Who made my clothes?

Meet the people and places that make Hemptees sustainable from the start

Ever since we started with Hemptees, we have been looking for high quality hemp. Above all, we wanted to be sustainable.

We believe that clothing can only be sustainable if the qualities and materials are designed to last. That means investing in quality fabrics and craftsmanship – but it also means designing with simplicity and function in mind.

High quality product

A few years ago, we finally found our hemp textile supplier in Shanxi. After making and trying out some samples, we fell in love.

They make soft, beautiful hemp certified with GOTS Standard. GOTS certifies all chemical inputs such as used dyes that must meet certain environmental and toxicological criteria.

Hemp is grown without pesticides, herbicides or harmful chemicals. Organic production maintains soil fertility and builds a biologically diverse agriculture. Yay!

Supporting slow fashion

We support our local makers. Hemptees is a canvas for small business creatives. Occasionally limited editions are available in very small quantities. Keep an eye on our channels for a special edition.

Community playground of like-minded creators

  • Silkscreen studio:  Camping Penrose led by Liselotte from Gent. Women power!
  • Patch studio: The Patch Club leb by Sharon & Kim from Antwerp. Double power!
  • Seedpaper studio: Growingpaper led by Koen from Gent.  Flower power!

Your order will be packaged plastic-free and shipped straight to your door. We make it easy for you to be easy on the planet, from the bottom up!

We endeavor for total transparency and we are happy to answer any question you might have regarding production. It is only by understanding and being aware of how our clothes are made, and who makes them, that we can start making choices that will positively impact the world. You can reach us at info@hemptees.be