THE AUTUMN GREEN LIST

Natural materials, vegetable-tanning, independent certifications… Our new collection is our most sustainable yet: 40% of our materials are eco-friendly making it 4 X more sustainable than our previous collection. Actions that form a committed fashion and ensure that the planet we leave our children is a better place.

 

#1
EPS 100% ECO-FRIENDLY

Discover our new leisurewear capsule, composed of pieces in 100% recycled or eco-friendly materials and made entirely in the European Union. 

Discover t-shirts and sweats in 100% organic GOTS certified cotton. For those who prefer their workouts a little more rigorous, keep your cool in our t-shirts with moisture-wicking technology.

 

 #2
OUR PIECES IN
ORGANIC COTTON

 Organic cotton limits the use of pesticides, genetic modification and water. Little by little, our pieces in organic cotton are obtaining GOTS certification, (Global Organic Textile Standard). This is the most reliable, international, independent certification to guarantee the organic composition of textiles, from the harvesting of raw materials to the labelling.

 

 #3
OUR CERTIFIED PIECES 

 A quarter of our new collection is GOTS and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. The GOTS certification (Global Organic Textile Standard) certifies textiles from organic farming. The Oeko Tex Standard 100 guarantees our pieces contain no toxic chemical residues.

 

 #4
OUR VEGETABLE-TANNED PIECES

 ‘La maroquinerie’ (leather goods) has been at the heart of Sézane since our origin, and today the story continues becoming more sustainable and eco-friendly.

Our iconic Zig is now tanned using zero chrome. Our shoes and leather goods from our ‘Heritage Collection’ are vegetable-tanned- a practice which is more respectful to the environment than traditional methods (reduced water consumption and elimination of the need for sulphate). 

 


 #5
OUR PIECES IN RECYCLED MATERIALS

 Rien ne se perd, tout se transforme...
Nothing is lost, all is transformed: these pieces are created partly in recycled wool and polyester. Today, 54%  of the polyester used is recycled and originates from used plastic bottles.