Collegien Footless Tights | Lace Trim in Doux Agneaux
These Collegien footless tights are knitted with a cotton Egyptian Giza long fibers, which avoids pilling
The tights are made from 84% Egyptian Cotton & 14% LYCRA ® for excellent elasticity
Machine washable @ 30 degrees but please NO tumble drying
Collegien is a family run business that has been making super comfy slippers & socks in the south of France since 1947. Not only do they design some pretty chic tights and socks, but Collegien are also a family run buisness committed to positive social and environmental impact!
Sustainably runs through their very DNA and their tights are made from super soft long-staple Egyptian cotton, blended with a bit of man-made fibres for stretch-fit, each pair of tights combines comfort, colour and durability. We believe that these Collegien socks will become staples in your child's drawers and can be passed down from sibling to sibling. Only the best GIZA 45 LS Egyptian cotton is selected for its exceptional qualities. It is one of the rarest and most luxurious types of cotton available. Moreover, all the yarns we use have received the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification. The garment-dyeing process confers extra softness and durability to our items, and complies with REACH standards for the protection of human health and the environment.
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Made with Love, Passion & Responsibility
Sustainable & Ethically Sourced
Don't panic, it's Organic!
The farming of Organic Cotton does not use chemicals or pesticides & therefore results in a much cleaner process which is clearly benficial to the environment & to the health of your family. Switching to Organic Cotton Farming results in less soil erosion, less damage to the environment, the reduction of green house gases & less energy used overall. Clearly it makes sense to go organic.