Leftover fabric from Henrik Vibskov Studio

Henrik Vibskov aims to be as environmentally and socially responsible as they can. Six years ago, the brand changed its approach in their design and production process since the rise of awareness surrounding the fashion industry and the environment. The term sustainability is often used in a wide variety of contexts within the fashion industry. This can be attributed to the multitude of aspects within the fashion life cycle which have the potential to negatively impact the environment and the mix of approaches brands take to be seen to be tackling these issues.

At Henrik Vibskov, when it comes to being environmentally aware, the design and production process is the main focus - more specifically choosing responsible materials for new collections.

organic cotton sticker

Organic Cotton from plant to fabric is natural and non-toxic due to the absence of pesticidies and synthetic fertilizers.


recycled polyester sticker

Recycled Polyester is used in an effort to reduce plastic waste that would otherwise be discarded in landfills, oceans and other harmful locations.




ecovero viscose

EcoVero™ is a type of viscose made using sustainable wood derived from sustainably managed sources that are certified in Europe, instead of bamboo or eucalyptus, which is commonly used in normal viscose production. EcoVero™ produces a lower water and Co2 impact of up to 50% which helps to combat climate change.  



recycled cotton sticker

Recycled Cotton is used in an effort to reduce plastic waste that would otherwise be discarded in landfills, oceans and other harmful locations.





linen stickers

Linen represents one of the most biodegradable and durable textiles within the fashion industry. Comprised of flax plant fibres linen has antibacterial qualities due the fabric specific weaving technique. When processed organically linen produces minimal water pollution.


tencel sticker

Tencel is a sustainable fabric with simialr qualities to viscose & Modal. Tencel is produced via certified wood sources making it entirely compostable & biodegradable. The nautral fiber characteristics of Tencel reduces its overall impact on the environment.



recycled nylon sticker

Recycled nylon is made from nylon waste from products that have already been manufactured, sold, used, and then discarded by consumers. It is made by breaking down nylon waste, including fishing nets and plastic craps, and recombining it to nylon sheets.

modal sticker

Modal is a man-made cellulosic fibre made from spinning beech trees. Unlike other man-made fabrics, Modal is 100% biodegradable and when compared the bio-based materials it requires 10-20 times less water to produce.

recycled wool sticker

Recycled wool is wool that has already been turned into fabric, which fibres is then re-spun into another product.