The fabrics used in our products play a big role when it comes to the look, feel, quality and fit of our garments. Producing fibres and materials requires a lot of resources such as water, energy and chemicals, which all can have a major effect on people and the environment.

To minimise the impact of our products, we constantly work to increase our use of more sustainable materials. Our definition of a more sustainable fibre is one that comes from renewable or recyclable sources and is produced with cultivation or production methods that have less negative impact on people and the environment in comparison with conventional options.

  • Our goal is that 80 per cent or our garments will be made from more sustainable materials by 2020. Today we have reached over 50 per cent.
  • Our goal is that 100 per cent of our cotton will come from more sustainable sources (Better cotton, organic cotton and recycled cotton) by 2020. Today we have reached 95 per cent.
  • Lindex is one of the top ten users of organic cotton worldwide. Today 64 percent of our cotton is organic and 100 per cent of our newborn assortment is made from organic cotton.

More sustainable kids’ wear

We have come extra far with our kids’ assortment when it comes to sustainability, where 80 per cent of the garments are made from more sustainable materials. Not only does 98 per cent of the cotton in the kids’ assortment come from more sustainable sources, more than 70 per cent of the cotton is organic and over 50 per cent of the cotton garments are GOTS certified. You can read more about organic cotton and GOTS here.

The news

Lindex invests in start-up – new underwear brand Closely

Lindex joins as partner in Closely, a new Swedish underwear brand for women. The partnership is part of Lindex's work to create new growth opportunities. Behind Closely are two of Sweden's best-known creatives, Tove Langseth and Filip Nilsson. 
November 15, 2019

Lindex’s customers raise 969 000 EUR to cancer research

With great commitment, pride and a specially designed collection, Lindex has together with its customers raised 969 000 EUR to cancer research.
November 12, 2019

Lindex recalls snap-on bracelet with a cat head

We have discovered that a snap-on bracelet with a cat head is incorrectly constructed and does not meet Lindex’s safety requirements. The metal component inside the bracelet is not properly protected which means that its sharp edges may pose a risk of injury. 
November 6, 2019

Lindex increases sales and maintains its strong result

Lindex is performing well, as indicated by its interim result and sales from the third quarter. The fashion company maintains its strong performance, demonstrating improved result and increased sales in all markets. 
October 30, 2019

Lindex in collaboration with Something Borrowed

Lindex starts renting out clothes and through their business Something Borrowed, they give their customers the opportunity to rent premium garments from the fashion company’s Extended collection.
October 24, 2019

Lindex launches new code of conduct with focus on gender equality

Lindex launches the ‘Lindex Code of Conduct’ with a strong focus on gender equality. The new code of conduct makes Lindex one of the first major fashion companies to integrate gender equality in its basic requirements for textile production and all business partnerships.
October 15, 2019

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