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KAASKAS is committed to operating a modern and responsible business. We cooperate with local subcontractors based around Warsaw and in Italy. Thanks to that, we know exactly how and where our products are made. Our print designs are applied on fabrics using digital printing technique, which in comparison to traditional wet printing, is more environmentally friendly by reducing fabric and water waste. Additionally, it provides the option of small runs of production.

Our products are made from fabrics offered by an Italian family business with a long tradition in fabric printing, owning the certificates proving that all production processes as well as fabrics have been verified and approved taking under consideration sustainability criteria. Unique KAASKAS prints are produced using the digital print technique approved as sustainable.

Our producer has been recognized with:

100 OEKO - TEX

100 OEKO – TEX standard, which guarantees that no substances harmful for people’s health have been used. It relates both to the product and to the production process. certificate can be used by Italian companies which have passed a rigorous verification process, including not only the safety of the product and the production process, but also the employees’ working conditions and intellectual property rights. All the „history” of the product from the initial to the final stage can be tracked. 


GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)certification proves that the fabric contains at least 70 % of organic fibres such as cotton, flax or hemp. And that only organic products are used in the production process.The use of water is also being verified. The requirement of the use of the treatment plant and closed water circuit has to be fulfilled.


The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is a voluntary product standard for tracking and verifying the content of recycled materials in a final product. The standard applies to the full supply chain and addresses traceability, environmental principles, social requirements, chemical content and labeling.