We are proud to announce that our classic and ongoing collections;  SOFT by Soft Gallery now have the GOTS certificate. (Global Organic Textile Standard) This applies to items with our classic Owl all over print. You can find these items in both our SOFT by Soft Gallery and HOME collections.  GOTS covers the entire value chain from harvesting of raw organic materials to the environmental and social responsibility in manufacturing and to labeling and packaging. The GOTS certification is an important initiative in the work towards a more sustainable industry and we are naturally very proud to take part in this.

More information about the Global Organic Textile Standard:

Social responsibility
Our primary production is based in India, so it feels natural for us to support the Danish Indian Child Care. In this way we are able to give back a little. We would also like to spread the knowledge of the Danish Indian Child Care and their work that provides home and education for young girls and women from socially vulnerable families in India.” Mention the Soft Gallery co-founders Barbra Hvidt and Tine Holt Møller.

When buying items that are produced in India, our customers contribute to the operation of the home, and most importantly, to the upbringing and education of the girls. All pieces made in India are recognized by a special hangtag, which comes with the clothes.

For more information see :  www.danskindisk.dk

Confidence in textiles – That is the motto of the independent testing for harmful substances in textile products of all types which pose no risk whatsoever to health. It has been so since 1992, according to OEKO-TEXr Standard 100. With “globalisation of the world” and the size of the textile production business in mind, the OEKO-TEX criteria catalogue serves as a guide to the manufacturers of the textile and clothing industry for the evaluation of potentially harmful substances in textiles, all based on scientific research.

The OEKO-TEX label indicates the benefits of skin-friendly clothing and other textiles to interested end users. The test label thereby provides an important decision-making tool for purchasing textiles.