An Oeko-Tex label will be affixed to the men’s dress shirts of brands like Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, Izod, and Arrow. These brands are a part of PVH, one of the largest apparel companies in the world. The Oeko-Tex label will appear in more than 25 million garments to be sold in stores and online by major retailers in North America, such as Macy’s, Kohl’s, JCP, Belk, and Amazon. The label communicates corporate commitment to product safety, chemical management, and quality.
Since consumers prefer dress shirts that are tested for harmful chemicals and considerately made, PVH, an industry leader in corporate responsibility, is committed to the responsible production of high quality products. The Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certification will help it address both of these goals within its dress shirt business and the sewn-in labels communicate this significant commitment to consumers.
Oeko-Tex provides standardized solutions which optimize customers’ manufacturing processes and help deliver high quality, more sustainable products. Some 10,000 manufacturers, brands and retailers in almost 100 countries are working with Oeko-Tex to ensure their products are tested for potentially harmful substances. Millions of consumers around the world look for Oeko-Tex labels before making buying decisions.