About Stanley Stella | The Brand

Based in Belgium,ūüáßūüᙬ† Stanley Stella is renowned for ethically made, premium quality basics.

Since its launch in 2012, the STANLEY/STELLA brand has focused on simplicity, highlighting the essence of the garment. Stanley Stella's aim is to offer products that respect people & the environment. Producing authentic & responsible clothing that you'll be proud to wear.

Pieces that initiate change in the textile industry, made in a more humane, ethical & ecological way. 

Quality | Durability | Comfort | are part of the DNA at Stanley Stella. The fabric is chosen with the greatest attention & must meet strict criteria, including softness.

100% of the cotton used by STANLEY/STELLA is organic cotton.

Polyester fabric, is mainly recycled for the sake of the circular economy.

Every STANLEY/STELLA product is designed to last for a long time & is assembled & finished to perfection.

What we ‚̧ԳŹ about Stanley Stella


All Stanley/Stella products are certified (the type of certification depends on the fabric composition).

  • Global Organic Textile Standard¬†(GOTS):¬†This standard applies to all products that are made with minimum 95% organic cotton.¬†GOTS has recently recognised recycled polyester as a sustainable fibre, so sweatshirts with 15% recycled polyester are now also GOTS certified.
  • Global Recycled Standard¬†(GRS):¬†This standard applies to all products that are made with recycled fibres, whether recycled cotton or recycled polyester.
  • Organic Content Standard (OCS) Blend:¬†This standard applies to products that are made with fibre blends where organic cotton makes up less than 70% of the total composition, e.g. cotton/Tencel¬ģ, cotton/Modal¬ģ, Sherpa-lined styles.
  • OEKO-TEX:¬†This standard guarantees that textiles do not contain harmful chemicals. All¬†Stanley Stella products are OEKO-TEX certified.
  • PETA:¬†Stanley/Stella is a PETA-Approved Vegan company, so do not use any animal-derived components in¬†their production process. All products are PETA-certified.

 

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