Our sustainability statement


Clothing should fit well, represent your character, but above all, maintain its quality. All our clothing items have their own journey. From design, to production, to transport, right up until the moment you wear it for the first time. As small improvements can cause impactful changes, we believe that today’s ecological footprint defines the quality of life for tomorrow.

This is reflected in our effort to reduce our footprint. It’s part of our daily business. We strive for transparency in our supply chain and are honest to everyone involved in the process. Comfort and pleasure, not only for our clients, but for all people connected to our brand. It’s what we call: Responsible. Together. 

Together for a better world


Quality, honesty, and reliability

We strive for a production process that respects both people and the environment. State of Art has a rich history in quality, design, and production dating back all the way to 1936. In 1987, the State of Art brand was born from the Albert Westerman Breimodefabriek, one of the most modern knitwear factories in Europe in the 80s and 90s. Since the brand’s inception, we have worked with select supply chain partners who share our values.

At State of Art, quality and reliability always come first. The long-term partnership relations with our suppliers guarantee the quality and sustainability of our collections as well as the social and ecological conditions at these facilities. We strive to increase the use of sustainable materials and to create transparency throughout the entire chain.


And that is how we do it!



GOTS | From the cotton field to the finished product

GOTS stands for ‘Global Organic Textile Standard’ and is the world's leading sustainable standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It also sets high social and ecological criteria for the entire supply chain – from the cotton field to the finished product.




Loop.a life x State of Art | Completely recycled and circular

A unique collaboration between Loop.a life and State of Art has led to a circular collection. These items are made from ‘post consumer’ textiles collected in the Netherlands. One-of-a-kind!

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