Better World Strategy
At SAND Copenhagen, we operate only with suppliers and partners, who abide 100 % to our code of conduct and who are all ISO-certified, guaranteeing that they meet our high standards.
As a family owned and run company, we are extremely aware of our corporate responsibility, and we constantly aim to reduce our impact on the environment as well as strengthen our position in regard of social and economic sustainability.
We believe that continuously working to improve the quality of our items, both in fabric, design, and production, will increase the lifespan of each item. Love it, wear it, pass it on.
In the design process we aim to create shapes, colors, and prints that work well for more than a season and can transcend seasons and trends, also to prolong the lifespan of each item. You can even upcycle or redo the items to further reduce you impact on the environment.
In all steps of the process from design idea to item we aim to use less of the natural resources and make smart solutions to reduce the environmental footprint. Being responsible lies deep in our DNA.
We strive to provide our customers with only the finest garments, and to do so, we operate exclusively with partners and suppliers of the highest standard, many of whom we have worked with for a long time. Growing and developing together over time makes our relationships strong and our production transparent.
Social & Responsible
To make garments as exquisite as ours, we only work with highly skilled craftsmen, who make use of their experience and unparalleled craftsmanship in the production. By working mainly in the EU, we get to work with some of the best and most dedicated artisans who do their best to make every item from SAND Copenhagen unique.
By keeping our production, both of fabrics and of garments mainly in Italy and Portugal, we contribute to the continuous survival and prosperity of the Southern European textile industry, its workers, and its long history of fashion. An industry otherwise threatened due to many brands outsourcing their production to countries with significantly cheaper labor and non-transparent production facilities.
By sustaining the textile industry, we sustain the workers and their families in rural areas where labor can be hard to find, and we also keep the craftsmanship and knowledge passed on from generation to generation, alive.