Certified Organic Cotton

All our cotton is organic and certified, which means that our products meet the highest standards regarding ecological and social criteria.

Organic cotton is an ecological raw material, which is grown without the use of agrochemicals. By avoiding the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides, the yields of organic cotton are usually lower than those of conventional cultivation methods, but the environment and the workers are protected.

Since organic cotton is often picked by hand, this results in a very soft surface, which makes it pleasant to the skin, lets more air into the skin and helps it breathe better than ordinary cotton. 

Discover our shirts made from certified Organic Cotton.  

GOTS-Certified Organic Cotton

All the cotton we use is organic and certified by GOTS, which means that our products meet the very highest standards regarding ecological and social criteria.

GOTS limits the use of toxic bleaches, dyes and other chemical inputs during the textile production process. Apparel must be coloured with non-toxic dyes. Bleach, formaldehyde or any other toxic substances are not allowed.

Discover our shirtsmade from GOTS-Certified Organic Cotton.   

LENZING™ ECOVERO™
Sustainable Viscose

Conventional viscose often comes from wood from threatened rainforests, usually shipped around the world resulting in high CO2 emissions. Additionally, the manufacturing process often requires a lot of energy and water and creates toxic gases that pollute our environment.

To reduce the impact on our environment, all the viscose we use is branded by LENZING™ ECOVERO™. This internationally recognised EU Ecolabel guarantees that all the fibres are derived from certified renewable wood sources and produced with significantly lower fossil energy and water consumption than generic viscose.

With these fabrics you can be assured that your fashion choices are sensitive to environmental concerns by generating up to 50% lower emissions and water impact compared to generic Viscose.

Discover our blouses made from ECOVERO Viscose. 

LENZING™ ECOVERO™
Sustainable Viscose

Conventional viscose often comes from wood from threatened rainforests, usually shipped around the world resulting in high CO2 emissions. Additionally, the manufacturing process often requires a lot of energy and water and creates toxic gases that pollute our environment.

To reduce the impact on our environment, all the viscose we use is branded by LENZING™ ECOVERO™. This internationally recognised EU Ecolabel guarantees that all the fibres are derived from certified renewable wood sources and produced with significantly lower fossil energy and water consumption than generic viscose.

Discover our blouses made from ECOVERO Viscose. 

Mulesing-Free Merino Wool

First of all: We love wool. It is an amazing natural material to wear and has kept people warm for thousands of years through the deepest winters. Unfortunately, most common farms use a cruel practice called mulesing, where big flaps of skin around the tail of the sheep are cut off. This is supposed to prevent fly infestation, which only occurs because the overbred animals carry too much wool.


We are against the idea of mulesing and for Brava one thing is clear: If we want to work with wool, we can only do it with respect for sheep. Although regular shearing around the backside is more expensive in the long run, we think it's totally worth its costs for a much happier sheep and 100% animal-friendly apparel.  

Discover our knitwear made from Mulesing-Free Merino Wool.

Recycled Wool

Recycled wool is obtained from the reuse of old garments, through mechanical processes, without the use of chemicals, and it can be reverted to the original raw material stage, preserving its outstanding characteristics.

In the first step, used clothes are collected and divided according to compositions, colours and the micronage of the wools. After this first selection, the garments are subjected to a process of shredding and to various successive processes, which lead them back to the state of raw material.

Recycled wool is a controlled raw material, based on circular economy and with a very low environmental impact allowing us to save water, reduce the emissions of CO2 in the atmosphere and save energy.

Sustainable Wool

Mulesing-Free Merino Wool

First of all: We love wool. Unfortunately, most common farms use a cruel practice called mulesing, where big flaps of skin around the tail of the sheep are cut off. This is supposed to prevent fly infestation, which only occurs because the overbred animals carry too much wool.


We are against the idea of mulesing and for Brava one thing is clear: If we want to work with wool, we can only do it with respect for sheep. 

Discover our knitwear made from Mulesing-Free Merino Wool. 

Recycled Wool

Recycled wool is obtained from the reuse of old garments, through mechanical processes, without the use of chemicals, and it can be reverted to the original raw material stage, preserving its outstanding characteristics.

It is a controlled raw material, based on circular economy and with a very low environmental impact allowing us to save water, reduce the emissions of CO2 in the atmosphere and save energy.

Recycled Polyester

By choosing recycled polyester, we can deliver the same technical performance in fibres with a smaller environmental footprint. Recycled polyester not only consumes less energy than the regular method, but also allows us to manufacture quality garments that are durable, resistant to abrasion and great for insulation. 

Do not machine wash your swimsuit in order to prevent microfibres from getting into the sea. 

Discover our swimwear made from Recycled Polyester.

Corozo Buttons

Brava is proud to introduce a novelty feature that demonstrates just how much we care about every element of our creations and their impact on our environment – corozo buttons.

Corozo comes from the nuts of Tagua trees and is often referred to as “vegetable ivory” thanks to its durable and animal-friendly properties. The nuts originate in South America and are harvested naturally, as they only fall to the ground once ripe, meaning that no deforestation or unethical intervention is necessary.

Discover our shirts made from GOTS-Certified Organic Cotton.

Recycled Polyester

Every year, 100 million barrels of crude oil are used to manufacture polyester. In order to avoid these so-called ‘virgin materials’, we use only recycled polyester certified by GRS, which contributes undoubtedly to the reduction of petroleum extraction and CO2 releases in the atmosphere.

By choosing recycled polyester, we can deliver the same technical performance in fibres with a smaller environmental footprint. Recycled polyester not only consumes less energy than the regular method, but also allows us to manufacture quality garments that are durable, resistant to abrasion and great for insulation. Without animal cruelty or any unsustainable resources, recycled polyester fabrics have the perfect properties for outdoor clothing or swim wear.

Do not machine wash your swimsuit in order to prevent microfibres from getting into the sea. 

Discover our swimwear made from Recycled Polyester.

Corozo Buttons

Brava is proud to introduce a novelty feature that demonstrates just how much we care about every element of our creations and their impact on our environment – corozo buttons.

Corozo comes from the nuts of Tagua trees and is often referred to as “vegetable ivory” thanks to its durable and animal-friendly properties. The nuts originate in South America and are harvested naturally, as they only fall to the ground once ripe, meaning that no deforestation or unethical intervention is necessary.

The versatility and biodegradability of corozo buttons make them ideal for use in sustainable textile production and are just a few of the many reasons why we use them in our designs.

Discover our shirts made fromCertified Organic Cotton. 


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