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We keep “Made in Denmark” simple
We design sustainable clothes that are meant to last. I believe in creating sustainable knit pieces that can stand the test of time and will not harm the environment.

For every piece in every collection, I am always asking what we have done to make this garment more sustainable and what else can we do in the future. It is a constant effort to improve.

Our collections are entirely made with organic, sustainable and ethically sourced yarns.

is where the sheep live on an organic farm that is committed to not doing any harm to the surrounding nature.

is where the wool is made into yarn and dyed. All done accordingly to the organic regulations.
Yarn mill is Biella Yarn by Sudwolle - 100% Merino Wool - extra fine ( ITALY )

Le Pirol then knit, sew and design the sustainable knit pieces in DENMARK.

Fair salary
The farmers do not have to buy seeds and chemicals from large and expensive agricultural companies. They receive a reasonable price for their cotton. In this way, they are kept out of debt and they can make future plans and invest in new initiatives.

No child labour
Under no circumstances will child labour be used in any of the processes needed to produce organic cotton.
Farmers have the means to send their children to school. They are not forced to help in the fields.

Farmers' debt
75% of conventional cotton farmers are in great financial debt. Due to price pressure on the market, they have to buy expensive, genetically modified seeds from large agrochemical companies. Every 30 minutes, one of them commits suicide - they don't see a way out of the debt. (source Independent article -

Organic cotton - bought from farmers at a reasonable price - provides a solution to all the problems that conventional cotton creates.

Low water consumption
Organic cotton plants need less water than genetically modified plants. The soil is preserved and therefore retains more water. All in all, this means that organic cotton needs approx. 68% less groundwater than conventional cotton. (source Textile Exchange)

No toxic chemicals
No toxic pesticides are used in organic cotton farming. Ever!