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Stanley & Stella

The Belgian brand Stanley & Stella started its alliterated life in 2012. Their not-so-modest goal? Introducing a new way of thinking and producing into the fashion industry. Founding father Jean Chabert continues to strive for high-end products and an honest production process. In addition, the company wants to communicate openly about their efforts. To give impetus to ecological fashion, Stanley & Stella joined the Fairwear Foundation.

The company tries to go green in every step of the production chain. For instance, they only use sustainable resources, like organic cotton, wool, tencel® and recycled polyester. For their contribution to sustainability in other parts of their production chain as well, Stanley & Stella were rewarded with several certificates, like the GOTS-label, OCS Blended, OCS 100 and Oeko Tex. Next to their selection of fabrics, the variety of fits and colors you can choose from at Stanley & Stella is also impressive: tight as well as looser fits and 120 different colors.

Stanley & Stella's focus on B2B came to an end in July 2017 with the birth of their store in Antwerp: 7000 square feet of creativity, cosiness and sustainability, built from upcycled wood and wood coming from old railway carriages. It's a place where the customer is able to design his or her own piece and either watch the production process or enjoy healthy bites and drinks in the corner café.

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