At Undiz, we love offering you fun, colourful, ultra-trendy and accessible collections, and much more! Discover our actions to move towards more responsible and ever accessible fashion.
Carbon Footprint
Between 2019 and 2022, we reduced Undiz's carbon emissions by 40% THANKS TO AN INCREASE IN THE PROPORTION OF WECARE PRODUCTS IN OUR COLLECTIONS
That's equivalent to 77,000 tonnes of CO2, which is nearly 500 return flights from Paris to Sydney!

During the same period, Undiz's carbon footprint per product decreased from 4.93 kgCO2 to 4.31 kgCO2 in 2022, representing a reduction of 29%.
of our products are more sustainable
Increasing the share of more sustainable products in our collection has enabled us to reduce water consumption during the process of production by 51 million liters. This is thanks to the use of organic cotton, which requires significantly less water than the conventional one during production (on average, 80% of the water used for organic cotton cultivation is rainwater). Moreover, organic cotton is grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers, preserving the soil. We pay special attention to the working conditions in the partner factories we collaborate with.

We guarantee traceability, which is displayed on all our products through the presence of a QR code printed on each label.

100% of these factories have a certificate of social compliance (as of 30/05/2022) according to certifications such as BSCI, SMETA, SA8000, or ICS, meeting international social standards, including fair remuneration, worker health and safety, prohibition of child labor, right to unionize, etc. Our local teams periodically monitor the pool of partner factories.
of plastic by year
By opting for cardboard packaging, we have reduced the amount of plastic by over 10,000 kg per year, which is equivalent to the weight of 3 orcas!
In our new shop concept, we incorporate bricks made from recycled swimwear collected via the collection points set up in our shops last year. These bricks are used as design elements and have been manufactured in collaboration with the French start-up FabBRICK®.
The Etam Group is the first entity to use in-house technology that allows a solid colour to be printed on a textile substrate, and Undiz is the first French company to benefit from this on a large scale. This innovation drastically reduces water usage and significantly lowers energy consumption during the manufacturing process, thereby limiting the environmental impact of our products.

Compared to traditional dyeing methods:
CO2 emissions
use of fossil resources
freshwater eutrophication
Our latest shop concept takes a bold step towards a more immersive and responsible shopping experience by incorporating decorative elements designed in collaboration with FabBRICK®! A selection of swimsuits collected last summer through our in-shop bins has been transformed into ecological bricks and integrated as design and decor elements.
Because everyone can adopt more responsible consumption,
here are some super easy tips to apply in your daily life!
Handle with care: Use a laundry bag (or guppy bag) to wash your clothes to limit the release of microplastics into the water.
Choose a low-temperature program: Wash at a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius to save energy, preserve color vibrancy, and limit wear and tear on the clothes.
The best way to extend a product's lifespan is to keep and wear it for longer!
I prefer exchanging or donating my clothes rather than throwing them away.
Care tips/blood stains: Immediately and gently wet the fabric under cold water. Mix a quarter cup of water with 4 tablespoons of white baking soda in a glass. Apply the mixture directly to the stain and let it sit for half an hour, then put it in the washing machine.
And most importantly, go for our more responsible WeCare products.