Gallery: Triumph Lingerie Gets Oeko-Tex’s Eco-Friendly Seal of Approval

Photo by Jasmin Malik Chua for Ecouterre

One of the world's largest producers of lingerie, underwear, and loungewear is finally giving Ma Earth the support she deserves. Triumph International announced Thursday that its entire catalog of underpinnings is certified free of more than 300 harmful substances—including pesticides, extractable heavy metals, formaldehyde, carcinogenic dyestuffs, and residual surfactants—under Oeko-Tex's uncompromising textile-production standards. The Switzerland-based company, which owns the Triumph, Sloggi, Valisère, and Hom brands, along with BeeDees in Germany, applied the certifying body's social and ecological tenets across its entire supply chain, from product development to packaging.

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