LASALINA

Overall rating

3/6

Country: Germany

Category: Ready to Wear

Established in: 2009

The team of Lasalina is composed more than 80% of the team from women, of which about 20% are in top management positions. 

The brand offers for its employees general services for free and allows remote working depending on their needs. 

The company receives energy from a green energy provider and recycles more than 60% of its general waste.


The Sustainable Development Goals that Lasalina pursues:

  • Goal 1 - no poverty
  • Goal 3 - good health and well-being
  • Goal 7 - affordable and clean energy
  • Goal 9 - industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • Goal 11 - sustainable cities and communities
  • Goal 12 - responsible consumption and production
  • Goal 13 - climate actions
  • Goal 16 - peace, justice and strong institutions

The majority of Lasalina's value chain is located in Germany. 70% of the raw materials, on the other hand, are sourced in Portugal and Netherlands. The other 30% are sourced in Germany. 

The brand uses almost exclusively natural yarns for its products. Lasalina also sources discarded fabrics, for example from the Turkish market in Berlin or from overproduction or misproduction by other companies. The dead stock is also used for the creation of prototypes. Through these upcycling processes, the brand avoids wasting materials and creates unique designs.

The production is based in Berlin, Germany as well as the packaging and logistics activity. Regarding packaging, Lasalina uses recycled and compostable materials and reuses the packaging so that it is not just used once. 

The brand has visited its manufacturers and packaging suppliers to review the working conditions of workers at its suppliers.

Raw materials:

50% of the collection is Made in Portugal.

30% of the collection is Made in Germany.

20% of the collection is Made in the Netherlands.

Raw material certifications:

  • Oeko-Tex Standard 100,
  • GRS
  • GOTS
  • Ecovero
  • Tencel
  • Repreve


Lasalina once collected donations during a music event and donated them to Cadus e.V. (https://www.cadus.org/en/).

In addition, in 2018 the brand organised an awareness campaign for Syrien refugees. 

Overall rating

3/6

Value Chain Ready to Wear

4/6

Company sustainability

4/6

Community

1/6

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