Insects Tee (1 LEFT)
Designer: MINI RODINI
$36.00 CAD $49.00 CAD
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MINI RODINI SS17: ISOLA BELLA
Off-white-colored T-shirt with printed insects in different colors. Made of organic cotton.
- Snap buttons at shoulder in size 1/4 months – 4/9 months for easy dressing.
95% Organic Cotton 5% Elastane
Made in Turkey
This t-shirt is GOTS certified. GOTS is one of the strictest certifications for organic materials on the market today and includes rigid controls of, among other things, chemical use and working conditions. The whole production chain is controlled, from raw material to the final product. Mini Rodini’s GOTS certified products generally contain at least 95% organic fibers. They make children’s clothes and have high demands on long-term sustainability – both for natures’ sake and the people who manufacture, handle and use their products. It is therefore only natural to ensure their sustainability efforts by using third-party certifications.
Mini Rodini is a Swedish children’s wear brand that was founded in 2006 by illustrator Cassandra Rhodin as a tribute to all children, their imagination and sense that everything is possible. Mini Rodini takes children seriously with playfulness, meaning it is important that children too have clothes that match their own personality, mood and creativity.
Mini Rodini's vision has always been to make it both easy and exciting for parents to buy better products for their kids in regards to the design as well as environmental and ethical aspects of the production. And while the playful and humorous aesthetics may speak directly to the children, the quality of the products is equally important. A Mini Rodini garment is not only fun to wear or just look at, but is also produced in a way that is kinder to the environment and the people behind it.
At Mini Rodini, they want what they do to matter. They take their ethical and sustainable commitment .very seriously and it will always be the most important factor in Mini Rodini’s growth. It’s not just about getting better at what they do, but wanting the very best and a better world. This commitment affects decision-making at all levels in their organisation, as it is an on-going process that demands an innovative approach to their whole business long-term.