Social and environmental responsibility is an essential aspect of the fashion and textile supply chain. As a premium Dutch leather brand, sustainable development is at the heart of our business practises as we strive to continually improve our supply chain.
Always wanted to know where your leather jacket comes from? Well take a look! Our products are developed all over the world. Due to the variety of leather types in the Goosecraft collections, we work with manufacturers in China, Pakistan, India, but also with leather specialists in Italy, Portugal and Lithuania.TAKE A LOOK IN THE FACTORIES
What’s important to us?
Our long-term mission is to contribute to structural improvements in the fashion value chain. We are continuously strengthening our due diligence and taking steps to ensure more sustainable practises in the future.
At Goosecraft, we are working towards reducing our environmental footprint and at the same time positively impacting the social circumstances of workers’ lives.
Curious of how we are trying to achieve this? Scroll further and discover our changing work methods and recent achievements!
Goosecraft joined The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textile in October 2017. In an effort to create transparency and traceability, Goosecraft works with their suppliers to keep track of industry developments and emerging trends in sustainability, with the vision that this will result in better cooperation and a smooth manufacturing process.
The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textile consists of a broad coalition of businesses and other organisations working towards improving international responsible business conduct in the garment and textile sector. Following the OECD guidelines, Goosecraft will perform due diligence, proactively looking for risks in the supply chain. We aim to improve on the 9 issues set out in the agreement. Read more about the issues below.HUMAN RIGHTS & ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS ANIMAL WELFARE POLICY