A holistic approach towards sustainability.
Preferred fibers as the core of each collection.X
Plastic bottles melted, spun and woven into fabric. Waste has never looked so good.
A second life for leather scraps, less garbage in the landfills.
Cultivated with less pesticides. Durable, soft and fast growing.
Coming from eucalyptus cellulose. Lightweight and tender to the skin.
Ancient, strong, natural and lustrous.
A top fiber used for centuries. Breathable, resistant and organically grown, using less water and soil nutrients.
Cotton without toxic pesticides, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, or genetically modified seeds. Pure at its core.
Our sustainable garments are guaranteed by the following third party independent certifications.
Fairtrade means better conditions and opportunities for cotton producers in developing countries to invest in their businesses and communities for a sustainable future.
"Organic" and "made with organic" certified by Ecocert Greenlife F32600, license number: 127906-SKUNKFUNK
Contains 100% organically grown cotton certified by Ecocert Greenlife F32600 according to the OCS standard visible on www.ecocert.com, license number: 127906-SKUNKFUNK
Made with 5% to 95% organically grown cotton, certified by Ecocert Greenlife F32600 according to the OCS standard visible on www.ecocert.com, license number: 127906-SKUNKFUNK
A company with a strong background in intermediation between fashion brands and factories that empowers women by creating employment in their region.
Mario manages a family run traditional jersey knitting company in Portugal.
GOTS and OCS certified, he is one of the pioneers of sustainable fashion in China.
They are a couple of entrepreneurs and slow fashion activists that have grown side-by-side with Skunkfunk. Currently, they run an international knitting company OCS certified.
Fair Trade, GOTS, and OCS certified. She runs one of the most innovative suppliers in the region, while fighting for women's rights.
He runs a 100% solar powered factory that produces the cotton paper we use for the tags of our garments. Compared with traditional methods, it consumes 1/10th of water and reuses 96% of it.
1. Select the clothing and accessories you don't use anymore, dispose of them into Koopera's boxes inside of our stores.
You can bring: men, women and children's clothing, leather, fur, underwear, bed sheets and linens.
2. Koopera will collect and classify them for two purposes:
Items in proper condition will be sold in Koopera Stores at reduced prices. Some garments will be donated as well.
Items in poor condition will be recycled in order to produce energy.
The objective of this initiative is to reduce waste by prolonging the life of our garments, as well as to create social employment in local communities.
So far, Koopera has created 241 social reintegration jobs.
On March 2016, we were awarded by the Bilbao City Hall as a company committed with the reduction of its carbon emissions.