Lenzing EcoVero Viscose
EcoVero is a more responsible version of viscose. It’s made from wood pulp sourced from forests that are sustainably managed (no cutting down ancient or endangered forests just for some fabric!).
EcoVero production also uses less water, sufficiently cleans that water before disposal, and emits less CO2 than conventional viscose/rayon.
WHEN YOU SAY “ETHICAL”...
In this case, we mean: Garment workers were paid a living wage and worked in clean, safe factories with fair working hours. Workers in other tiers of the supply chain (think: fabric production, yarn production) are paid at least a legal minimum wage, with goals for increasing to a living wage, and all suppliers are listed publicly. Factories don’t allow child labor, forced labor, or unauthorized subcontracting (which is often a loophole other brands use to get cheap labor). All garments are made carbon neutral through offsets, and the brand donates 1% for the Planet.