Fair Wear welcomes Bamboo, Sigikid, PYUA and FC St. Pauli as new members

We are happy to announce that as of the 1st of April, Fair Wear welcomes four new members: Bamboo (BAM), Sigikid, PYUA and FC St. Pauli.

Bamboo (BAM): is a British brand that designs and manufactures soft bamboo activewear providing a natural alternative to synthetic fabrics. Bam commits itself to find solutions to the sustainable fashion challenge by creating innovative and environmentally friendly pieces. BAM has set an incredibly ambitious goal to be impact positive by 2030, which is an all-encompassing goal, covering the entire life cycle of the clothing. See Bamboo’s brand page.

Sigikid is a German brand that designs children’s wear. It combines a stylish look and quality and thus inspires parents and children alike. It is unique in design, casual, chic, colourful, and a perfect fit for children. Typical are the elaborate applications and embroideries. In manufacturing, legal requirements are not enough – fair, human and sustainable production is our top priority, as is compliance with the highest safety standards for all products. See Sigikid’s brand page.

PYUA is a German brand that is rejoining again. They were a member from 2014 till 2020. Sustainable, fashionable and functional clothing – this is what PYUA stands for since its founding in 2008. As the love of nature is both the drive and inspiration for PYUA, most of their products are made from sustainable and recyclable materials. See PYUA’s brand page.

DIIY and ST. PAULI / skull & crossbones (FC St. Pauli) is the first German Football joining Fair Wear. The St. Pauli skull and crossbones symbol is more than just a piece of football merchandise. Aside from being world-famous, it stands for the quarter and the club’s values and attitude to life. Large parts of the St. Pauli skull and crossbones collections are now GOTS certified. The aim is to produce all textiles in an ecologically and economically sustainable way. See DIIY and ST. PAULI / skull & crossbones’ s brand page.

The first Brand Performance Checks for the new member brands will occur after one year of membership and published on their respective brand pages.