Our Sustainability A-Z is a guiding alphabet for our business. Each of the 26 letters represents a requirement or criteria that governs our operations and that we look for when carefully curating our designers and selecting products. It is brought to life through our vision of a conscious lifestyle and a sustainable future.
Let’s talk about cotton
Green Collective works to promote sustainable choices. Flourishing ecosystems are important to us, and therefore we want to support what is best for the environment. Because of this, all of our home textile products such as towels, bed sheets, or kitchen towels are made from GOTS-labeled organic cotton.
WAY Cph – It’s not just about a towel
WAY is a newly-launched resort brand, offering premium travel accessories with a distinct, sustainable approach to production.
Based out of Copenhagen, the company caters to the world. Their inaugural wares are large, high-quality beach towels made from a combination of organic and recycled cotton. Green Collective spoke with the creators of WAY to talk about travel, sustainability, and inspiration.
Nathalie Schwer gets inspired by everything but design
Nathalie Schwer is a Danish interior designer with a passion for travel and a tendency to think outside the box.
Green Collective chatted with her about inspiration, her latest projects, and a beautiful concept called the “intelligence of the hands.
Djernes&Bell – “We think the most sustainable is what already exists.”
Jonas Djernes and Justine Bell are the founders of Djernes&Bell Architects, a Copenhagen-based architecture studio. They have a genuine passion for material quality and longevity.
Green Collective chatted with the married couple about inspiration, appreciation for history, and what sustainability means to their business, architecture, and the broader world.
Bea Fagerholt´s Approach to Motherhood and Self Care
Bea Fagerholt is the founder of ‘To The Moon, Honey’, a podcast and website for women covering all things “motherhood,” as well as the founder of the newly-launched skincare brand HONEY.
Green Collective chatted with her about her companies, her views on sustainability, and the importance of having a place for women to share their experiences.
Katrine Bay Ejlersen – The Organic Development of Green Collective
Katrine Bay Ejlersen is a business woman and former international fashion model who grew up on an organic farm eating strawberry ice cream with no colors or additives.
She is the Founder of Green Collective, an online platform where consumers can find extraordinary design made sustainably.
Noorstad – It’s all about respect for the materials
Founded in 2016 by Steen Skyum Høgfeldt, Noorstad designs furniture, home accessories and interiors.
Green Collective sat down with Steen and his wife Anne to discuss their simplistic approach to home design, their inspiration from nature, and the importance of local production.
Durup – Taking a step into a more sustainable future
DURUP is a Denmark-based interior brand and design house, known for producing bespoke curtains and, more recently, decorative pillows.
Founder Nicoline Durup talks with us about her fashion background’s influence on her brand, her company’s mission to become more sustainable, and about her upcoming collaboration with Green Collective.