.
This brand does not offer free returns. However, customers can return items within 15 days for a refund of merchandise purchased. Returned items must be in new condition, unworn, and with original tags attached. The shipping costs are not refundable. The customer is responsible for the return shipping costs.
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