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Our ethical commitment

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Faced with the environmental problem, we decided to get involved, because we believe that a multiplication of simple gestures can make the difference.


The textile industry and the world in general have undergone many changes.

Economic players have also become aware that natural resources are not inexhaustible and that certain production methods put them at risk. This is why TEE-COMME is committed to ethical, responsible and environmentally friendly fashion.

We favor local production: the personalization of products is centralized in Liège in Belgium.


Our eco-responsible brands

We have chosen to work with eco-responsible brands that are committed to respecting nature and human beings.


These brands are partners of several labels thus, they guarantee us the quality of the clothes, as well as the respect of the environmental commitments.


Choosing organic cotton, recycled polyester and a personalization system in a short circuit means contributing to the development of sustainable solutions and therefore reducing the impact of its production on the environment._cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

What is a label? 

A label is based on specific criteria, which are determined through a participatory process and regularly updated. 


These criteria are used to determine the manufacture and processing of a product, the way a service is offered or how a management system is designed.

The label is a form of communication with the final consumer. Created by a professional sector, it certifies that the product meets specifications determined by the creator of the label. For the label to be recognized, it must be issued by an independent body.

Labels number in the hundreds throughout the mode and are not to be confused with standards, which are developed by an independent body, often at the instigation of the public authorities and in consultation with the players concerned.

Widely used, they have gradually become the tools of industrial policies for the organization of markets, competition and the dissemination of technical know-how.

Those that interest us here are the standards that judge the environmental and social quality of companies.


Textile labels are there to protect us as consumers, but not only:
   • They also help protect the environment and small producers.
   • Each label has a particular utility even if some of them are similar.
    • They can also be international, European or Belgian.
   • The majority of these labels certify organic textiles and fair trade.
   • In the textile sector, more and more labels are being created

Our labels


This certification guarantees that the raw and intermediate materials used as well as the finished products do not contain any substance harmful to people and the environment.
This is the first label aimed at guaranteeing textiles free of toxic products for the body and the environment.


SCO 100:

The OCS standard (Organic Content Standard) provides an independent certification relating to the manufacture of textiles from organic raw materials.
The objective of this standard is to guarantee the traceability and integrity of raw materials throughout the manufacturing process. It guarantees the purity of the cotton of the textile you buy.



Fair Wear Foundation is a foundation that works to respect decent working conditions in companies.

Its objective is to contribute to the improvement of working conditions in the textile industry.

To do this, it has created a Code of Working Conditions that the brands undertake to respect.

The main principles of this code are as follows: prohibition of forced labour, no discrimination in employment, freedom of association, decent working conditions (hygiene, health), child labor is prohibited, working time and
controlled wages, all discrimination prohibited.


The FWF then undertakes to verify the application of these principles in the spinning and textile manufacturing plants.



Global label that certifies the organic origin of textiles. They must be composed of a minimum of 75% organic material.
It also ensures that at all stages of textile production and transformation, the production processes used are socially responsible and respectful of the environment. (heavy metals, formaldehydes, GMO enzymes and carcinogenic amines are prohibited).
It is a very reliable label taking into account environmental and human criteria.



PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is a non-profit organization dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals.
Just like humans, animals are capable of feeling pain. They are therefore not made for use in the textile industry and the like.


PETA works through public awareness, research, legislation, hosting special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.

Every year, millions of animals are killed for the textile and clothing industry, all in the name of fashion.

Immeasurable suffering accompanies every fur-trimmed jacket, every leather belt, and every woolen sweater.

But it's not just for furs, the industry also sometimes uses animal derivatives to manufacture products used directly or indirectly in textile production.

PETA believes in nonviolence and does not advocate or endorse any action that harms individuals, humans or nonhumans. 

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