Having reflected on the terrible Rana Plaza disaster in 2013, René Grünenfelder and Michael Zäch were driven to create clothing with a social and environmental conscience. Unable to find a shirt that was stylish, comfortable and sustainable, they set about creating one. In 2015, they released their first collection of high-quality men's shirts made from organic, fair trade cotton. Every shirt is manufactured within a transparent and humane supply chain for a truly ethical and sustainable alternative.
Carbasina (Latin: fine cloth), Karpasi: (Sanskrit: cotton), Sustinere: (Latin: preserved)
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