We are committed to creating high-quality products in a way that minimizes our impact and promotes responsible practices. Our core principle is to utilize existing materials whenever possible.

The majority of our products are crafted from high-quality deadstock fabrics sourced from various locations in Europe, particularly Italy. Deadstock fabrics are surplus materials from previous production runs, allowing us to give new life to existing resources and minimize waste. We don't categorize anything made specifically for stock purposes as deadstock but only fabric that is leftover from overproduction, cancelled orders or similar. 

In our fortunate finds, we sometimes come across deadstock fabrics that were originally made from organic and recycled fibers or produced more responsibly. We prioritize such materials whenever available.

While deadstock fabrics are our first choice, we use organic cotton in specific cases where it is necessary for finishing touches, like ribbing on t-shirts or pocket linings in pants. We make sure to minimize the use of new organic materials and focus on repurposing whenever possible.

Shipping and Packaging:

Production deliveries from factories to our base in Copenhagen, Denmark are packaged in recycled cardboard boxes and recycled plastic bags. When fulfilling orders, whether for physical stores or online customers, we use recycled/FSC-certified cardboard boxes and recycled plastic bags.

Labels / Hangtags:

All hang tags are made from recycled paper, and neck tags are made from recycled polyester.


All vous décidez products are manufactured in collaboration with specialized factories that excel in their respective product categories to ensure our products are handled with expertise and care. 

For shirting and jersey production, we work with experts in Portugal, while our pants and jackets are crafted by a specialized factory in Latvia.

We believe in responsible partnerships, which is why we collaborate with factories that treat their employees well and provide proper working conditions. We frequently visit these factories to uphold and ensure high production standards.

We continuously seek better ways to integrate these practices into our operations. As a result, this section will be in constant development.