Who we are

It is high time to increase awareness about social and environmental issues of fashion industry but also improve product quality. These are the founding principles of Ganwise.

The fashion industry has significant environmental footprint across its value chain. Common cotton textiles are produced using large amounts of water, energy and chemicals, while the manufacture of synthetic fibres is based on fossil fuels. The sector is in this way a major contributor to climate change through its energy use and waste management. 

Create meaningful clothes with respect for People Planet

Our textile partners have the best certifications

Global Organic Textile Standard

Worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain

Fair Wear Foundation

Independent multi-stakeholder organisation that works with garment brands, garment workers and industry influencers to improve labour conditions in garment factories.

Organic Content Standard

International, voluntary standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of certified organic input and chain of custody. The goal of the OCS is to increase organic agriculture production


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members and supporters


OEKO-TEX® enables consumers and companies to make responsible decisions which protect our planet for future generations. The testing and certification process guarantees maximum consumer safety.

Global Recycled Standard

The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) applies to the full supply chain and addresses traceability, environmental principles, social requirements, chemical content and labeling.

Using resources much more wisely

It is time to rethink our business models. The fashion industry is the second top polluting industries worldwide. By shifting from a linear to a circular economy, we can coordinate change. This has to happen on the producer side as well as the buyer side. Indeed, by buying and producing clothes fairly and sustainably, we can overcome this challenge together.