The Lindex production process is a global experience. We select high-quality raw materials, such as cotton grown under the Better Cotton Initiative in India. From there, our production process begins.
We do not own any factories, and work with independent suppliers and factories around the world. Our on-site Lindex staff works alongside local factory employees to ensure our designs are achieved under the best operating methods.
On the factory floor, we begin by knitting the fabrics we use. The knitted fabric is then passed on to the dyeing station to create the unique Lindex look. The dyed fabric is formed as the finished garment begins to take shape. The craftsmanship involved in producing the maximum number of garments out of each piece of fabric is a true art and one that we value greatly, making our fashion both sustainable and affordable.
At the printing station, each item is individually handled with care and consequence. The piece is then stitched together and finalised as an item of clothing and the design that was once an idea becomes a visual reality. From there, the finished product is pressed to perfection and labeled. Attention to detail is an instrumental part of the production process, as when denim is processed by hand for that personalised vintage look.
Throughout the Lindex production process, we follow a strict in-house quality control process. Our on-site product developers are there to alter or develop the designs, offering a quick way for Lindex to deliver the right fashion level. Wherever in the world our Lindex production team may be, we bear social responsibility in mind, and our goal is to deliver the best possible product with the least environmental impact.