Humanity's challenge for this century:

to slow down climate change

The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world and by far the most opaque.

We asked BCOME to analyze the impact  of our garments

From the materials we use to our supply chain, the distance our garments travel before reaching our customers, the water and electricity we save with the technology we implement into our garments, and our recycling system.


Our clothes use 87% less water than the same garment in conventional cotton.

Since 2019 we’ve saved 11.601.000 liters of water, equivalent to 4,5 Olympic swimming pools!

79 Liters
625 liters

Our garments generate 53% less CO2 during its whole lifecycle than the same garment in conventional cotton.

Since 2019 we’ve saved more than 152.000 kg CO2 eq.; the equivalent to driving 790.000km by car. With all the CO2 we saved, we could drive 19 times around the globe by car.

6 KgCO2 eq
13 KgCO2 eq

CO2 is responsible for 53% of   global warming; the main cause of climate change.

Climate change is increasing the pressure on water bodies, generating floods, droughts, and rising sea levels. Using and wasting less water is a key adaptation strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and therefore mitigate climate change.

CO2 is responsible for 53% of   global warming;
the main cause of climate change.

How do we do it?

By applying technology to our products to reduce its impact throughout its lifecycle:

1. Conscious production


We use digital printing to reduce water consumption to a minimum. — Did you know that to dye a pair of jeans an average of 7000 litres of water is needed?


Our garments are made locally, reducing CO2 of transport: the fashion industry is responsible for more CO2 emissions than all the flights and maritime shipping combined since clothes are made on the other side of the world.


We use circular materials: Our garments are 100% polyester in order to be 100% recyclable. Did you know that when a garment is made of a mix of materials it cannot be recycled?

Ethical garments

We make our garments from raw material to final tailoring in Spain and Portugal with 14 suppliers that employ more than 500 people.

We generate wealth and industry locally. And since we make our garments in Spain, we also pay our taxes here, to contribute to the society that we clothe.


2. Sustainable during its use

Did you know that most of the pollution from garments comes from their use, when we wash, dry, and iron them?

That’s why we implement technology into clothes; since you don’t have to wash it so often, it’s fast-drying and doesn’t need ironing, we reduce its environmental footprint.

Our garments are designed to last. Its technology too.
That’s why they have a timeless design, so you can use them for years to come.


3. Recyclable & circular

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Our garments are 100% recyclable. The manufacturer that makes our thread can recycle our clothes and give them a new life. And a third one, and a fourth one… Send us your garment when you finish with it so we can recycle it for you

Our buttons and packaging are made of recycled materials.

But everything we do would mean nothing without people committed to a different type of fashion and strive for sustainability in their choices.

As a consumer, you have the power to make the difference. Every time you choose one product over another, you’re choosing the product that stays in the market next season.

We owe a lot to the community of customers who support us and invest in smart fashion. With your purchase, you are helping us right the wrongs of the fashion industry.