Summer break does not mean that Éclats de Nature is not thinking about its dear customers… We getting ready to welcome you with the new collection. It is still summer, the sun has not gone yet, but here is a little overview of the Fall Winter collection : yak wool, hemp, organic cotton… new designs […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For several years now, Eclats de Nature has been adopted Hempage, a German brand specialized in hemp. Hempage proposes different combination of hemp, hemp and organic cotton, hemp and silk… For this coming summer, we have chosen new colors and new shapes in addition to our “basics” (like hemp shirts for men, and basics for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
With Spring is our new collection arriving too. For this Spring/Summer season we have received plenty of cute outfits for kids, especially from one of our favorite brands: Frugi. Frugi is one of our favorite brands at Eclat de Nature. Frugi is an English company, which proposes organic clothes for kids, made with GOTS certified […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Frugi is a British brand, which proposes organic clothing for kids and which will soon be available at Eclats de Nature. Frugi clothes are full of colors, with poetic patterns and funny characters designed on tee-shirts and tops. The materials, the colors, the cuts perfectly suit kids. We are found of the Summer collection, which will soon […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Living Crafts is a brand specialized in making organic clothes. It was created 25 years ago. Living Crafts clothes are organic and their manufacturing mode respects international social standards. Organic labels and organic certification Living Crafts is recongnized by many certification organizations, which are internationnaly known. Living Crafts has been certified by the Global Organic […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Advantages of organic cotton compared to traditional cotton Growing traditional cotton is one of the most polluting farming activities in the world (traditional cotton uses about 24% of worldwide pesticides whereas it only represents 2.4% of cultivated soils). Whereas cultivated soils have not grown, yields have grown remarkably: since the 30’s cultivated surfaces dedicated to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.