Since the day of our start in 2014, design and qulity, combined with sustainable development and ethics, have been the cornerstones of Infantium Victoria's philosophy.

Infantium Victoria received a Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certificate in July 2019. Most of our products have already been processed at the GOTS certified factories using GOTS certified materials from the beginning of our journey.

We also committed to cruelty-free fashion from the very first collection. Infantium Victoria's product range is 100% is PETA-Approved VEGAN since 2015.

Traceability of the supply chain, transparency of productive processes and social responsibility are the foundations of our cusiness. Every product presented on a website comes with the list of used materials, along with their suppliers, name and location of the production facility, and labor intensity.

All patterns for our Infantium Victoria clothes are handmade by atelier D’andt in Zaventem, Belgium. Based on the patterns and samples our production partners in  Germany, Portugal (Pereira & Rocha), Spain (eho tricot) and India (Suvastra, Mila Clothing, Nagesh Knits) create the final products. We select all our partners based on their track record regarding sustainable utilisation of resources, sound waste management, ethical working conditions and an independent monitoring of these key indicators.

 

 

Materials

We believe in the importance of a holistic and sustainable lifestyle that protects the limited natural resources, our children and ourselves. Therefore, we are obliged to use only materials that are both sourced and produced in an environmentally friendly and ethical way. Day in, day out we work closely with our trusted suppliers to guarantee our strict principles and protect our customers.

 

Our Suppliers

Ecological Textiles

Ecological Textiles is a Dutch company, started by Marita Bartelet in 2005. 
Our supplier offers fabrics, yarns and  dyes that are manufactured and processed in a sustainable way. They almost exclusively work with natural materials such as cotton, wool, hemp, linen and silk, the only exception being tencel, a sustainably manufactured viscose.
Ecological Textiles stands for sustainable production and only uses organic, GOTS certified cotton. They consider the GOTS certificate to be the best guarantee that the cotton not only comes from organic agriculture but also that the next production phases (weaving, knitting, dyeing, finishing) is environmentally safe and that social standards for the workers have been respected: fair wages, good working conditions, certainly no forced or childrens labour.
Ecological Textiles itself is a GOTS-certified company since 2013.

 

Lebenskleidung

Based in Berlin, Lebenskleidung works in small teams to produce fair, sustainable materials, to present them in the right light and finally to send them out to the world. Lebenskleidung develops innovative, beautiful fabrics and regularly visit their producers in Portugal, Turkey or Germany – a very personal sourcing department.
Most of their fabrics are made of 100% GOTS-certified cotton, which  they then turn with our production partners to make beautiful, durable fabrics. Classic and timeless Jersey or Sweat fabrics are complemented by innovative fabrics that sometimes dare – always keeping an eye on the respective trend colors of the seasons.

c.pauli

At c. pauli GmbH, sustainable production and processing of organic cotton are given first priority. In this regard, it is a priority for us that no chemicals whatsoever be used to modify these robust and long lasting fibres.

Cotton produced through controlled organic farming is significantly softer and more breathable than traditional cotton. In addition, clothing made of organic cotton is of higher quality and longer lasting than clothing made of traditional cotton. 

c.pauli obtains raw materials from Turkey.

 

Albano Morgado

Albano Morgado SA became our regular supplier for exclusivly developped fabrics. Established in 1927, this Portuguese company has recourse to avant-garde technology. To treat our liquid effluents, Albano Morgado SA invested in an effluent treatment plant, which guarantees the regeneration of the water used in the industrial process, making it possible to be re-used. 

 

Pastels

Organic cotton in our skirts, pants, capes and jackets comes from Lyon Area, France. Our supplier Pastels with more then 30 years of experience in producing beautiful quality fabrics in the respect of social and environmental European laws. 

Tessutti & Tessutti

Super soft organic cotton jerseys are also supplied by Tesutti &Tessuti, company located in the Italian region Modena. Every season they present their GOTS organic cotton and linen colleciotns.

 

Filmar

Filmar produces and sells cotton yarns made of superior quality with a uniquely Italian feel. Since 1958 Filmar have been passionately seeking out the best ways to finish this ancient material, selected in its most valuable variety: 100% Egyptian cotton. Since it first started manufacturing, the company has chosen the philosophy of pursuing excellence in every aspect of work, from raw materials to end-user service. The quality of the 100% Egyptian cotton is pursued right from its origins, in the farms and cotton cultivation acquired by the company directly in Egypt.

Processes and products are certified, managed and implemented to protect the environment, as well as the health and safety of both employees and consumers.  With the experience gained in over 50 years, Filmar is now an established market leader both in and outside Italy, and is continually penetrating further into global markets. 

 

Société Choletaise de Fabrication

For ribbons and laces we trust the French Société Choletaise de Fabrication with their policy of using exclusively organic or recycled materials like organic cotton, jute, linen and bamboo, coloured with 100% natural agents and running on renewable electricity provided by energy sources from the region Maine-et-Loire.

  

Knopf&Knopf

Our Coconut Shell buttons are custom made and embossed with our signature Infantium Victoria logo by the German button maker Knopf&Knopf near Lake Constance.