Filippa K

Overall Rating: Certified
Home Country: Sweden
“Elevated essentials and professional attire”
Eco-Stylist Certified
Filippa K is a Scandinavian brand that focuses on classic closet essentials from tank tops and sweatpants to hiking boots and coats. They create minimalist styles and approach fashion with a longevity perspective.

Filippa K

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Overall Rating: Certified
Home Country: Sweden
“Elevated essentials and professional attire”
Eco-Stylist Certified
Filippa K is a Scandinavian brand that focuses on classic closet essentials from tank tops and sweatpants to hiking boots and coats. They create minimalist styles and approach fashion with a longevity perspective.

Transparency

Three Leaves Earned
Rated: Excellent

  • Filippa K publishes a Fair Wear Foundation report each year detailing conditions within factories, information about manufacturing facilities, and supplier subcontracting policies.
  • They also partner with TrusTrace to use blockchain technology to support traceability.
  • Filippa K requires all partners to adhere to a Code of Conduct based on the Fair Wear Foundation’s Code of Labor Practices that promotes human and labor rights.

Fair Labor

One Leaf Earned
Rated: Fair

  • Filippa K’s Fair Wear Foundation reports ensure that all first-tier facilities are regularly assessed for compliance with their Code of Conduct.
  • The report also summarizes the most significant human and labor rights risks within their supply chain.
  • Filippa K uses QuizRR, a tool that uses gamification to increase worker knowledge of their rights.

  • Filippa K can improve Fair Labor by ensuring all workers involved in their supply chain make a living wage.

Sustainably Made

Two Leaves Earned
Rated: Good

  • Filippa K works to reduce their carbon emissions each year by measuring the carbon emissions of their Swedish stores and the fuel consumed by their global transports.
  • Filippa K invests in circularity by sending their cutting waste to Re.Verso, a company who makes new clothes out of other companies’ waste.
  • Another way they invest in circularity is by collecting post-consumer Filippa K products and reselling them for cheaper at a secondhand store.
  • They also conserve water by partaking in the Sweden Textile Water Initiative.
  • Filippa K also invests in sustainable materials such as organic cotton, recycled cotton, linen, lyocell, refibra, silk, viscose, wool, alpaca, amongst many others.

  • Filippa K can improve Sustainably Made by disclosing CO2 emissions from manufacturing and their garments carbon footprint.

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Last Updated: 03/28/21.
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