Olandino Statement


Olandino is committed to sustainability and supports a wide range of social and environmental programs. These programmes, which cover our operations, and our supply chain and extend to the communities around us, are designed to drive positive change and build a more sustainable future through continuous innovation and collaboration. Combating slavery and human trafficking are core to this agenda.
As part of our current responsibility strategy, we set ambitious goals to address our most material social and environmental impacts. This agenda supports the aims of the Paris Climate Agreement and progress towards the attainment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Expanding on our existing strategy, we have focused on ensuring all raw materials are fully traceable, as well as sourcing 100% organic cotton.


We design, source, make, and sell luxury products under the Olandino brand and our business model is focused on creating long-term sustainable value for our users.

We design luxury goods that are beautifully made and built to stand the test of time. Our design, strategy, marketing, and responsibility work together from the earliest stages of product development. Working collaboratively ensures our products remain relevant to our customers and true to Olandino’s purpose. It also ensures sustainability remains front of mind.

We source the finest materials to craft our luxury products. We work closely with our network of global suppliers to ensure our high standards are met, both in terms of quality and sustainability. We innovate to bring our brand vision to life to inspire and excite our customers while reducing our impact on the environment.

Our highly skilled craftspeople make our products via a network of global suppliers which are located in Europe. We invest in quality, driving improvements throughout the supply chain, while focusing on reducing, reusing, and recycling the waste we create. We continually look for innovative solutions to help us move towards a circular business model.

We sell our products online. Our creative, marketing, and communications teams aim to inspire and excite our customers with distinctive and meaningful content and outstanding luxury experiences.


Our supply chain network supports the production of our apparel and accessories products and our general day-to-day business operations.


We believe that the sustainability of suppliers within our raw material supply chain is important in ensuring our products are responsibly sourced.
The key raw material we use is cotton.
During the year we introduced new targets in our raw material supply chains to strengthen our commitment to responsible sourcing.
We have a series of ambitious targets to help achieve this aim:
Ensure all key materials are 100% traceable, supported by our use of certified materials where the country of origin is verified and disclosed, we will achieve traceability to a minimum of country level for key raw materials.
Source 100% certified organic cotton, which holds environmental and social benefits is traced through our supply chain via a chain of custody.
As part of our commitment to upholding human rights within our supply chain, we make clear to all our suppliers that any form of modern slavery, including forced, bonded, or involuntary prison labor, is not permitted whatsoever.


We believe respecting human rights is integral to being a responsible company. The prevention of forced, bonded, and trafficked labor is a key element of Olandino’s Policy and Ethical Trading Code of Conduct:
To promote human rights across our direct and indirect business operations, we require our network of business associates and extended supply chain to comply with our Principles.
The Principles apply to all our business associates, which include, but are not limited to: finished goods suppliers, raw material suppliers, non-stock suppliers, construction contractors, licensees, and franchisees.


This outlines requirements that all our business associates must uphold in relation to their own employees and throughout their own supply chain. These include, amongst other standards, the following requirements: that employment is freely chosen, child labor is not used, freedom of association is respected and no harsh or inhumane treatment occurs.


This is specifically intended to protect workers who may be vulnerable to exploitation in the course of international migration. The policy contains requirements including, but not limited to, the prohibition of withholding passports and similar documents and the levying of recruitment fees.


We prohibit all forms of child labor in our own operations and throughout our supply chain. We will never use child labor and outline provisions for young workers.


This outlines Olandino’s commitment to responsible and sustainable business principles throughout the supply chain. The policy outlines specific prohibited sourcing regions, where the risk of modern slavery and other labor rights issues is recognized. Suppliers are required to take responsibility for the prevention of forced, bonded, and trafficked labor in their supply chain and certify that neither they nor any of their affiliates, contractors or sub-contractors engage or have engaged in any form of modern slavery.


At Olandino, we believe diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to fulfilling our purpose and are core to our values. Attracting and retaining diverse talent and fostering an inclusive culture enable us to be more creative in everything we do and open spaces for our colleagues, customers, and communities.
We are valuing and embracing differences and creating an environment where everyone feels they belong, have a voice, and can reach their full potential. When we do, our colleagues are more engaged, committed, and effective in driving results, we are more successful as an organization, and we make a more meaningful contribution to the world around us.
We will continue to strengthen our commitment by continuously reviewing our programs and taking action where needed.