with respect for the environment, animals, and people
Three Leaves, founded in 2012 in Red Hook, Brooklyn, provides men with cruelty free, socially responsible, eco friendly, organic men's clothing and vegan boots, shoes, and sneakers. Three Leaves aims to be the source for ethical fashion for the man who lives without compromise.
We only carry items that meet a strict criteria of environmental standards, including items certified by Oeko-Tex, Global Organic Textile Standard, certified organic by the Soil Association, and OE 100. These carefully selected pieces are made of organic cotton, recycled PET (plastic bottles), and hemp, in addition to an array of other eco friendly materials.
In addition to using recycled shipping materials, we pay special attention to reduce the amount of shipping material in each delivery.
We have a selection of vegan and leather-free footwear. Our wool clothing comes from Happy Sheep. While we strive to be 100% leather-free, we do carry some clothing made with minimal leather (i.e. jacket zippers). Honeybee preferred.
Standard for tracking and documenting the purchase, handling, and use of 100% certified organically grown cotton fiber in yarn fabrics or finished goods.
Requirements to ensure organic status of textiles, from harvesting of the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing.
Organic food certification including standards for production and packaging, animal welfare, wildlife conservation, and a ban on unnecessary and harmful food additives in organic processed foods.
A standard for tracking and documenting the purchase, handling, and use of 100% certified organically farmed cotton fiber in yarns, fabrics and finished goods.
Developed a range of tools and processes which enable brands to be transparent to their stakeholders about their sustainability progress.
One of the first auditable social certification standards for decent workplaces, across all industrial sectors. It is based on conventions of the ILO, UN and national laws.
An international verification initiative dedicated to enhancing workers’ lives all over the world. The Fairwear Foundation keeps track of the improvements made by the companies it works with.
WRAP is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the certification of lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing throughout the world.
The bluesign® standard heads one step further than an eco-label. Due to the holistic approach of this industry standard, not only consumer safety is considered, but also other aspects including occupational health, water emission and air emission are taken into account. Besides these important aspects, the principle of resource conservation plays a major role within the bluesign® standard.