At Verde Moscú we love and care about what we do and put our trust in people who do too.

Aware of the great social and environmental impact of the textile industry, we carefully select each one of the brands that make up our store. We use contemporary designs, materials and organic fibers of the highest quality and sustainable and friendly production processes respectful to the rights and dignity of people.

Verde Moscú is also a clothing brand designed and manufactured in the South, making a strong commitment to the local industry. Each of the garments that make up our collections is made in Spain and Portugal with cloths, fabrics, and sustainable materials.

Both projects reflect our way of thinking towards consumption, economy, and sustainability, and are focused on establishing fair and lasting economic relations.

Fibers and sustainable fabrics

The textile industry is the second largest industry polluter in the world, and cotton growing is one of the most harmful to the planet. Finding alternatives are not a necessity, it is imperative.

Organic Cotton

We only accept cotton grown on lands certified to be free of toxics and any kind of pesticide or insecticide substances. Organic farming relies on crop rotation and the use of animal manures and seeds which have not been genetically modified. Moreover, in spinning processes and production, toxic substances are not used.


It is a natural cellulosic fiber and respectful to the environment. It is produced exclusively from the wood pulp of eucalyptus trees certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the fiber bears the quality seal of the Pan-European Forest Council (PEFC). It is completely biodegradable and its production is a closed cycle in which almost all the solvents (organic origin) used are reused or recycled.

Organic Linen

Linen is the oldest textile fiber. Unlike conventional linen, organic linen is grown without the use of substances such as pesticides, chemical fertilizers or genetically engineered seeds.

Organic Hemp

Hemp is considered the longest, softest and most resistant textile fiber of plant origin. It is also insulating, fresh, absorbent and durable. It can grow up to 4 meters in 4 months with almost no water, and its alkaline acid soils keep the soil firm, helping local agriculture.

Organic Wool

Virgin chlorine wool comes from certified organic farms where the sheep have been fed with grass lacking fertilizers or pesticides. The use of drugs in these animals is fully controlled. The practice of “mulesing” an extremely cruel technique is prohibited. The entire chain, from pasture to spinning, to dyeing and subsequent storage is certified and free of any harmful substances.

Recycled Polyester

This is the only plastic that we like. Plastic bottles and industrial materials are melted and re-processed to create the polyester textile fiber. In this process 75% less virgin oil is added, less energy is consumed and less gases are emitted.

Fair labor conditions

Getting an article of clothing to reach the hands of our clients is long, hard and expensive work. Many people are involved, and it is our responsibility to make sure that all of them, wherever they are, are working under decent and fair conditions.

Stable and Long Term Business Relationships

We are immersed, along with our brands, partners, and related initiatives, in the creation of commercial ties based on trust, dialogue, transparency and respect, where exchanges between producers and consumers become more balanced.

Local Production

Proximity to producers allows regular visits to production facilities, a direct contact with the process, and a way to ensure the existence of fair and safe working conditions. We know that this is not an objective achieved which is why we are committed to brands that are involved in job training so factories question their own production processes and develop them under their own responsibility.

Fair Trade

In purchases, by supporting the efforts of producers towards economic independence and control over their local environment and community, as in production, by relying on viable social factories working under the principles of fair trade, in the creation and sustaining of strong local communities, which recognizes, promotes and protects cultural identity and traditional skills of small producers.


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It is the leading standard in organic textiles. It sets the highest ecological and social requirements for sustainable natural fibers produced biologically in all stages of textile processing. It also includes social standards of the production chain based on the criteria of the International Labor Organization.
Fairtrade Cotton

Fairtrade Cotton

Its goal is to sustainably improve the lives of cotton producers through stable minimum prices. FLO-Cert is the independent certification organization and control. It is responsible for monitoring standards of practice and conducting independent and regular audits.


The World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) is an international association of producers of fair trade companies, export marketing, importers, retailers, national and regional fair trade networks. Its fair trade label (FTO) identifies registered organizations that market fairly, and ensures that standards are being applied to the working conditions, wages, child labor and the environment. These standards are verified by self-assessment, mutual reviews and external verification.
Fair Wear Foundation

Fair Wear Foundation

It is an international multi stakeholder initiative committed to working with all member companies to improve supply chains and working conditions in textile factories around the world, in a strict code of conduct called the Code of Labor Practice based on detailing the core labor standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Compliance with these standards is monitored internally and by FWF auditors regularly.
PeTA Approved Vegan

PeTA Approved Vegan

PETA vegan approved label marking products do not contain any components of animal origin.